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The Resource Managing long-term conditions and chronic illness in primary care : a guide to good practice, Judith Carrier

Managing long-term conditions and chronic illness in primary care : a guide to good practice, Judith Carrier

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Managing long-term conditions and chronic illness in primary care : a guide to good practice
Title
Managing long-term conditions and chronic illness in primary care
Title remainder
a guide to good practice
Statement of responsibility
Judith Carrier
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Author
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
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1960-
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Carrier, Judith
Dewey number
610.73
Index
index present
LC call number
RC108
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Chronic Disease
  • Nursing Care
  • Case Management
  • Long-Term Care
  • Primary Health Care
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Managing long-term conditions and chronic illness in primary care : a guide to good practice, Judith Carrier
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Contents
  • 3 Case management and disease-specific care managementIntroduction; Case management; Disease-specific care management; Role of the district nurse in the management of people with LTCs; Role of the practice nurse in the management of people with LTCs; Role of the multi-disciplinary team in the management of people with LTCs; Conclusion; Key points; Further areas to consider; 4 Importance of self-management; Introduction and definition; Is self-management effective? Evidence supporting self-management interventions; Examples of patient directed interventions
  • Strategies for successful self-managementWho's suitable for self-care?; Self-management programmes; Key points; Further areas to consider; Organisations that advise on self-management; 5 Health behaviour change and motivational interviewing; Understanding the process of behaviour change; Health behaviour change interventions; Style council; Motivational interviewing; Health behaviour change strategies; Developing health behaviour change skills; Key points; Further areas to consider; 6 How to identify a person with a long-term condition; Introduction; Conditions; Respiratory conditions
  • Musculoskeletal conditionsConclusion; Key points; Further areas to consider; 7 Effective management of people with a long-term condition; Introduction; Protocols; The 3 Rs -- registration/recall/review; Teamwork and referral criteria; Quality improvement and audit; Telehealth and telecare; Rehabilitation and palliative (end of life) care; Conclusion; Key points; Further areas to consider; 8 Evidence-based practice; Introduction; Definitions and brief history of evidence-based practice; Applying evidence to practice; Finding reliable secondary (evaluated) sources; Conclusion; Key points
  • Further areas to consider9 Case scenarios; Introduction; PART ONE; Respiratory conditions; Diabetes; Musculoskeletal conditions; Skin conditions; PART TWO; People with more complex needs; Rehabilitation: spinal cord injury; Conclusion; Key points; Further areas to consider; 10 Nutritional and medication management; Introduction; PART ONE; Nutritional management of patients with LTCs; Key resources; Key points; Key resources; Key points; Further areas to consider; PART TWO; Medicines management; Non-medical prescribing and its impact on LTC management; Conclusion; Key points
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ocn912277264
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Edition
Second edition.
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203077306
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)912277264
Label
Managing long-term conditions and chronic illness in primary care : a guide to good practice, Judith Carrier
Publication
Copyright
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • 3 Case management and disease-specific care managementIntroduction; Case management; Disease-specific care management; Role of the district nurse in the management of people with LTCs; Role of the practice nurse in the management of people with LTCs; Role of the multi-disciplinary team in the management of people with LTCs; Conclusion; Key points; Further areas to consider; 4 Importance of self-management; Introduction and definition; Is self-management effective? Evidence supporting self-management interventions; Examples of patient directed interventions
  • Strategies for successful self-managementWho's suitable for self-care?; Self-management programmes; Key points; Further areas to consider; Organisations that advise on self-management; 5 Health behaviour change and motivational interviewing; Understanding the process of behaviour change; Health behaviour change interventions; Style council; Motivational interviewing; Health behaviour change strategies; Developing health behaviour change skills; Key points; Further areas to consider; 6 How to identify a person with a long-term condition; Introduction; Conditions; Respiratory conditions
  • Musculoskeletal conditionsConclusion; Key points; Further areas to consider; 7 Effective management of people with a long-term condition; Introduction; Protocols; The 3 Rs -- registration/recall/review; Teamwork and referral criteria; Quality improvement and audit; Telehealth and telecare; Rehabilitation and palliative (end of life) care; Conclusion; Key points; Further areas to consider; 8 Evidence-based practice; Introduction; Definitions and brief history of evidence-based practice; Applying evidence to practice; Finding reliable secondary (evaluated) sources; Conclusion; Key points
  • Further areas to consider9 Case scenarios; Introduction; PART ONE; Respiratory conditions; Diabetes; Musculoskeletal conditions; Skin conditions; PART TWO; People with more complex needs; Rehabilitation: spinal cord injury; Conclusion; Key points; Further areas to consider; 10 Nutritional and medication management; Introduction; PART ONE; Nutritional management of patients with LTCs; Key resources; Key points; Key resources; Key points; Further areas to consider; PART TWO; Medicines management; Non-medical prescribing and its impact on LTC management; Conclusion; Key points
Control code
ocn912277264
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Second edition.
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780203077306
Level of compression
unknown
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)912277264

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