A Nurse's Survival Guide to Primary CareBy
- Rosemary Cook
Paperback, 384 Pages
Published: April 1999
Imprint: Churchill Livingstone
- SECTION 1: BACKGROUND TO PRIMARY CARE. What is Primary Care? Whos Who in Primary Care? Teamworking in Primary Care. General Practice. SECTION 2: NURSING IN PRIMARY CARE. Patients and Clients. Settings for Care. Patientsin Primary Care. Professional Issues. Practical Matters. Infection Control. Dealing with Drugs in Primary Care. SECTION 3: PREVENTIVE ACTIVITY. Health Promotion Work. Cervical Screening. Immunization. Contraception. Chronic Disease Management. Health Screening and Assessment. Child Protection. Protection of Other Vulnerable Groups. SECTION 4:TREATMENT AND CARE. Wound Care. Ear Care. Infestations. Minor Surgery. Infectious Diseases. Palliative and Terminal Care. Complementary Therapies. Continence. SECTION 5: EMERGENCIES. Anaphylaxis. Myocardial Infarction. Acute Asthma Attacks. Hypoglycaemia.SECTION 6: OTHER ACTIVITIES. Patient/Client Advocacy. Consulting the Public. Profiling and Needs Assessment.