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Developing Nursing Practice with Children and Young People

Developing Nursing Practice with Children and Young People

Jane Hughes (Editor), Geraldine Lyte (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-119-10234-2

Sep 2015, Wiley-Blackwell

256 pages

Description

Developing Nursing Practice with Children and Young People explores the context of children’s nursing in light of recent policy changes, and looks at contemporary issues and emerging roles within the field. Divided into four parts, Part One focuses on the emergence of children’s nursing in healthcare, detailing events and developments that have shaped the role of children’s nurses. Part Two examines many aspects of practice for registered practitioners in nursing, ranging from acute care settings to children’s nurses’ developing roles in primary care, mental health and with children and young people with special health and social needs. Part Three then provides a detailed analysis of advanced practice in children’s nursing. The advanced skills portfolio is presented in depth, augmented by exemplars of a number of advanced practice roles which have already been established. Finally, Part Four builds on the previous three parts by offering several case studies from practice - including accounts from children, young people and families, as well as assistant practitioners and student nurses. The text concludes by focusing on the longer term scope for children’s nurses.
Part One: Becoming a children’s nurse- an exploration of developing scope and practice.

Chapter 1: The emergence of the 21st century Children’s and Young People’s Nurse.

Chapter Two: The changing educational landscape of children’s and young people’s nursing.

Chapter Three: An international comparison of children’s and young people’s nursing roles.

Part Two: The Registered Practitioner in Nursing- scope of Practice.

Chapter Four: the newly qualified practitioner in acute settings.

Chapter Five: The newly qualified practitioner in primary care.

Chapter Six: The Public Health Practitioner.

Chapter Seven: The Children and Young peoples Mental Health Practitioner.

Chapter Eight: The Practitioner working with Children and Young People with Disabilities.

Chapter Nine: Safeguarding and supporting children & young people and their families.

Part three – Advancing Nursing Roles in Children and young people’s Nursing.

Chapter Ten: The Advanced Practitioner in emergency and acute assessment units.

Chapter Eleven: Advancing Nursing Roles and interdisciplinary working: more examples from practice.

Chapter Twelve: Careers in Research and Education.

Chapter Thirteen: Looking to the Future

?This well-written book provides a comprehensive assessment of nursing roles in children's nursing and other issues impacting these roles in today's healthcare systems.? (Doody?s, 2009)

  • Includes case studies and commentaries from leading practitioners, educators and policy makers in the field

  • Written in the context of recent policy developments, including the National Service Frameworks for Children

  • Explores nursing practice within a multidisciplinary context

  • covers specialist and emerging career developments for the children’s nurse.