A Theory of Cancer Care in Healthcare Settings
Grading Student Midwives’ Practice A Case Study Exploring Relationships, Identity and Authority
Nursing and Humanities
Edited By Carol Cox, Maya Zumstein-Shaha
March 31, 2021
This book provides healthcare professionals with a practice theory for the care and management of patients who have been diagnosed with cancer. It explores what patients experience and how healthcare professionals can assist them in dealing with their uncertainty and fear as well as planning for ...
By Sam Chenery-Morris
December 31, 2020
This book investigates the education and assessment of student midwives in clinical practice, paying particular attention to how their practice is graded. Chenery-Morris brings primary research, which explores students, mentors, and midwifery lecturers perspectives of practice learning and its ...
By Graham McCaffrey
February 03, 2020
The humanities have long been recognized as having a place in nursing knowledge, and have been used in education, theory, and research by nurses. However, the place of humanities in nursing has always remained ambiguous. This book offers an in-depth exploration of the relationship between ...
By Margaret McAllister, Donna Lee Brien
February 04, 2020
This book examines some of the more disturbing representations of nurses in popular culture, to understand nursing’s complex identities, challenges and future directions. It critically analyses disquieting representations of nurses who don’t care, who kill, who inspire fear or who do not comply ...
Edited By Hannah Dahlen, Bashi Kumar-Hazard, Virginia Schmied
January 28, 2020
This book investigates why women choose ‘birth outside the system’ and makes connections between women’s right to choose where they birth and violations of human rights within maternity care systems. Choosing to birth at home can force women out of mainstream maternity care, despite research ...
By Susan Crowther
September 10, 2019
To be at the birth of a baby is special, yet there is an increasing secularisation and reliance on technology in contemporary maternity care, particularly in the western context. Through exploration of experiences at birth this book explores joy at birth, which is often ignored and overlooked ...
By Noelia Molina
February 28, 2019
Motherhood, Spirituality and Culture explores spiritual skills that may assist women in changes, challenges and transformations undergone through the transition to motherhood. This study comprises rich, qualitative data gathered from interviews with 11 mothers. Results are analysed by constructing ...
By Duncan C. Randall
June 29, 2017
Pragmatic Children’s Nursing is the first attempt to create a paediatric nursing theory which argues for the importance of giving children living with illness access to a childhood which is, as far as possible, equal to that of their peers. Set in the historical context of the development of ...