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Lippincott’s Nursing Procedures and Skills The clinically-based procedures and competency resource that deliver what you need. Results. It helps improve and standardize patient care. Highlights: • Access more than 900 evidence-based procedures and skills online — no log-in required! • Step-by-step procedures provide highlydetailed instruction. • Quick Lists offer a high-level overview. • “Custom select” boxes allow nurses to customize the procedure view or quickly jump to the section they need. • Evidence-based-references show the evidence on which the procedure is based. • NEW! Starting in March 2010, the evidence level of references will be rated using the Melnyk’s Rating System for the Hierarchy of Evidence. • Skills checklists help you evaluate staff. • Question and answer competency tests provide administrators, managers, and educators with an additional competency measurement tool. • Compelling color visuals — including hundreds of video clips — make learning clearer. • Print and e-mail options let users send or print out for later review. • Notes feature lets you annotate procedures for users. • Immediate keyword search and hypertext links help users locate any information in a flash. • Browse by nursing specialty, clinical category, or A-Z list. • Maintain compliance with current institutional guidelines — including those from The Joint Commission and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. • Available integration with Healthstream smoothes training administration.

And you’re in control at all times. • Edit content to match your policies and standards. • Create an unlimited number of customized checklists, procedures, and nursing and clinical categories. • Track revisions with unique Audit Trail feature. • Delete and reinstate procedures as needed. • Manage and track users as well as skills checklist results. • Add your institution’s logo.

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Table of Contents Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Community Health Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Fundamentals, Nursing Process & Diagnosis, & Skills . . 12 Issues and Trends / Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 LPN / LVN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Maternity & Child Health Nursing / Pediatric Nursing . . 35 Med-Surgical, Critical Care, Lab & Diagnostic . . . . . . . . . . 44 Pathophysiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Pharmacology & Dosage Calculation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Research, Statistic and Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Canadian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 NCLEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Certified Nursing Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103


Assessment

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Assessment

Health Assessment in Nursing, North American Edition, Fourth Edition Janet R. Weber, RN, EdD

Jane Kelley, RN, PhD

October 2009/ 1040 pp./ 1200 illus./ 978-0-7817-8160-2

Features: • New! streamlined Chapter 1 • New! COLDSPA mnemonic which guides students through investigation of patient concerns and symptoms has been revised to show specific applications to content in each chapter • New! Grouping and Re-titling of similar types of displays (e.g. Assessment Tool, Self-Assessment, Spotlight Techniques and Equipment) • New! More appealing chapter openers, including art/ photography and streamlined text • New! Streamlining of Frail Elderly Chapter 30 with a stronger focus on the normal variations associated with assessment of elderly clients Instructor & Student Resources: • Full Text Online • PowerPoint Presentations with Images • iClicker Question & Answer Slides • Guided Lecture Notes • Discussion Topics with Answers • Assignments with Answers • Case Studies with Answers • Image Bank • Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers • Learning Objectives • Journal Articles • Concepts in Action Animations • Syllabus • Test Generator Questions • Vital Signs Assessment Video • Watch & Learn Videos • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials • NCLEX-Style Chapter Review Questions • Practice & Learn Interactives • Heart and Breath Sounds • Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities • Bates’ Visual Guide to Physical Examination

• New! Repurposing/ streamlining of Frail Elderly Chapter • New! Preface is more focused on student/ instructor needs • New! Promote Health Boxes highlight major health concerns, provide risk reduction tips, and focus on Evidence-Based Practice • Head-to-Toe Assessment Video walks the student through a comprehensive physical examination • Concept maps in appendix demonstrate application of assessment procedure to case studies • Case Studies provide real-life examples that students can use to practice diagnostic reasoning

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Nurses’ Handbook of Health Assessment, Seventh Edition Janet R. Weber, RN, EdD October 2009/ 736 pp./ 240 illus./ 978-0-7817-9576-0

Features: • New! Chapter 24 on Assessing Frail Elderly Clients • New! Chapter 3 on Mental status • New! Organization of appendices for easier access and clustering of Functional Health Pattern assessment materials • New! Organization of TOC & Chapter titles to better match parent text • Includes PDA download (via the Point) • Renowned 3-column format depicts assessment technique, normal findings, and abnormal findings • Popular spiral binding allows book to lay open on the table or bench for use as a reference during assessment • Greater focus on deviations from normal findings • Greater emphasis on the physical exam “see and do“ illustration shows how to position student’s hand and how to position the patient • Depth of coverage is perfect for programs that want to supplement a Fundamentals text, but do not wish to purchase full-size Assessment text • Pediatric/ geriatric variations in every body system chapter show how assessment findings will vary for these special populations • Valuable appendices include sample health assessments for both adult and pediatric client, recommended childhood immunizations, and nursing diagnoses according to functional health patterns • Includes examples of documentation at ends of sections and chapters as appropriate • Teaching tips in every chapter give students practical advice for helping clients to care for themselves • Teaching tips complement new and current NANDA diagnoses in every chapter to give students practical advice for helping clients to care for themselves



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Advanced Pediatric Assessment Ellen M. Chiocca RNC, MSN, CPNP March 15, 2010/ 640pp./ Approx. 276 illus./ 978-0-7817-9165-6

Description:

Advanced Pediatric Assessment

• Advanced Pediatric Assessment provides in-depth treatment of the physical and psychosocial assessment of children, birth through adolescence. Emphasis is on the developmental and cultural aspects of child assessment • The book will serve as a primary pediatric health assessment course textbook for advanced practice students, and as a reference for practicing nurse practitioners and physicians’ assistants • The text approaches the health assessment of the pediatric client by using both physical and psychosocial development as a guiding thread and, systematically, using body systems as a framework • Each section is preceded by a discussion of relevant developmental variations to taking a pediatric health history and performing the physical examination

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Bates’ Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking, Tenth Edition Lynn S. Bickley, MD 2008/ 1562 pp./ 1189 illus./ 978-0-7817-8058-2

Features: • New! Health Promotion sections have been extensively updated and expanded in all chapters, with new and revised national guidelines, pertinent screening tools, and more information about ways to help patients prevent disease and optimize their health across all settings and age groups • New! Detailed content on Pain Assessment (included in Ch. 4) • New! New chapter presents Assessment of Mental Health Status and Behavior to encompass the psychosocial dimensions of care • New! Evidence-based content has been increased, with pertinent findings, avenues for research, and references/ suggested readings added across the entire book Instructor & Student Resources: • Full Text Online • Image Bank • Syllabus • Workshops & Sessions • Overview • PowerPoint Presentations • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials • Test Generator • Journal Articles • Watch & Learn Videos • Write-Ups & Presentations • Suggested Course Organization • Sample Student Evaluation • Author Profiles • History & Physical Examination Forms • Presentation Format for New Patients • Watch & Learn Videos • CDC’s Pediatric Growth Chart • Head to Toe Assessments • Heart & Breath Sounds • Nursing Roles & Responsibilities



