Book Name: Pharmacology and the Nursing Process 9th Edition
Author: Linda Lane Lilley RN PhD (Author), Shelly Rainforth Collins PharmD (Author), Julie S. Snyder MSN RN-BC
Publisher: Mosby; 9th edition
ISBN-10, 13: 0323529496,978-0323529495
File size: 25 MB
File format: PDF,EPUB
Pharmacology and the Nursing Process 9th Edition Pdf Book Description:
Now in its ninth edition, Pharmacology and the Nursing Process provides the most current and clinically relevant nursing pharmacology content in a visually appealing, understandable, and practical format. The accessible size, clear writing style, and full color design of Pharmacology and the Nursing Process are ideal for today’s busy nursing student. The book not only presents drug information that nursing student needs to know but also provides information on what professional nurses may encounter during drug administration in a variety of health care settings, including accounts of real-life medication errors and tips for avoiding those errors. Edition after edition, the book has become increasingly inviting and engaging for the adult learner to read and study. For this edition, the author team has continued to focus closely on providing the most “need-to-know” information, enhancing readability, and emphasizing the nursing process and prioritization throughout.
Sharing the goal of creating a nursing pharmacology textbook that is not only academically rigorous but also practical and easy to use, the authors bring together a unique combination of experience. The author team is comprised of an Associate Professor Emeritus with a PhD in nursing and more than 25 years of teaching experience, a clinical pharmacist with a PharmD and over 30 years of experience in hospital and long-term care pharmacy practice, and a nurse educator who holds a MSN in nursing education and has 30 years of teaching experience.At the end of each Nursing Process section is a Patient-Centered Care: Patient Teaching section that summarizes key points for nursing students and/or practicing nurses to include in the education of patients about their medications. This section focuses on teaching how the drugs work, possible interactions, adverse effects, and other information related to the safe and effective use of the drug(s). The role of the nurse as patient educator and advocate continues to grow in importance in professional practice, so there is emphasis on this key content in each chapter in this edition. This arrangement of content can be especially helpful to faculty who teach pharmacology through an integrated approach because it helps the student identify key content and concepts.
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