Nursing for wellness in older adults /

Nursing for wellness in older adults /
Miller, Carol A., author.
MCPHS Worcester
Part 1. Older adults and wellness. Seeing older adults through the eyes of wellness ; Addressing diversity of older adults ; Applying a nursing model for promoting wellness in older adults ; Theoretical perspectives on aging well -- Part 2. Nursing considerations for older adults. Gerontological nursing and health promotion ; Health care for older adults in various settings ; Assessment of health and functioning ; Medications and other bioactive substances ; Legal and ethical concerns ; Elder abuse and neglect -- Part 3. Promoting wellness in psychosocial function. Cognitive wellness ; Psychosocial wellness ; Psychosocial assessment ; Impaired cognitive function : delirium and dementia ; Impaired affective function : depression -- Part 4. Promoting wellness in physical function. Hearing ; Vision ; Digestion and nutrition ; Urinary function ; Cardiovascular function ; Respiratory function ; Safe mobility ; Integumentary function ; Sleep and rest ; Thermoregulation ; Sexual function -- Part 5. Promoting wellness during illness and transitions in care. Caring for older adults during illness ; Caring for older adults experiencing pain ; Caring for older adults at the end of life.

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MCPHS Circulation - Worcester Campus
RC954 .M55 2019Available