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Understanding Sociology in Nursing

by Helen Allan, Michael Traynor, Daniel Kelly and Pam Smith SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
04/2016
ISBN:
9781473913592
Format:
Pbk 200 pages
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Understanding Sociology in Nursing provides students with insights into key contemporary debates and events to demonstrate the relevance of sociology and its practical application to modern nursing. This textbook helps student nurses make the leap from a narrow focus on the physical problems of their patients to a broader understanding of the whole person and the contexts of care which will help them succeed as compassionate nurses. Written directly for nurses, it focuses on the individuals and families in their care, the organisations they work in, and the factors which affect their practice.


 


Key features include:


* Case studies and scenarios to help students relate sociology to real life examples


* Reflection points to help students critically engage with the discussion


* Learning outcomes and chapter summaries for revision


* Definitions of key terms in each chapter


 

Chapter 1: Becoming a Patient
Chapter 2: Who Is the Patient?
Chapter 3: Becoming a Nurse
Chapter 4: Nursing as Women's Work
Chapter 5: Caring, Facework and Nursing
Chapter 6: Nursing the Body
Chapter 7: When Things Go Wrong
Chapter 8: Leadership and Management
Chapter 9: Using a Sociological Framework to Understand Nursing

'Understanding Sociology of Nursing examines contemporary nursing from a critical perspective in an interesting and accessible style that encourages a reflective and questioning approach. The discussions of research and care investigations are thought provoking and will extend perspectives about nursing as a profession today.'

Helen Allan - Middlesex University


Michael Traynor - Middlesex University, UK


Daniel Kelly - Cardiff University


Pam Smith - University of Edinburgh