2 edition of Psychology for the profession of nursing found in the catalog.
Psychology for the profession of nursing
Jeanne G. Gilbert
|Statement||by Jeanne G. Gilbert and Robert D. Weitz; with a foreword by George O"Hanlon.|
|Contributions||Weitz, Robert Daniel, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||BF131 .G39|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 275 p.|
|Number of Pages||275|
|LC Control Number||49009478|
To help one better comprehend how psychology is used in nursing, one must first discuss a few of the different types of nurses, as well as the tasks they may have to complete on any given day. Three of the most psychologically involved nursing fields are addiction nurses, critical care nurses, and rehabilitation nurses (Collingwood J. This book explores sociology and psychology relevant to nursing and explains why it is so important to understand these disciplines in order to be a good nurse. It is written specifically for nursing students, and clearly explains the key concepts using nursing case studies and examples.
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Psychology is the key to this understanding. In this text, the authors deal with the subject in a clear, succinct, practical, and scientific manner. From their wide experience in the clinical aspects of psychology and in the instruction of student and graduate nurses, they have recognized the needs of the nursing profession regarding the understanding of human : Psychology for the Profession of Nursing, by Jeanne G.
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