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Coping With Caring

Author : Meredith Mealer
ISBN : 9780429828713
Genre : Medical
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Nurses typically go in to the profession of nursing because they want to "care" for patients, not knowing that the inherent stresses of the work environment put them at risk for developing psychological disorders such as burnout syndrome, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety and depression. Symptoms of these disorders are often debilitating and affect the nurse’s functioning on both a personal and professional level. While environmental and/or organizational strategies are important to help combat stress, oftentimes the triggers experienced by nurses are non-modifiable including patient deaths, prolonging life in futile conditions, delivering post-mortem care and the feeling of contributing to a patient’s pain and suffering. It is paramount that nurses enhance their ability to adapt to their work environment. Resilience is a multidimensional psychological characteristic that enables one to thrive in the face of adversity and bounce back from hardships and trauma. Importantly, resilience can be learned. Factors that promote resilience include attention to physical well-being and development of adaptive coping skills. This book provides the nurse, and the administrators who manage them, with an overview of the psychological disorders that are prevalent in their profession, first-person narratives from nurses who share traumatic and/or stressful situations that have impacted their career and provide detailed descriptions of promising coping strategies that can be used to mitigate symptoms of distress.
Category: Medical

Coping With Caring

Author : Lyn Roche
ISBN : 0943873290
Genre : Alzheimer's disease
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COPING WITH CARING is written for the caregiver who cares for a loved one with Alzheimer's or a related disorder. Each page provides an inspiring daily reflection, followed by a related caregiving tip. Designed for daily use, this unique volume will serve to give you emotional support and insights to help strengthen you during the caregiving journey.
Category: Alzheimer's disease

Coping With Caring

Author : Brian Lodge
ISBN : 0900557451
Genre : Dementia
File Size : 60.20 MB
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Category: Dementia

The Primacy Of Caring

Author : Patricia Benner
ISBN : UOM:39015013227247
Genre : Medical
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First-person accounts from practicing nurses provide students with expert role models in this authoritative yet personal text that focuses on patients' responses to stress. The breadth and value of the nursing experience is reinforced as nurses share how their caring made a critical difference for patients and their families. This text, winner of two American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Awards in 1988, is an ideal supplement for courses in advanced medical/surgical nursing, community health nursing, and particularly for nursing trends and issues courses.
Category: Medical

One In A Million

Author : Brenda Baalham
ISBN : 0718828232
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Brenda Baalham's inspiring account of her husband's role in caring for her as she became wheel-chair-bound, including spiritual guidance and practical advice.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Coping With Caring

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ISBN : LCCN:91202598
Genre : Caregivers
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Category: Caregivers

Coping And Caring

Author : Susan Hillier Parks
ISBN : UCAL:X34337
Genre :
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Coping With Caring

Author : Lyn Roche
ISBN : 0975469819
Genre : Alzheimer's disease
File Size : 69.4 MB
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Coping With Caring is written for the for family caregivers caring for memory-impaired loved ones at home. It contains 365 uplifting messages to sustain caregivers plus 365 practical tips to simplify life for stressed caregivers. A 10-page index provides immediate help with everyday challenges. Written by a fellow caregiver who understands both the demands and the joys of caregiving, Coping With Caring validates caregivers and upholds the dignity of care recipients.
Category: Alzheimer's disease

Dealing With Dementia And Alzheimer S Your Guide To Coping With And Caring For A Loved One