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• New! More than 50 new line drawings and photos • Illustrated reviews of pertinent anatomy and physiology begin each body-system chapter • Extensive health history sections review essential interview questions and common symptoms related to each body region • Classic two-column format guides the approach to physical examination, distinguishing techniques from findings for quick reference • Detailed Tables of Abnormalities provide a guide to differential diagnosis and expose students to the scope of variations and problems they are likely to encounter in practice • Separate chapters on special populations allow students to understand approaches and common concerns within a broader context for pregnant women, children, and older adults


Assessment

Bates’ Pocket Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking, North American Edition, Sixth Edition Lynn S. Bickley, MD 2008/ 416 pp./ 550 illus./ 978-0-7817-8066-7

Features: • This concise pocket-sized guide presents the classic Bates approach to physical examination and history taking in a quickreference outline format • New! Separate chapter on Pain Assessment • New! Pediatrics chapter broken into separate units organized by developmental stage • New! Increased evidence-based focus throughout • New! Health promotion and screening sections moved to after the techniques of examination section • New! Mental status chapter revised to focus on psychosocial assessment • Closely parallels information in Bates’ Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking, Tenth Edition • Colorful, user-friendly format Student Resources:

• Contains PDA download of head-to-toe examination

• Full Text Online • Pocket Guide PDA Setup

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Assessment

Additional Titles Assessment: An Incredibly Visual! Pocket Guide Springhouse

Assessment: An Incredibly Easy! Pocket Guide, Second Edition

March 2009/ 384 pp./ 978-1-60547-234-8

Springhouse

Lab Manual to Accompany Health Assessment in Nursing, Fourth Edition

Assessment: An Incredibly Easy! Workout

Janet R. Weber, RN, EdD Jane Kelley, RN, PhD

2008/ 256 pp./ 100 illus. 978-0-7817-8304-0

July 2009/ 352 pp./ 978-1-60547-250-8

Springhouse

October 2009/ 256 pp./ 25 illus./ 978-0-7817-8161-9

Assessment Made Incredibly Easy!, Fourth Edition Springhouse 2008/ 416 pp./ 400 illus./ 978-0-7817-7910-4

Bates’ Visual Guide to Physical Assessment: Student Set on CD-ROM, Fourth Edition Lynn S. Bickley, MD 2008/ 978-0-7817-9575-3

Transcultural Concepts in Nursing Care, Fifth Edition Margaret M. Andrews, PhD, RN, FAAN, CTN Joyceen S. Boyle, PhD, RN, FAAN, CTN 2007/ 560 pp./ 65 illus./ 978-0-7817-9037-6 

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Community Health Nursing

Featuring Titles from 2008 thru August 2010




Community Health Nursing

Community Health Nursing: Promoting & Protecting the Public’s Health, Seventh Edition Judith Ann Allender, RN-C, MSN, EdD Cherie Rector, PhD, RN-C

Kristine Warner, PhD, MS, MPH, RN

February 2009/ 1024 pp./ 100 illus./ 978-0-7817-6584-8

Features: • New! The table of contents has been revamped and updated • New! Unit 7 contains three new chapters focusing on vulnerable populations, including: • Chapter 25: Working with Vulnerable People • Chapter 26: Clients with Disabilities and Chronic Illnesses • Chapter 27: Behavioral Health in the Community • Chapter 28: Working with the Homeless • New! Unit 8 is entirely new focusing on practice settings in the public and private sector, including: • Chapter 30: Public Settings for Community Health Nursing • Chapter 31: Private Settings for Community Health Nursing Instructor & Student Resources: • Learning Objectives • Journal Articles • Image Bank • PowerPoint Presentations • Test Generator • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities • NCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial • Case Studies • Weblinks • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials • Glossary

• Chapter 32: Clients Receiving Home Health and Hospice Care • New! Evidence-based practice feature incorporates current research examples and how they can be applied to public/ community health nursing practice to achieve optimal client/ aggregate outcomes • New! From the Case Files presents of a scenario/case study with student-centered, application-based questions • New! Perspectives feature, included in most chapters, provide stories (viewpoints) from a variety of sources • New! New art has been added throughout the text to clarify important concepts and enhance interest in and understanding of material • Emphasis on aggregate-level nursing and the community health nurses’ opportunity and responsibility not only to serve individuals and families, but also to promote and protect the health of communities and populations • Emphasis on health promotion, health protection and illness prevention • Presents theoretical and conceptual knowledge providing an understanding of human needs and a rationale for nursing actions

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Introduction to Community-Based Nursing, Fourth Edition Roberta Hunt, RN, MSPH, PhD 2008/ 528 pp./ 66 illus./ 978-0-7817-7247-1

Features: • New! A new chapter focusing on the relationship between community based nursing and global health. This chapter also addresses the topics of environmental health, disaster nursing, care of immigrants and refugees, and nursing advocacy in global health • New! A stronger emphasis on population based care • New! New nursing process focus as it relates to the care of the client and family in community settings; population based care of communities highlights community assessment including concepts, methods, and applications activities • Assessment Tools such as forms are included in many chapters • Community-Based Nursing Guidelines boxes consist of information to specific interventions for the community-based nurse • Community-Based Teaching boxes list information for students to give to clients and their families • Chapter pedagogy includes objectives, key terms, references, bibliography • Glossary helps the student review terminology • Healthy People 2010 guidelines includes health promotion and disease prevention material • Learning Activities appear at the end of every chapter • Research in Community-Based Nursing Care boxes consist of information that includes short paragraphs of descriptive research • What’s on the Web feature contains addresses and descriptions of Web sites related to the chapter material and providing additional resources

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Fundamentals, Nursing Process & Diagnosis, & Skills

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Fundamentals, Nursing Process & Diagnosis, & Skills

Nursing Diagnosis: Application to Clinical Practice, Thirteenth Edition Lynda Juall Carpenito-Moyet, RN, MSN, CRNP August 2009/ 1006 pp./ 5 illus./ 978-0-7817-7792-6

Features: • Includes Errors in Diagnostic Statements that highlight specific concepts behind the diagnosis to differentiate one diagnosis from another for students to avoid errors • Every NANDA diagnosis includes a listing of associated NIC and NOC to assist students when creating effective plans for care • Collaborative Problem section shows how to integrate nursing care and diagnosis with the efforts of other healthcare professionals for optimum care of the client • Authors notes are designed to provide insight on various diagnoses • Key Concepts and Interventions are grouped according to specific population: older adult, child, maternal, community to help clarify the differences between the client group • Nursing Diagnosis Index for at a glance reference to key information • Icons delineate considerations for specific populations (e.g. Maternal, Geriatric, Pediatric)

