Long-term Conditions in Adults at a Glance

By (author) Mitchell,Barry Hill,Aby Mitchell,Scott Elbourne

ISBN13: 9781119875871

Imprint: Wiley-Blackwell

Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd


Published: 27/07/2023

Availability: Available

Long-term Conditions in Adults at a Glance The market-leading at a Glance series is popular among healthcare students and newly qualified practitioners, for its concise, simple approach and excellent illustrations. Each bite-sized chapter is covered in a double-page spread with clear, easy-to-follow diagrams, supported by succinct explanatory text. Covering a wide range of topics, books in the at a Glance series are ideal as introductory texts for teaching, learning and revision, and are useful throughout university and beyond. Everything you need to know about Long-term Conditions in Adults… at a Glance! The go-to textbook for the treatment and management of long-term conditions in adults In Long-term Conditions in Adults at a Glance, a team of distinguished health and social care professionals deliver concise and engaging contemporary knowledge about health and associated disorders. The textbook’s format, which includes visually appealing figures and tables, is particularly beneficial for those who prefer a visual approach to understanding complex concepts. Readers will also find: A thorough introduction to the sociological factors associated with long-term conditions, including environmental, housing, and lifestyle factors Comprehensive explorations of patient education and self-management, including behaviour change, health education, and patient responsibility Practical discussions of a variety of long-term conditions, including arthritis, cancer, liver disease, and epilepsy Evaluations of the treatments and management of long-term conditions, including the use of evidence-based practice and chronic pain management Perfect for student nurses, trainee nursing associates and busy healthcare practitioners, Long-term Conditions in Adults at a Glance will also be of value to registered health and care professionals working in acute and primary care. For more information on the complete range of Wiley nursing publishing, please visit: www.wiley.com/edu/nursing To receive automatic updates on Wiley books and journals, join our email list. Sign up today at www.wiley.com/email All content reviewed by students for students Wiley Health Science books are designed exactly for their intended audience. All of our books are developed in collaboration with students. This means that our books are always published with you, the student, in mind. If you would like to be one of our student reviewers, go to www.reviewnursingbooks.com to find out more.
Contributors viii Preface x Part 1 Long-term conditions: sociological factors 1 1 Determinants of health 2 Daniela Blumlein and Ian Griffiths 2 Health inequalities 4 Ian Peate 3 Environmental factors 6 Giuseppe Leontino 4 Housing 10 Ian Peate 5 Public health 12 Ian Peate 6 Lifestyle factors 14 Ian Peate 7 Socioeconomic status 16 Ian Peate 8 Holistic needs assessment 18 Ian Peate Part 2 Patient education and self-management 21 9 Behavioural change 22 Barry Hill 10 Health education: developing a partnership with patients with long-term conditions 24 Pamela Arasen 11 Patient responsibility 26 Ian Peate 12 Self-care and self-management 28 Barry Hill 13 Effectively supporting carers 30 Rachael Betty 14 Empowerment in long-term conditions 32 Sara Tavares 15 Experts by experience 34 Sue Tiplady Part 3 Long-term conditions 37 16 Alcohol dependency 38 Leticia Wedderburn and Helen Phillips 17 Anorexia nervosa 40 Tichaona Mubaira 18 Arthritis 42 Emily Ashwell 19 Asthma 44 Barry Hill 20 Angina 46 Barry Hill 21 Anxiety 48 Louise Lingwood 22 Atrial fibrillation 50 Barry Hill 23 Bipolar affective disorder 52 Vishal Jugessur and Angela Childs 24 Bulimia nervosa 54 Tichaona Mubaira and Lucy Saunders 25 Bronchiectasis 56 Barry Hill 26 Cancer 58 Ian Peate 27 Chronic fatigue syndrome 60 Roberta Borg 28 Chronic venous insufficiency 62 Aby Mitchell 29 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) 66 Barry Hill 30 Coronary artery Disease 68 Sadie Diamond-Fox 31 Chronic liver disease 70 Sadie Diamond-Fox 32 Depression 72 Sarah Bisp and Louise Lingwood 33 Diabetes mellitus type 1 74 Charlotte Gordon 34 Diabetes mellitus type 2 78 Charlotte Gordon 35 Dual diagnosis 82 Leticia Wedderburn and Daren Bailey 36 Diverticular disease 84 Laura Park and Claire Ford 37 Epilepsy 88 Ian Peate 38 Heart failure 90 Barry Hill 39 HIV 92 Ian Peate 40 Hypertension 94 Barry Hill 41 Inflammatory bowel disease 96 Claire Ford and Laura Park 42 Multiple sclerosis 98 Barry Hill 43 Parkinson’s disease 100 Kelley Storey and Annette Hand 44 Peripheral arterial disease 102 Aby Mitchell 45 Psoriasis 104 Ian Peate 46 Rheumatoid arthritis 106 Jane Douglas and Karl Nicholl 47 Sickle cell 108 Barry Hill 48 Schizophrenia 110 Reuben Pearce and Helen Robson 49 Vascular dementia 112 Ian Peate 50 Viral hepatitis 114 Ian Peate 51 Visual impairment 116 Caitlin Gallon and Claire Ford Part 4 Management of long-term conditions 119 52 Frameworks of care delivery – new ways of working 120 Barry Hill 53 Evidence-based practice 122 Claire Anderson 54 Leadership and management 124 Barry Hill 55 Chronic pain management 126 Claire Ford and Laura Park 56 End of life care 130 Jemma-Louise McCann and Sara Sinclair 57 Advanced care planning 132 Sara Sinclair Bibliography 134 Index 140
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