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Care coordination in the NICU [electronic resource] : implementing family-centered nursing care for optimal outcomes

Care coordination in the NICU [electronic resource] : implementing family-centered nursing care for optimal outcomes

Material type
E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Mosher, Sara L.
Title Statement
Care coordination in the NICU [electronic resource] : implementing family-centered nursing care for optimal outcomes / Sara L. Mosher.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York, NY :   Springer Publishing Company,   c2019.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xxiii, 328 p.).
ISBN
9780826140128 (electronic book) 0826140122 (electronic book) 9780826140043 0826140041
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Neonatal intensive care. Neonatal nursing. Family nursing. Neonatal Nursing. Family Nursing. Patient Care Management. Intensive Care Units, Neonatal.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Bibliography -- Preface -- General Introduction -- Chapter Sections -- Author’s Personal Story -- Family Story -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- Case Studies -- Acknowledgments -- Share Care Coordination in the NICU: Implementing Family-Centered Nursing Care for Optimal Outcomes -- Part I: Care Coordination and Family-Centered Care -- Chapter 1: Nursing History, Care Coordination, and Family-Centered Care: An Overview -- References -- Part II: Supporting Patients in High-Risk Pregnancy and Delivery -- Chapter 2: Supporting High-Risk Pregnancy Bed-Rest Patients and Preparing Them for a Potential NICU Baby -- Supporting High-Risk Pregnancy Bed-Rest Patients -- Preparing for the NICU -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Chapter 3: Supporting Families During High-Risk Deliveries -- Supporting the Patient and Family During the Delivery -- Including Family in Neonatal Resuscitation -- Caring for Mom and Baby as a Dyad During Emergencies -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Chapter 4: Supporting Families When Both Mom and Baby Become Ill -- Caring for Mom and Baby as a Dyad During Emergencies -- Caring for Families When Mom Does Not Survive -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Part III: Supporting Patients and Families in the NICU -- Chapter 5: NICU Admission -- Supporting the Patient and Family During a NICU Admission -- Education and Information Sharing -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Chapter 6: Supporting Families in the NICU -- Bridging the Gap for NICU Professionals -- Neonatal Intensive Parenting Unit -- Siblings in the NICU -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Chapter 7: Helping Families Make the Hospital a Home -- Making the NICU a Nursery -- Celebrating Milestones -- Hospital Holidays -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Chapter 8: Helping Families Prepare for Discharge and Life After the NICU -- How to Take Over the Care of Their Newborn -- How to Manage Follow-Up Appointments -- Helping Families Find Connection With Others -- Making Discharge a Celebration -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Part IV: Supporting Patients With Special Challenges in the NICU -- Chapter 9: How to Support Families Who Are Challenging to Connect With -- Caring for Families With Varying Levels of Education and Learning Disabilities -- Caring for Families Who Have Very Limited Resources and Support -- Addressing the Unique Needs of Teen Parents -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Chapter 10: Helping Families Balance NICU Life and Home Life -- Balancing Older Siblings -- Balancing Parenting and Relationships -- Returning to Work -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Chapter 11: Supporting Families Faced With Neonatal Transport -- Caring for Families Whose Infant Is Transported Out of a Facility -- Building Relationships Between Transferring Units -- Caring for Families Whose Infants Are Transported Into a Facility -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Chapter 12: Supporting Families Who Experience a Postpartum Mood Disorder -- Assessing Families for Postpartum Mood Disorders -- Providing Layered Levels of Emotional Support to Families -- Encouraging Intentional Parental Self-Care Practices -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Part V: Supporting With Bereavement and Palliative Care -- Chapter 13: Bereavement: Supporting Families Experiencing a Loss in the Perinatal Period -- Miscarriage -- Stillbirth -- Neonatal Death -- Family Support During Perinatal Loss -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Chapter 14: Palliative Care and Bereavement Support in the Neonatal Period -- Preparing for Palliative Care -- Transition From Life to Death -- Family Support After Death -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Chapter 15: Supporting Staff and Self-Care After a Patient Loss -- Preparing Staff to Care for Families Who Experience Loss -- Self-Care Practices -- Honoring Memories of Patients and Their Families -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Part VI: Therapeutic Strategies for Caregivers and Patients -- Chapter 16: Caring for the Caregiver: How to Avoid Burnout -- Message From Cheryl Milford -- Patient Relationships and Boundaries -- Understanding How We Respond to Stress -- Vicarious Traumatization, Compassion Fatigue, and Burnout -- Self-Care: It Is All About You -- Resilience: Protection From Caregiver Mental Health Complications -- Conflict Resolution With Coworkers -- Support From Administration and Coworkers -- Cheryl Milford’s Summary -- Recommendations/Suggestions for Best Practice -- Recommended Resources -- References -- Index -- .

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