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Handbook of Nursing Diagnosis, Thirteenth Edition Lynda Juall Carpenito-Moyet, RN, MSN, CRNP August 2009/ 816 pp./ 978-0-7817-7793-3

Features: • New! Revised to incorporate the 2009/2011 NANDA-approved nursing diagnoses • Includes Author’s Notes that are designed to provide insight on various diagnoses • Presents icons that call attention to considerations for special population groups so students can understand the different options for each group • Includes NIC and NOC to assist students when creating effective plans for care • Laminated card insert groups common diagnoses organized by Functional Health Patterns for at a glance access to key information

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Fundamentals, Nursing Process & Diagnosis, & Skills

Sparks and Taylor’s Pocket Guide to Nursing Diagnosis, First Edition Sheila Sparks Ralph RN, PhD, FAAN

Cynthia M. Taylor RN, MS

February 12, 2010/ 978-1-58255-733-5

Features: • Presents a two-page spread for each diagnosis for at-a-glance reference • Provides a Taxonomy of Nursing Practice approach that is developed by leaders from NANDA, NIC, and NOC to present the ICNP interventions, providing a global aspect of care

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Applying Nursing Process: A Tool for Critical Thinking, Seventh Edition Rosalinda Alfaro-LeFevre, MSN, RN January 2009/ 277 pp./ 50 illus./ 978-0-7817-7408-6

Features: • New! Focus and design help students build essential critical thinking and problem solving skills and apply them within the nursing process framework • Critical Thinking Exercises throughout the chapters challenge and reinforce students understanding of vital concepts • Evidence-based Critical Thinking Indicators are researchbased boxes illustrating the behaviors that promote effective critical thinking • Greater emphasis on delegation and the nurse as a coordinator of care • Abundant Case Scenarios and Examples help students apply critical thinking to independent and collaborative decisions • “Try This On Your Own” exercises encourage students to learn more deeply through critical thinking and application • Quick reference to nursing diagnoses provides easy access to information on frequently seen diagnoses accepted for clinical testing by NANDA International • “Think About It” boxes motivate learning by stimulating thinking and reinforcing content • Updated information on documentation and the use of support systems to facilitate care management and research • Access to thePoint and www.alfaroteachsmart.com/handouts provides a variety of tools such as patient self-assessment tool, clinical decision map, NCLEX resources and much more!

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Fundamentals, Nursing Process & Diagnosis, & Skills

Nursing Care Plans & Documentation: Nursing Diagnosis & Collaborative Problems, Fifth Edition Lynda Juall Carpenito-Moyet, RN, MSN, CRNP 2008/ 1120 pp./ 978-0-7817-7064-4

Features: • New! chapter covers moral distress in nursing and includes strategies to reduce its effects on nurses • New! Innovative chapter on wellness discusses how to improve hospitalized patient outcomes • New! Section 1 now includes Nursing Diagnosis Risk for Compromised Human Dignity • Presents collaborative problems clearly and directs students to the physiological complications that they need to monitor • Updated information on frequently treated conditions seen in hospital settings

Instructor & Student Resources:

• Author notes provide students with advice on how to implement a course of care

• WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials

• Presents a student-friendly format organizing care plans by Medical Conditions, Surgical Procedures, and Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures

• 11 Steps to Care Planning

• Over 70 care plans that translate theory into clinical practice

• Care Paths

• Includes physician-prescribed interventions and relevant documentation in each care plan

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Fundamentals, Nursing Process & Diagnosis, & Skills

Fundamentals of Nursing: Human Health & Function, Sixth Edition Ruth F. Craven, EdD, RN, BC, FAAN

Constance J. Hirnle, MN, RN, BC

2008/ 1562 pp./ 1189 illus./ 978-0-7817-8023-0

Features: • New! Three-pronged approach to understanding and applying research applies the best practices to client scenarios to help students connect relevant and accepted findings with actual client care • IHI Evidence Based Bundles for Patient Safety teaches the rationale behind applying the evidence and how to improve patient safety with every intervention • Analyzing a Research Study for Nursing Implications • Applying Evidence-Based Research to Your Practice • More than 950 illustrations, including more than 200 newly rendered line drawings and more than 750 new photos that demonstrate the latest techniques, procedures, and equipment • Six types of critical thinking examples include: • Apply Your Knowledge Boxes require students to reflect on a case scenario and apply key concepts • Therapeutic Dialogue Boxes provide less and more effective forms of communication examples • Critical Thinking Challenges included throughout the text in chapter openers, therapeutic dialogue boxes, ethical-legal issue boxes and collaborating with the healthcare team boxes • Ethical-Legal Boxes require the student to consider implications for potential dilemmas • Collaborating with the Healthcare Team Boxes show students how to fully leverage their working relationship with other members of the healthcare team • 80+ Nursing Procedures have been completely revised and now include sample documentation to help reduce risk and ensure safety

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Additional Titles Lippincott’s Video Series: Nursing Procedures: Student Set of 18 CD-ROMs Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2008/ 978-0-7817-9500-5

Procedure Checklists for Craven & Hirnle’s Fundamentals of Nursing, Sixth Edition Ruth F. Craven, EdD, RN, BC, FAAN Constance J. Hirnle, MN, RN, BC 2008/ 192 pp./ 978-0-7817-8024-7

Craven & Hirnle’s Nursing Fundamentals & Procedures Online Ruth F. Craven, EdD, RN, BC, FAAN Constance J. Hirnle, MN, RN, BC 2008/ 978-0-7817-8878-6

Taylor’s Video Guide to Clinical Nursing Skills Carol Taylor, RN, CSFN, MSN, PhD Student Set on CD-ROM/ 2006/ 978-0-7817-6813-9 Student Set on DVD/ 2005 978-0-7817-7364-5

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Issues & Trends / Leadership

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Issues & Trends / Leadership

Leddy & Pepper’s Conceptual Bases of Professional Nursing, Seventh Edition Lucy Hood, PhD October 2009/ 640 pp./ 12 illus./ 978-0-7817-9248-6

Features: • New! Fully revised Chapter 9, Health Care Delivery Systems, includes content on inflation effects, nursing shortage, and nursing in diverse nations such as China, India, Turkey, and Nigeria • New! New content on magnet status, disaster nursing, the Nursing Minimum Data Set, and Kingdom Model for Political Action • New! New informatics and technology checklist in Chapter 15, Informatics and Technology in Nursing Practice, helps the student assess their strengths and weaknesses • Learning Outcomes help focus students on key content • Key Terms and Concepts alert students to important terminology Instructor & Student Resources: • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Learning Objectives • Power Point Presentations • Journal Articles • Test Generator • Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities

