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Virtual Clinical Excursions 1.0 to Accompany Medical-Surgical Nursing:…
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 032302338X, Paperback)Dynamic and engaging, Virtual Clinical Excursions is a workbook and CD-ROM package that guides users through a virtual hospital featuring highly complex and diverse patients. Complementing core textbook reading assignments in Phipps: Medical-Surgical Nursing: Health and Illness Perspectives, 7th Edition, lessons in the workbook provide a perfect opportunity for users to practice what they are learning in the text in a realistic clinical environment.Covers everything from general medical-surgical nursing concepts related to adult patients through pathophysiologic mechanisms to the nursing management of a full range of medical-surgical problems.Explores each disease and disorder in detail - discussing its etiologic and pathophysiologic basis, clinical manifestations, collaborative care, and nursing management.Includes a guided tutorial which shows students how to work with a patient in a virtual hospital · collect patient data from various sources (reports, charts, medication administration record, short video clips and audio clips of nurse-patient interactions) · record patient data · listen to a report and itemize a patient's problems and high-priority concerns · sometimes administer medication · and more.Emphasizes the importance of patient care - from nursing assessment, diagnosis, planning, and implementation to evaluation.Requires students to document client-nurse interactions - retrieving clinical data, maintaining quality and continuity of care, tracking client outcomes, and meeting current practice standards.
Produced in conjunction with the Virtual Clinical Excursions CD-ROM authors: Jay Shiro Tashiro, PhD, RN; Ellen Sullins, PhD; Gina Long, RN, DNSc
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