The McGill Model of Nursing : a collaborative approach
How do you establish a trusting, collaborative relationship with a person and family? How do you accompany them as their health situation evolves?
The McGill Model of Nursing: A Collaborative Approach reviews every stage of the nursing process, focusing on the central role of the person and family — whose responsibility for their own health is fully acknowledged — and the nurse’s role in accompanying them throughout the process. The book combines theoretical explanations with learning activities that show how the McGill Model shapes the nurse’s role in concrete terms.
Tables and checklists summarize the material, while self-evaluation tools encourage both novice and experienced nurses to look at their practice from the point of view of the McGill Model.
Table des matières
Chapitre 1 Conceptual models and the nursing approach
chapitre 2 The McGill conceptual model
Chapitre 3 The nursing process inspired by the McGill Model
Chapitre 4 Assessment: Collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data
Chapitre 5 Implementation: Planning care and carrying out interventions
Chapitre 6 Implementation: Evaluating outcomes