Fundamental Concepts and Skills for Nursing, 4e

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Susan C. DeWit;Patricia A. O'Neill
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Part of the popular LPN Threads series, this market-leading text features an easy-to-follow writing style and organization to teach you the concepts and skills you need to know to practice nursing in a variety of care settings. This new edition offers in-depth discussion of QSEN competencies, rationales for the NCLEX-PN review questions, and new icons to point out the most current evidence-based information.

  • Standard LPN Threads features include helpful characteristics such as full-color design, key terms, numbered objectives, key points, critical thinking questions, critical thinking activities, glossary, and references.
  • Easy-to-follow reading level and text organization presents information from simple to most complex.
  • Think Critically boxeshelp you synthesize information and apply concepts beyond the scope of the chapter.
  • Cultural Considerationsrelated to biocultural variations as well as health promotion for specific ethnic groups demonstrate how to provide culturally competent care.
  • Elder Care Pointshighlight changes that occur with aging and how they affect nursing care.
  • Home Care boxeshighlight the necessary adaptations of nursing skills and techniques for the patient in the home care setting.
  • NEW! Rationales for NCLEX review questions at the end of each chapter help you understand why your choices were correct or incorrect.
  • NEW! Full text reviewsby experts in the field offer consistency and ease understanding as you progress through the book.
  • NEW! Evolve margin icons denote supplemental material for students on Evolve.
  • NEW! Evidence Based Practice margin icons point out the most current and evidence based information.
  • NEW! In depth discussion of theQuality and Safety Education for Nurses(QSEN) within the text provides the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to continuously improve the quality and safety of the healthcare systems.