• Clinical vignettes aid students in relating real life situations in today’s practice • Questions for Reflection that appear throughout the chapter enhance the student’s self-discovery • From Theory to Practice questions at the end of each chapter students think critically about the chapter content • Research Briefs promote the use of research in practice • Internet Exercises aid critical thinking and advance technological knowledge

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Issues & Trends / Leadership

Professional Issues in Nursing: Challenges & Opportunities, Second Edition Carol J. Huston, RN, MSN, MPA, DPA, FAAN May 2009/ 464 pp./ 978-1-60547-395-6

Features: • New! A broader discussion of the Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) role • New! New and updated content has been added throughout to reflect cutting-edge trends in healthcare • New! Integration of the 2008 AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Nursing Education document in assessing distance education program outcomes • New! Strategies for supporting evidence-based practice in the work environment • New! All chapters are updated with current references and web resources • New! Expansion on Chapter 9, Diversity in the Nursing Workforce • New! New chapter 4, Using Simulation to Teach Nurses, is a training/education reference tool • New! New content on the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) debate as entry for advanced practice nurses • New! New innovative staffing models explored as part of the chapter on mandatory overtime • New! New Chapter 6, Importing Foreign Nurses, is updated to reflect new VISA requirements, regulatory requirements, and international NCLEX for migratory nurses • New! New case studies of whistleblowers seeking financial compensation through the false Claims Act

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Issues & Trends / Leadership

Informatics & Nursing: Competencies & Applications, Third Edition Linda Q. Thede, PhD, RN

Jeanne Sewell

April 2009/ 400 pp./ 116 illus./ 978-0-7817-9597-5

Features: • New! All system information updated to reflect current technologies • New! A new chapter-Chapter 15, Other Facts of Informatics: A Wide Impact • New! Expanded information in Chapter 1, Introduction to Nursing Informatics: Multiple Foci; Chapter 8, Telehealth: Now and in the Future; Chapter 12, Informatics Nurse Specialist: A Specialty in Two Disciplines; and Chapter 19, Informatics: Challenges and Issues • Learning Objectives at the beginning of each chapter outline exactly what the student will know upon completion of the chapter • Summaries at the end of each chapter provide succinct overview of what has been covered • Applications and Competencies are found at the end of each chapter allow students to apply their knowledge • Noted for its readability • Offers material for the novice and experienced user including the basics of computers, using the computer to communicate, and issues and challenges of nursing informatics • Prepares nursing students to effectively use the informatics systems that others design, and to be able to provide a bedside viewpoint on a system design when asked • Thoroughly discusses the tools of informatics

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Issues & Trends / Leadership

Leadership Roles & Management Functions in Nursing: Theory and Application Bessie L. Marquis, RN, CNAA, MSN

Carol J. Huston, MSN, MPA, DPA

2008/ 752 pp./ 20 illus./ 978-0-7817-7246-4

Features: • Over 225 case studies • Numerous learning exercises throughout each chapter • Extensive Web resource list for each chapter

Instructor & Student Resources: • Syllabus with Conversion Guide • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Image Bank • Test Generator • Learning Objectives • Power Points with Images • Journal Articles • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials • Glossary • Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities • NCLEX Alternate-Item Format Tutorial

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Managing & Coordinating Nursing Care, Fifth Edition Janice Rider Ellis, RN, PhD, ANEF

Celia Love Hartley, RN, MN, ANEF

2008/ 656 pp./ 58 illus./ 978-0-7817-7410-9

Features: • New! Each chapter contains safety icons that indicate subject matter that focuses on patient safety • New! Light-hearted illustrated appear throughout the book to highlight key content • Learning Outcomes appear at the beginning of each chapter to assist students in planning and evaluating their study • Key Terms are also listed at the opening of each chapter and are bolded as they occur in the chapter text to alert students to terminology used in management • Examples of concepts being discussed are integrated throughout each chapter to assist the student in understanding their application in health care • Critical Thinking Exercises appear throughout each chapter providing students with an opportunity to apply key concepts • Legal/ethical and cultural icons point out cultural concepts and legal/ethical considerations • Key Concepts are summarized at the conclusion of each chapter

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Introductory Medical-Surgical Nursing, Tenth Edition Barbara K. Timby, RNC, MS

Nancy E. Smith, MS, RN

October 2009/ 1456 pp./ 555 illus./ 978-1-60547-063-4

Features: • New! Gerontologic Considerations • New! Pharmacologic Considerations • New! Nutrition Notes • New! 360 NCLEX-Style Review Questions are included at the end of every chapter • New! Concepts in Action Animations • Full-color art program contains brilliant design and hundreds of new illustrations and photographs to assist visual learners • Stop, Think, and Respond Exercises • More than 30 Nursing Care Plans Instructor & Student Resources: • Full Text Online • Learning Objectives • Journal Articles • PowerPoint Presentations • Guided Lecture Notes • Test Generator • Concepts of Action Animations

• Nursing Process sections in each clinical chapter emphasize a nursing process approach to care and provide rationales in italics for all interventions • Drug Therapy Tables • Nursing Guidelines • Client and Family Teaching • Critical Thinking Exercises

• Watch & Learn Video Clip • And More!

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Introductory Maternity & Pediatric Nursing, Second Edition N. Jayne Klossner, MSN, RNC

Nancy T. Hatfield, MAE, BSN, RN

October 2009/ 1152 pp./ 450 illus./ 978-0-7817-8558-7

Features: • New! Updated full-color photos and drawings • New! Chapter on “Abuse in the Family” gives special attention to the issues of child abuse, domestic violence, and parental substance abuse • New! Updated NANDA terminology integrated throughout • New! Watch & Learn icons in the book direct students to video clips on thePoint • Learning Objectives • Key Terms • Test Yourself questions interspersed throughout each chapter encourage understanding and recall of the material Instructor & Student Resources:

• Clinical Secrets offer brief clinical pearls that the student will find valuable in the clinical setting

• Full Text Online

• Family Teaching Tips

• Learning Objectives • Journal Articles • PowerPoint Presentations • Guided Lecture Notes • Test Generator • Drug Monographs • Watch & Learn Video Clip • And More!

