The focus on the legal aspects of medicine, ethical issues, and community-based work distinguishes this education manual for nurses from previous volumes in the series. Discussion questions and self-assessments are included in each chapter whose subjects include care for women with special needs, disabled clients, the elderly, and patients with HIV/AIDS or a malignant disease.
The contributors have been drawn from across South Africa and are highly respected educators and practitioners. Their years of working and teaching in this field are reflected in this introduction to South Africa's health care priorities.
Assessing and managing the needs of the elderly/aged patient; assessing and managing the needs of the infant/child patient; assessing and managing the specific needs of women; assessing and managing the needs of the HIV-positive client and the patient living with HIV or AIDS; assessing and managing the rehabilitation needs of the disabled patient; meeting the needs of the patient suffering from malignant disease; principles of palliative care for nurses; assessing and managing the needs of the patient living with a chronic disease; nursing in disaster situations.
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