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Meeting the needs of the parasuicide patient on a general medical ward

Fiona Sheen

Meeting the needs of the parasuicide patient on a general medical ward

a management report on a study undertaken to seewhether the needs of the parasuicide patient are considered to be being met on a general medical ward in a hospital in the North West of England.

by Fiona Sheen

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsManchester Metropolitan University. Department of Health Care Studies, 1996.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19443760M

The purpose of a health and safety policy in a child care setting is to provide parents with a written statement of the procedures in place to protect their children. The policy protects child care providers, as well, by detailing the training and procedure standards that need to be followed on a daily basis. To. Care plans are an important aspect of the nursing process. Nutritional needs must be addressed to meet a client's gestalt of overall health. Using the nursing process in conjunction with a nursing diagnosis in accordance with the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association, or NANDA, the professional nurse creates an evidenced-based plan of action specific to each individual client or patient.

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