Learning Disability Nursing Practice
By: Mark Jukes (editor)Paperback
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This 400-page tome provides a definitive account of the origins, development and current contemporary perspectives on the practices of learning disability nursing. It aims to illustrate the key primary and specialist domains of practice which learning disability practitioners are engaged in, and to promote and reinforce the ethos of rights, independence, choices and inclusion. The text identifies evidence-based practices through examination of research and the practice development agenda for learning disability nurses and healthcare professionals. The text includes the following chapters: Historical and contemporary review learning disability; Researching learning disability practice; Health facilitation and health access; Profound and multiple learning disabilities; Challenging behaviour; Mental health and learning disabilities; Forensics Autistic spectrum conditions; Children's services; Interprofessional education; and Practice development.
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