• A Personal Glimpse, included in most chapters, provides actual first-person narratives related to chapter content and help students understand and appreciate the feelings of pediatric patients and families • An accompanying Learning Opportunity poses a question about the narrative to encourage critical thinking • Cultural Snapshots promote greater cultural sensitivity in providing care to children and families • Nursing Process framework is used to present nursing care content in clinical chapters • Nursing Procedures provided step-by-step instructions for common procedures • Nursing Care Plans with patient scenarios outline appropriate diagnoses • Key Points • Integrated Workbook with NCLEX • Answer Keys are provided for instructors on the IRCD and on thePoint

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LPN / LVN

Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice, Sixth Edition Susan G. Dudek, RD, CDN, BS October 2009/ 752 pp./ 400 illus./ 978-0-7817-8454-2

Features: • New! Nursing Process tables make application more accessible to students • New! Case Studies in every chapter • New! NCLEX-style study questions for every chapter • Quick Bites provides short, compelling food details and facts to captivate students with interesting and valuable information on current research • Definitions and key terms noted within margins • Web addresses found at the end of each chapter • Updated content reflects the latest evidence-based practice, including: revised nutrition recommendations from the American Diabetes Association and the World Cancer Research Fund/American Institute for Cancer Research; MyPyramid for Moms • More streamlined content • Responding to reviewers suggestions • True/False questions at the beginning of each chapter test student knowledge, and tie to objectives • “How Do You Respond?” feature at chapter endings • Key Concepts are found at the end of each chapter • Sample Diets throughout are a useful reference • Includes Dietary Reference Intakes, the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and other countries, MyPyramid, and nutritional needs throughout the life cycle

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Roach’s Introductory Clinical Pharmacology, Ninth Edition Susan M. Ford, MN, RN, OCN

Sally S. Roach, MSN, RN, AHN-BC

October 2009/ 768 pp./ 105 illus./ 978-1-60547-633-9

Features: • New! improved organization of table of contents • New! Pharmacology in Practice: A Case Study Approach • New! Think Critically: Pharmacology in Practice includes questions at the end of each chapter • New! Lifespan Alerts • New! Diversity Alerts • Free Photo Atlas of Medication Administration with each book • New! Patient Teaching For Improving Patient Outcomes • The Nursing Process is used as a framework for presenting care of the patient as it relates to the drug and drug regimen Instructor & Student Resources: • Journal Articles

• Contraindications, Precautions, and Interactions • Checklists of relevant Nursing Diagnoses

• PowerPoint Presentations

• Nursing Alerts

• Guided Lecture Notes

• Chronic Care Alerts

• Test Generator • Concepts in Action Animations

• Herbal Health Supplement Alerts

• Watch & Learn Video Clips

• Interactions Tables

• And More!

• Summary Drug Tables • Watch & Learn icons • Concepts in Action Animation icons • Test Your Knowledge, Prepare for NCLEX, and Calculate Medication Dosages appear at the end of each drug chapter • Real Drug Labels help student get accustomed to reading them

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Gerontological Nursing, Seventh Edition Charlotte Eliopoulos, PhD, MPH 2009/ 652 pp./ 93 illus./ 978-0-7817-5344-9

Features: • New! Assessment Guides outline nursing assessment of specific body systems and areas of functioning in older adults • New! Consider This Case presents a scenario relevant to chapter content and asks students to “think critically” to answer questions related to the case • New! Nursing Care Plans are now highlighted with a special format and design • New! Expanded Coverage on Medications commonly prescribed for older adults • New! Consistent Chapter Organization for chapters in Unit 5, Facilitating Physiological Balance, offers improved readability and consistent presentation of content for students Instructor & Student Resources:

• New! Watch & Learn Icons in the text direct students to the Video Clips on thePoint

• Learning Objectives

• New! illustrations and updated photographs

• Strategies for Effective Teaching • Image Bank • Journal Articles • PowerPoint Presentations • Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities • NCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial • NCLEX-Style Test Questions • Watch & Learn Video Clips • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials

• Chapter Outlines and Learning Objectives at the beginning of each chapter • Nursing Diagnosis Highlights provide an overview of common nursing diagnoses in older patients, causative or contributing factors, goals of treatment, and interventions • Key Concepts highlight important pieces of information • Points to Ponder stimulate students’ self-awareness and empathy for patients • Nursing Diagnosis Tables alert students to potential diagnoses and causes or contributing factors • Critical Thinking Exercises at chapter endings • Resources listed at chapter endings highlight organizations and web sites to consult for further information

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Memmler’s Structure and Function of the Human Body, Eighth Edition Barbara Janson Cohen, BA, MSEd

Jason Taylor

2008/ 471 pp./ 289 illus./ Soft Cover:978-0-7817-6595-4/ Hard Cover:978-0-7817-6588-6

Features: • Revised art and design helps engage students to easily learn A&P • Real dissection photographs from Rohen’s Color Atlas of Anatomy • Icons point students to related activities on the CD or companion Website • New Case Scenarios integrated throughout each chapter show students how content is applied to real-life situations • Feature boxes include: • A&P in Action • A&P in Action Revisited Instructor & Student Resources: • Full Text Online • LiveAdvise Online Teaching Mentor

• Career Information • Hot Topics • Health Maintenance

• PowerPoints with Images

• A Closer Look

• Test Generator

• Word Anatomy sections at the end of each chapter

• Lesson Plans • Image Bank • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Answers to Questions for Study and Review • Health Professions Career Information • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials

• Various end-of-chapter questions assist students in test recall, concept comprehension, and critical thinking • Checkpoint questions throughout each chapter help students review key points • “Zooming In” questions test student understanding of particular illustrations

• LiveAdvise Tutoring

• Outline summaries at the end of each chapter

• PASSport to Success

• Appendices

• Audio Glossary • Tips for Effective Studying

• Metric Measurements • Temperature Conversion Scale • Periodic Tables of Elements

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LPN / LVN

Memmler’s The Human Body in Health and Disease, Eleventh Edition Barbara Janson Cohen BA, MSEd 2008/ 617 pp./ 470 illus./ Soft Cover: 978-0-7817-9073-4/ Hard Cover: 978-0-7817-6577-0

Features: • Revised art and design helps engage in learning A&P • Real dissection photographs from Rohen’s Color Atlas of Anatomy • Icons point students to related activities on the CD or companion Website • New Case Scenarios integrated throughout each chapter shows students how content is applied to real-life situations • Feature boxes include: • Disease in Context • Disease in Context Revisited Instructor & Student Resources:

• Career Information • Clinical Perspectives

• Full Text Online

• Hot Topics

• LiveAdvise Online Teaching Mentor

• Health Maintenance

• LiveAdvise Tutoring

• A Closer Look

• PowerPoints with Images • Test Generator

• Word Anatomy sections at the end of each chapter

• Lesson Plans

• Various end-of-chapter questions assist students in test recall, concept comprehension, and critical thinking