Author : Xavior Trafford
ISBN : 1950766888
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 26.43 MB
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Has your loved one received a diagnosis of dementia? Are you unsure of what to do now? Today only, get this Amazon book for just $19.99 for a limited time. Regularly priced at $45.99. The Ultimate Dementia Caregivers Guide: As everyone knows, this is a life-changing moment and your actions from this point on will determine a lot of things for your loved one. So, what do you do? Alzheimer's disease strikes approximately 5.8 million people in America and most of them are over the age of 65. Seniors are one of the most vulnerable groups of our society and all forms of dementia can turn their fragile lives upside down. As a caregiver, it is essential for you to study and put into action methods that can increase their quality of life. In this book, you will learn all about dementia and coping with Alzheimer's in a loved one. From diagnosis to end of life issues, you will be guided every step of the way through the most important decisions you will need to make. Here are some of the things addressed: ● Dementia diet ● Dementia activities for seniors ● Dementia vs alzheimers ● Whats is dementia ● Dementia food diet ● Dementia diet ● Dementia caregivers guide ● Alzheimers solution ● Defeating dementia ● Alzheimers solution ● Alzheimers caregivers guide ● Dementia food diet ● Defeating Dementia ● What is dementia ● Dementia vs alzheimers ● Dementia activities for seniors Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... ● Legalities and documents you need to prepare ASAP after the diagnosis ● Where and how to find the best attorneys and support services ● Types of care services and which ones are best suited for you ● What to watch out for and evaluate when it comes to your options ● How to look after the most important person after your loved one - yourself Don't let the tough times bring you down. Let this book be a part of your support network and constant companion through these tough times. Your loved one needs you now more than ever, so give them the best quality of life and healthcare you can! Scroll Up To Order Your Copy Today! Take action right away to learn Golf now by downloading this book "Dealing With Dementia and Alzheimers: Your Guide to Coping With and Caring for a Loved One", for a limited time discount of only $19.99! Hurry Up!! Tags: Alzheimers disese Alzheimers caregiver books Alzheimers prevention Alzheimers through the stages Alzheimers diet Alzheimers antidote Alzheimers as a new beginning Alzheimers for adult
Category: Health & Fitness

Caring For The Coronary Patient

Author : David R. Thompson
ISBN : UOM:39015025298749
Genre : Medical
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"Caring for the Coronary Patient, Second Edition, gives an extensive, broad-based knowledge of coronary care integrated within a nursing framework. Written in a clear, readable style, it examines all aspects of coronary care - from the background to cardiac structure, diagnostic procedures, assessment, dealing with complications and the rehabilitation of the patient - to provide a clinical nursing guide aimed at all nurses working in coronary care."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Medical

Caring For Nigel

Author : Eileen Murray
ISBN : 1838361723
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This true and touching account offers a unique insight into the day-to-day experience of caring for someone with dementia or a related illness.
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Stress And Coping

Author : Siu-Wai Scarlet Fong
ISBN : 1374675687
Genre :
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This dissertation, "Stress and Coping: the Experiences of Parents in Caring Children With Dyslexia" by Siu-wai, Scarlet, Fong, 方少慧, was obtained from The University of Hong Kong (Pokfulam, Hong Kong) and is being sold pursuant to Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0 Hong Kong License. The content of this dissertation has not been altered in any way. We have altered the formatting in order to facilitate the ease of printing and reading of the dissertation. All rights not granted by the above license are retained by the author. Abstract: Abstract Whilst children with dyslexia may experience educational and psychological turmoils, their parents are confronted with tremendous stress. Conceptualized as a construct involving child, parent and environmental characteristics, stress results when parents appraise that the demands exceed their parenting capacity. By means of both quantitative and qualitative research methods, this study aims at exploring the relationship between parenting stress generated from caring dyslexic children and parenting styles, coping styles, and perceived social support. 64 parents and their dyslexic children who were Secondary school students participated in this study, and four parents also participated in semi-structured interviews. The findings revealed that parenting stress were unrelated to parenting styles. The coping strategy of self-blame exacerbated the effect of stress on parents. However, perceived social support was a significant predictor of parents' stress and psychological well being. Qualitative data suggested that the stresses of caring dyslexic children were multi-faceted. In spite of the parenting stress, parents also cherished the rewards of caregiving. DOI: 10.5353/th_b3710109 Subjects: Dyslexic children - Family relationships
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Coping With Dementia

Author : Kate Fearnley
ISBN : OCLC:1099344908
Genre : Caregivers
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Category: Caregivers