Oxford Handbook of Neuroscience Nursing (2nd edition)

ISBN : 9780198831570

Sue Woodward; Catheryne Waterhouse
528 Pages
100 x 180 mm
Pub date
Jan 2021
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1 Policy influences on neuroscience practice
2 Underpinning neuroanatomy and physiology
3 Neurological assessment
4 Neurological investigations
5 Common drugs and treatments
6 Neurological emergencies
7 Common problems and symptoms
8 Long-term neurological conditions
9 Neurosurgery nursing
10 Neuroscience critical care
11 Neurorehabilitation
12 Legal and ethical issues
13 Complementary therapies
14 Paediatric neuroscience care

About the author: 

Catheryne Waterhouse has worked in the neuroscience specialty for over 40 years as a ward manager and clinical nurse educator. She enjoys neuroscience nursing because it is both demanding and rewarding, enabling nurses to provide care for patients with a multitude of physical, behavioural, cognitive and emotional needs. She loves the fact that every single day presents new challenges and new learning opportunities. As an educator she works clinically to support nurses on the unit and teach the post-registered course in neuroscience nursing. She has been given the opportunity to represent and work as advocate to promote the interests of neuroscience nurses across the U.K. More recently she has become involved with third sector charities and increased her understanding of the long-term consequences of surviving a brain injury.

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