• Image Bank • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Answers to Questions for Study and Review • Health Professions Career Information • Blackboard and WebCT Ready Materials • PASSport to Success

• Checkpoint questions throughout each chapter help students review key points • “Zooming In” questions test student understanding of particular illustrations • Outline summaries at the end of each chapter

• Audio Glossary

• Appendices

• Tips for Effective Studying

• Metric Measurements • Common Lab Tests • Temperature Conversion Scale • Periodic Tables of Elements • Typical Diseases with their Causes

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Additional Titles Lippincott’s Review for NCLEX-PN, Eighth Edition Barbara K. Timby, RNC, MS

Springhouse

May 2009/ 528 pp./ 27 illus./ 978-0-7817-9881-5

May 2009/ 1536 pp./ 400 illus./ 978-1-60547-353-6

Stedman’s Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing, Sixth Edition

Lippincott’s Online Course for Roach’s Introductory Clinical Pharmacology

Stedman’s

Lippincott Williams & Wilkins / June 2009

2007/ 2432 pp./ 1000 illus./ 978-0-7817-7618-9

978-1-60831-135-4

LPN to RN Transitions: Achieving Success in Your New Role, Third Edition

NCLEX-PN® Review Made Incredibly Easy!, Third Edition

Nicki Harrington, RN, MSN, EdD Cynthia L. Terry, RN, MSN, CCRN

2008/ 864 pp./ 300 illus./ 978-0-7817-9920-1

2008/ 400 pp./ 3 illus./ 978-0-7817-6757-6

NCLEX-PN® Questions & Answers Made Incredibly Easy!, Third Edition Springhouse 2008/ 800 pp./ 100 illus./ 978-0-7817-9919-5 34

Nursing 2010 Drug Handbook with Web Toolkit, 30th Edition

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Maternity & Child Health Nursing / Pediatric Nursing

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Advanced Pediatric Assessment Ellen M. Chiocca RNC, MSN, CPNP March 15, 2010/ 640pp./ Approx. 276 illus. / 978-0-7817-9165-6

Features:

Advanced Pediatric Assessment

• Advanced Pediatric Assessment provides in-depth treatment of the physical and psychosocial assessment of children, birth through adolescence. Emphasis is on the developmental and cultural aspects of child assessment • The book will serve as a primary pediatric health assessment course textbook for advanced practice students, and as a reference for practicing nurse practitioners and physicians’ assistants • The text approaches the health assessment of the pediatric client by using both physical and psychosocial development as a guiding thread and, systematically, using body systems as a framework • Each section is preceded by a discussion of relevant developmental variations to taking a pediatric health history and performing the physical examination

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Maternal & Child Health Nursing: Care of the Childbearing & Childrearing Family, Sixth Edition Adele Pillitteri, PhD, RN, PNP October 2009/ 1968 pp./ 3814 illus./ 978-1-58255-999-5

Features: • Checkpoint Questions allow students to assess their progress as they learn • Focus on Pharmacology boxes alert students to facts on correct administration, potential complications, indications, and contraindications • Focus on Communication boxes promotes effective, culturally sensitive communication with clients • “What If” Questions help students anticipate and manage various clinical challenges with confidence • Multidisciplinary Care Maps demonstrate the nursing process and accentuates the nurses’ role as a coordinator of care

Instructor & Student Resources: • Image Bank

• Focus on Evidence-Based Practice summarizes research on topics related to maternal and child health care • Focus on National Health Goals emphasizes the nursing role in accomplishing the health care goals of our nation

• Learning Objectives • PowerPoint Presentations • Patient Scenario • Answers to “What If” Questions • Answers to Checkpoint Questions • Journal Articles • NCLEX-style Test Questions • Watch & Learn Video Clips • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities • Full Text Online

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Maternity & Child Health Nursing / Pediatric Nursing

Children and Their Families: The Continuum of Care, Second Edition Vicky R. Bowden, RN, DNSc

Cindy S. Greenberg, RN, DNSc, CPNP

October 2009/ 1760 pp./ 500 illus./ 978-0-7817-6072-0

Features: • New! Unfolding case studies follow a community of pediatric clients throughout the chapter to show the interrelated dynamics of pediatric nursing care • Care Paths summarize the interdisciplinary plan of care for a child with a specific condition. Plus, they include nursing diagnoses to alert the health care team to current or potential issues that require intervention • Teaching Intervention Plans present interdisciplinary plans focused on aspects of care involving child and/or family education • Developmental Consideration charts highlight important psychosocial, teaching, physiologic, or pathophysiologic differences among children of various age groups Instructor & Student Resources: • Full Text Online • Learning Objectives • Lesson Plans • Image Bank • Journal Articles • PowerPoints with Images • Syllabus • Syllabus Conversion Guide • Test Generator • Guided Lecture Notes • Discussion Topics with Answers • Assignments with Answers • Case Studies with Answers • Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers • NCLEX-style Chapter Review Questions • Watch & Learn Video Clips • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Monographs of 100 Most Commonly Prescribed Drugs: • NLCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial

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• Community Care charts present special teachings or clinical information to assist the nurse working with the family in community settings • Focused Physical Assessment charts highlight assessment findings, explaining what would be considered abnormal findings


Maternity & Child Health Nursing / Pediatric Nursing

Maternity and Pediatric Nursing Susan Scott Ricci, ARNP, MSN, MEd

Terri Kyle, MSN, CPNP

2008/ 1902 pp./ 900 illus./ 978-0-7817-8055-1

Description: • Unfolding case studies are threaded throughout the chapter to promote recall, critical thinking and help students make the leap from theory to practice • Evidence-based research boxes provide the latest information on best practices in nursing • Healthy People 2010 boxes throughout the text highlight nursing implications or guidance for achieving objectives • Unique feature! Three types of diagnostic tables are incorporated in the disorders chapters to generalize issues: • Common Drug Guide summarizes commonly used medications

Instructor & Student Resources: • Full Text Online • Syllabi

• Common Laboratory and Diagnostic Test Boxes summarize commonly performed tests • Common Medical Treatment Boxes present actions, indications, and significant nursing implications to provide optimal care

• Image Bank • PowerPoints with Images • Test Generator • Guided Lecture Notes • Key Concepts • Lesson Plans • Discussion Topics with Answers • Assignments with Answers • Case Studies with Answers • Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers • Learning Objectives • Journal Articles • Watch & Learn Video Clips • Answers to Worksheet Questions • Strategies for Effective Teaching • NCLEX-style Chapter Review Questions • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials • NLCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial

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Essentials of Maternity, Newborn, and Women’s Health Nursing, Second Edition Susan Scott Ricci, ARNP, MSN, MEd 2008/ 860 pp./ 372 illus./ 978-0-7817-8722-2

