Clinical Decision Making | 2nd Edition
A Case Study Approach
AUTHOR: Robinson, Denise L.
PUBLISHER: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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This essential text presents and explains every aspect of clinical decision making, providing a sound base of knowledge for confidence and accuracy. Its format incorporates principles of problem-based learning methods that are used in many nursing programs. The revised Second Edition contains 20 new case studies of the most common diseases and disorders encountered in family practice; each includes a review of all the information necessary for developing a plan of care and emphasizes differential diagnosis and clinical reasoning for the nurse practitioner. The text's problem-oriented format promotes and strengthens critical thinking skills. Additional features include: tutorials; holistic health considerations; case accuracy; laboratory tests that require learners to interpret tests and their impact on a patient's condition; interdisciplinary collaboration; decision trees that are applicable to each case; research-based outcomes; complementary therapies; and much more.
A Brandon-Hill Recommended Title.
PUBLICATION DATE: 11/28/2001
CATEGORY: Education, Medical