Interdisciplinary approaches to empathy; for example, we discuss a new intervention, physical and cross-cultural understanding of empathy, development of empathy, and applications in general and professional education. The significance of this book is its evidence-based interdisciplinary perspective in understanding empathy.
Nursing by Nilgun Ulutasdemir (Ed.)DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.71632
This book covers topics from nursing history and philosophy, communication and ethics in nursing, nursing and culture. Thus, it can be used as a guide by student nurses and working nurses to recognize the nursing profession and to keep up with current developments. In this book, you will find all aspects of nursing profession.
Call Number: eBook
Publication Date: 2018
Pediatric Palliative Care by Stefan J. Friedrichsdorf (Ed.)https://doi.org/10.3390/books978-3-03897-351-5
Interdisciplinary PPC is about matching treatment to patient goals and is considered specialized medical care for children with a serious illness. It is focused on relieving pain, distressing symptoms, and stress from a serious illness and is appropriate at any age and at any stage, together with curative treatment. The primary PPC goal is to improve the quality of life both for the child and for his/her family. This book, authored by leading authorities in the field, is dedicated to describing existing gaps, as well as the achievements made in clinical care, education, training, and research.
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Publication Date: 2019
Wound Care by Zena Moore (Ed.)Wounds and the many associated problems have challenged health care providers for
centuries and today, despite the wealth of knowledge available, neither the incidence nor prevalence of wounds is reducing. The fundamental goal is to improve clinical
outcomes, reduce the burden of wounds and improve health related quality of life. A comprehensive reference source, outlining key areas of interest in this important aspect of clinical practice.