Features: • New! Unfolding case studies are threaded throughout the chapter to promote recall, critical thinking and help students make the leap from theory to practice • New! Evidence-based research boxes provide the latest information on best practices in nursing • Healthy People 2010 boxes throughout the text highlight the nursing implications or guidance for achieving objectives • New! Increased content on nursing management, focusing on assessment and interventions, and an emphasis on familycentered care • Step-by-Step Nursing Procedures presented in a clear, concise, and visual format Instructor & Student Resources: • Full Text Online • Sample Syllabi • PowerPoint Presentations • Image Bank • Test Generator • Guided Lecture Notes • Discussion Topics with Answers • Assignments with Answers • Case Studies with Answers • Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers • Learning Objectives • Journal Articles • Watch & Learn Video Clips • Answers to Worksheet Questions • NCLEX-style Chapter Review Questions • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials • Dosage Calculation Quizzes • NLCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial • Monographs of 100 Most Commonly Prescribed Drugs • Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities

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• OUTSTANDING ARTWORK that includes photos and diagrams that clearly illustrate concepts and clinical conditions


Maternity & Child Health Nursing / Pediatric Nursing

Essentials of Pediatric Nursing Terri Kyle, MSN, CPNP 2008/ 1198 pp./ 544 illus./ 978-0-7817-5115-5

Features: • Healthy People 2010 boxes throughout the text highlight the nursing implications for achieving these objectives • Unfolding Case Studies are threaded throughout the chapter to promote recall, critical thinking and help students make the leap from theory to practice • Teaching Guidelines are designed to ensure the student’s preparation for educating children and their families about various issues • Drug Guide tables summarize information about commonly used medications • Common Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests tables provide a general understanding of how a broad range of disorders are diagnosed Instructor & Student Resources: • Full Text Online • Syllabus with Conversion Guide • PowerPoints with Images • Image Bank • Test Generator • Guided Lecture Notes

• Common Medical Treatments tables provide a broad awareness of how a common group of disorders is treated either medically or surgically • Nursing Care Plans provide concrete examples of each step of the nursing process • Comparison Charts compare two or more disorders or other easily confused concepts

• Discussion Topics with Answers • Assignments with Answers • Lesson Plans • Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers • Learning Objectives • Journal Articles • Watch & Learn Video Clips • Answers to Worksheet Questions • NCLEX-style Chapter Review Questions • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials • Key Concepts • Pediatric Dosage Calculation Exercises • NLCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial • NCLEX-style Chapter Review Questions

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Maternity & Child Health Nursing / Pediatric Nursing

Straight A’s Pediatric Nursing Second Edition Springhouse 2008/ 464 pp./ 978-1-58255-697-0

Features: • Unique two-column format that lets students choose how they want to study • Key points listed in the exterior columns for easy and quick review of important information • NCLEX checks at the end of each chapter, including alternateitem formats • Time out for teaching provides key patient-teaching points • Go with the flow provides visually appealing algorithms that promote critical thinking and point students in the right direction • NCLEX checks at end of chapter offer additional opportunities to review and assess knowledge gained Instructor Resources: New bound-in CD-ROM includes: • Hundreds of NCLEX-style questions, answers, and rationales, including alternate-item format questions

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• Pretest containing 5 questions at beginning of each chapter to help students assess strengths and weaknesses


Maternity & Child Health Nursing / Pediatric Nursing

Additional Titles Lippincott’s Clinical Simulations in Maternity/Pediatric Nursing Course Set Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2009/ 978-1-60831-105-7

Maternal-Neonatal Facts Made Incredibly Quick, 2nd Edition Springhouse 2008/ 128 pp./ 978-1-58255-687-1

Lippincott Manual of Nursing Practice Pocket Guide: Maternal-Neonatal Nursing Springhouse 2007/ 288 pp./ 978-1-58255-907-0

Maternal-Neonatal Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!, Incredibly Easy! SeriesÂŽ, Second Edition Springhouse 2007/ 608 pp./ 50 illus./ 978-1-58255-651-2

Maternal-Neonatal Nursing in a Flash Springhouse 2009/ 320 pp./ 978-0-7817-9285-1

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Med-Surgical, Critical Care, Lab & Diagnostic

Featuring Titles from 2008 thru August 2010

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Brunner & Suddarth’s Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing, Twelfth Edition Suzanne C. Smeltzer, RN, EdD, FAAN December 2009/ 2272 pp./ 750 illus./ 978-0-7817-8589-1

Features: • New! Enhanced A+ ancillaries with two online case studies per chapter • New! New art program (all illustrations redrawn) and an open but space-efficient revised design • New! Increased frequency of popular features (guideline charts, health promotion charts, and ethnics and related issues charts) • New! Watch & Learn video clips and Practice & Learn interactive exercises that highlight important nursing skills and responsibilities

Instructor & Student Resources: • Syllabi • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Drug Monographs • Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities • Learning Objectives • PowerPoints with Images • Journal Articles • Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers • NCLEX-Style Chapter Review Questions • Guided Lecture Notes • Discussion Topics with Answers

• New! Expanded suite, including the main text, handbook, handbook of lab and diagnostic tests, medical-surgical interactive cases, and medical-surgical nursing online course • Concepts in Action Animations for A&P and Pathophysiology concepts • Integrated critical care coverage throughout the book, now highlighted with an icon for easy identification! • More than 5,000 total NCLEX-style questions • Nursing alerts, risk factor charts, patient education charts, critical thinking exercises, and many more! • Clearly highlighted nursing process content throughout the text • Strong emphasis on evidence-based practice including endof-chapter questions and comprehensively updated nursing research profiles

• Assignments with Answers • Case Studies with Answers • Image Collection • NCLEX-Style Test Questions • Test Generator • Concepts in Action Animation • Watch & Learn Video Clips • Practice & Learn Exercises • Clinical Simulation Case Studies • Clinical Simulation Tutorials

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Med-Surgical, Critical Care, Lab & Diagnostic

Handbook for Brunner & Suddarth’s Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing, Twelfth Edition Lippincott Williams & Wilkins December 2009/ 864 pp./ 978-0-7817-8592-1

Features: • Concise clinical companion to Brunner & Suddarth’s Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing presents • Pages are tabbed alphabetically for speedy reference • Rapid access to need-to-know information on over 200 of the most commonly encountered diseases and disorders • Content is completely cross-referenced to the text • Nursing Alerts focus on priority care issues and hazardous or potentially life-threatening situations • Gerontologic Considerations are thumbnail descriptions and interventions related to the care of the rapidly growing older adult population • Selected tables and boxes provide at-a-glance presentations of additional diseases, disorders, and measurements • Appendices for use in clinical settings, on units, and at home or in the community include acronyms and abbreviations, important lab values, and current nursing diagnoses • Nursing Process and Management information is incorporated throughout

