""This book represents the most current information on the care
of the MS patient .This will be an unparalleled resource for all
nurses caring for MS patients and families.""-Amy Perrin Ross, APN,
MSN, CNRN, MSCN
Among the many responsibilities of the Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
nurse, perhaps the most important is to help patients devise,
learn, and implement self-care strategies to improve their wellness
and quality of life. Taking a fresh perspective on the complex role
of the MS nurse, this comprehensive clinical reference demonstrates
how nurses can change the lives of patients with MS.
This newly revised edition is completely reorganized, refocused,
and updated throughout to provide a stronger focus on instilling
hope in patients and helping them regain their independence. The
special feature of this new edition is the incorporation of the
Morgante Conceptual Framework of Hope, a model of care that helps
nurses integrate the concept of hope into clinical practice. The
book also illustrates how to deliver nursing care that is both
culturally sensitive and life span appropriate. Key features:
Uses detailed case studies to highlight the various roles of the
MS nurse: the care provider, facilitator, advocate, educator,
counselor, and innovatorIncorporates the Morgante Conceptual
Framework of Hope into every chapterProvides practical guidance on
disease and symptom management, alternative medicine, sexuality and
family planning, and pediatric patients Discusses how to maximize
the effectiveness of pharmacotherapeutics
Springer Publishing Company
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• Dr Nancy Holland
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