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Hannawa, Annegret / Wendt, Anne / Day, Lisa

New Horizons in Patient Safety: Safe Communication

Evidence-based core Competencies with Case Studies from Nursing Practice

    69,95 € / $80.00 / £63.50*

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    Publication Date:
    December 2017
    Copyright year:
    2018
    ISBN
    978-3-11-045485-7
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    Overview

    • case studies exemplary of prevalent "hot buttons" in patient safety

    • integration of evidence-based interdisciplinary perspectives

    • memorable "communication pearls" for quality- and safety-centered

    Aims and Scope

    This case studies book is an indispensable resource for educators, students, and practitioners of nursing. It is innovative in its application of lessons from the communication sciences to common challenges in the delivery of safe patient care. The authors apply basic tenets of human communication to the context of nursing to provide a foundation for practices that can advance the safety and quality of care.

    The cases, which describe "close calls" and adverse events, are organized along the continuum of healthcare delivery, providing quick access to solutions in commonly encountered care situations. Each case is accompanied by a discussion of how skillful communication can be key to preventing and recovering from errors and adverse events. Thought-provoking discussion questions and references for further reading make this book a valuable reference for nursing educators, students, and practitioners across the world.

    Details

    24.0 x 17.0 cm
    xxi, 250 pages
    3 Fig. 5 Tables
    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Specialist Text
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    Annegret F. Hannawa, Lugano, Switzerland; Anne L. Wendt, River Forest, USA; Lisa J. Day, Washington, USA.

    Reviews

    "This book provides essential insights and experiential learning for practitioners,

    undergraduate and graduate students of nursing. If adopted broadly in schools of

    nursing, it can make a huge impact on improving patient safety."

    Patricia Benner, R.N., Ph.D., FAAN, Professor, Emerita, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences,

    University of California, San Francisco clinical practice

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