Neonatal Nursing in Australia and New Zealand

Neonatal Nursing in Australia and New Zealand

Neonatal Nursing in Australia and New Zealand: Principles for Practice uniquely reflects the local practice, context and standards of neonatal nursing in Australia and New Zealand. Edited by Victoria Kain and Trudi Mannix, the content spans all neonatal care settings, addressing the considerations of all levels, including special care and intensive care units, while highlighting the collaborative nature of neonatal care and interdisciplinary teamwork within this environment. The text comprehensively addresses ANZ-specific perspectives, including the neonatal context for First Peoples; the neonatal nurse practitioner and advanced practice roles; workplace culture; newborn screening, resuscitation, retrievals and transport; stabilisation of the high-risk newborn; the range of disorders by body system; legal and ethical issues; and end-of-life care in the neonatal unit. Supported by international and ANZ neonatal network data Aligned to the Australian College of Neonatal Nurses and New Zealand Nurses Organisation Standards Key learning objectives emphasised Nursing and midwifery-focused Case studies provide the vital link between theory and practice Clinical Practice and Reflections features further reader insight and knowledge Evidence-based practice research underpins all chapters Family-centred care is reinforced throughout Evolve resources included to enhance teaching and learning: eBook on VitalSource Student and Lecturer resources, for each chapter: Test banks of MCQ and short answer questions Additional online case studies Journal articles related to practice and critical thinking questions Answer guide to in-text and online case study, test bank and article questions


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Publisher Elsevier Health Sciences
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ISBN 0729586219
Pages 448 pages
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