By Jean Chow

Authors Jean Chow, Christine Ateah, Shannon Scott, Susan Ricci, and Terri Kyle have teamed as much as carry a distinct source for college students to appreciate the wellbeing and fitness wishes of girls and youngsters. This new mix publication, Canadian Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, will empower scholars to lead girls and their little ones towards larger degrees of well being through the lifestyles cycle. the most goal is to help the scholars in development a robust wisdom base that displays the Canadian context in addition to to help with the advance of serious considering abilities. additionally, the focal point of the textbook will enable the reader to count on, establish, and handle universal difficulties and supply well timed, evidence-based interventions. Maternity nursing content material assurance is entire, but awarded in a concise and easy demeanour. The pediatric nursing content material offers the real adjustments while taking care of little ones in comparison with taking good care of adults. A nursing method technique presents correct info in a concise and non-redundant demeanour. The content material coated within the textual content fingers the coed or working towards nurse with crucial info to deal with ladies and their households, to help them to make definitely the right offerings properly, intelligently, and with confidence.
Key positive aspects comprise:
  • ·        keyword phrases & studying Objectives
  • ·        WOW—Words of Wisdom
  • ·        Case Studies
  • ·        Watch and examine Icon
  • ·        Evidence-Based perform Boxes
  • ·        instructing Guidelines
  • ·        Drug Guides
  • ·        universal Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests
  • ·        universal clinical Treatments
  • ·        Nursing Care Plans
  • ·        comparability Charts
  • ·        Nursing Procedures

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The content covered in the text arms the student or practicing nurse with essential information to care for women and their families, to assist them to make the right choices safely, intelligently, and with confidence. Organization Each chapter of Canadian Maternity and Pediatric Nursing focuses on a different aspect of maternity and/or pediatric nursing care. The book is divided into eleven units, beginning with general concepts related to maternity and pediatric nursing care, progressing from women’s health, pregnancy and birth, through child health promotion and nursing management of alterations in children’s health.

Ateah has conducted research on issues related to healthy child development including new parents’ information needs, educational needs of parents of young children, experiences of and attitudes toward physical punishment across cultures, parent and infant bed-sharing practices, and pre-natal parent education intervention. She is a strong advocate for children’s rights and is dedicated to helping parents promote the healthy development of their children. Dr. Ateah has presented and published her research at the local, national, and international levels.

In 2010, Dr. Scott received prestigious Population Health Investigator Award from the Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research and a New Investigator Award from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (2011). These awards allow her to dedicate her time to further develop her research program. Dr. Scott has a strong cohort of graduate students who lead many projects on research-based pediatric healthcare. Dr. Scott has published more than 50 papers and has presented her research at local, national, and international venues.

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