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Med-Surgical, Critical Care, Lab & Diagnostic

Lippincott’s Online Course for Medical-Surgical Nursing Lippincott Williams & Wilkins December 2009/ 978-0-7817-8077-3

Features: • This online course consists of 11 modules each covering one topic and consists of three sections: 1) Tutorial, 2) Case Studies, and 3) NCLEX-style quiz • Tutorials ensure effective conceptual learning for students through an intense review of the topic using varied media such as interactive graphics and animations to drive home key concepts. Students are quizzed as they go through interactive and fun self-assessment exercises • Graphic and interactive case studies challenge students to apply what they have learned in the tutorial section by asking them to make decisions in realistic scenarios • NCLEX-style quizzes test students on what they have just learned in the module while also preparing them for the NCLEX exam • Interactive exercises include Multiple-Choice, Sequencing, Drag and Drop text, Drag and Drop Image, Matching, Solitaire, True/False, Categorization, and Fill-in-the-blanks • Key terms are highlighted in the Tutorial and link to expanded definitions • Detailed Remediation — each question in each module’s quiz contains remediation back to the appropriate content in the book • Journal Articles: Two to four LWW journal articles per module are available to supplement core concepts addressed in the module • Links to Web Sites and bibliographic information are found on the Resources tab of each module • Course cartridges will be available, with full LMS functionality, including reporting and grade book

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Study Guide to Accompany Brunner & Suddarth’s Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing, Twelfth Edition Suzanne C. Smeltzer, RN, EdD, FAAN December 2009/ 480 pp./ 130 illus./ 978-0-7817-8594-5

Features: • The perfect companion to Brunner & Suddarth’s Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing, Eleventh Edition • This study tool helps students better understand the concepts, techniques, and disease processes detailed in the textbook • Provides students with abundant opportunities for review and self-assessment using a range of learning exercises designed to highlight strengths and identify areas in need of further study • Logical organization corresponds to the structure of the textbook for convenient cross-referencing • Hundreds of exam-style questions prepare students for classroom tests and for the NCLEX exam • Labeling exercises use examples drawn from real clinical applications • Answers with rationales help students understand the reasoning behind correct responses • Critical analysis questions help students build vital problemsolving skills • Critical thinking approach presents facts from a knowledgebased level to the highest levels of analysis and synthesis

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Med-Surgical, Critical Care, Lab & Diagnostic

Lippincott’s Interactive Case Studies for Brunner & Suddarth’s Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing, Twelfth Edition Lippincott Williams & Wilkins February 2010/ 978-1-60547-987-3

Features: • Each of the 13 body system-based modules contains two to six disorder-based case studies and an NCLEX-style quiz totaling to 41 topics • The modules focus on the areas that medical-surgical nursing instructors have identified as the core content areas • The case follows a patient from presentation to nursing care and beyond, and is interspersed with exercises requiring the student’s active input • The simulation focuses on nursing care relating to the particular disorder, including assessment (including risk factors), nursing diagnosis, nursing interventions (e.g., various skills, medication administration), lifespan and cultural considerations, and patient teaching • Interactive exercises in each case include multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, matching, sequencing, short-answer, and other types to challenge students and use a variety of approaches to enhance knowledge synthesis • Instructors can assign the modules as homework, classwork, or self-study • Students can submit their answers to NCLEX-style practice questions at the end of each module to instructors as a quiz/ homework/ test feature

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Lippincott’s Video Series for Brunner & Suddarth’s Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Student Set on CD-ROM/ 2009/ 978-1-60547-943-9 Student Set on DVD/ 2009/ 978-1-60547-942-2

Features: • Each module is approximately 30 minutes-ideal for classroom viewing or for homework or on-line assignments • Realistic settings and diverse patients and healthcare providers prepare students for actual clinical environments • Content shows how to link assessments with interventions and how to integrate skills and techniques learned in various courses with actual patient care • Multiple delivery methods are available to meet instructor and student needs and preferences

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Med-Surgical, Critical Care, Lab & Diagnostic

Brunner & Suddarth’s Handbook of Laboratory & Diagnostic Tests Michele August-Brady, PhD, RN, MSN December 2009/ 608 pp./ 35 illus./ 978-0-7817-9907-2

Features: • Concise, portable handbook of hundreds of test results and their implications • Two-part presentation includes a review of Specimen collection procedures followed by an alphabetic list of tests • Four-color design and illustrations • Alphabetic, color-coded list of tests • Concise, clinical facts • Alerts highlighting critical information and gerontologic concerns • Charts and illustrations comparing normal and abnormal findings

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Med-Surgical, Critical Care, Lab & Diagnostic

A Manual of Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests, Eighth Edition Frances Fischbach, RN, BSN, MSN

Marshall B. Dunning, III, BS, MS, PhD

2008/ 1344 pp./ 22 illus./ 978-0-7817-7194-8

Features: • Full-color, enhanced design • This text covers a broad range of laboratory and diagnostic tests and studies that are delivered to varied patient populations in varied settings • Chapters organized by type of study, then into subgroups by type of test so that the student does not need to know the exact name of the test • Each test organized by specific heads, ensuring consistency and thoroughness of coverage • Headings are organized by Test Name, Normal Values, Background, Explanation of Test, Procedure, Clinical Implications, Interfering Factors, Patient Preparation, and Patient Aftercare • Full-color design now more enhanced, with a better design to showcase • Clinical Alerts highlight critical safety information • Notes within the text provide helpful tips • Both conventional and SI units included • Addition of new lab tests

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Med-Surgical, Critical Care, Lab & Diagnostic

Critical Care Nursing: A Holistic Approach, North American Edition, Ninth Edition Patricia Gonce Morton, RN, PhD, ACNP, FAAN Dorrie Fontaine, RN, DNSc, FAAN 2008/ 1408 pp./ 510 illus./ 978-0-7817-6829-0

Features: • New! Health History boxes summarize key areas that should be covered and relevant information that may be revealed during the health history • New! Focus on Assessment Technique Art • New! Drug Therapy Display highlights information related to the administration and monitoring of drug therapy • Red Flags boxes alert students to risk factors, signs and symptoms, side effects, and complications • Collaborative Care Guides describe how the health care team works together to manage a patient’s illness and minimize complications Instructor Resources: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Full Text Online PowerPoint Presentations Guided Lecture Notes Learning Objectives Journal Articles Image Bank Syllabus Syllabus Conversion Guides Strategies for Effective Teaching Concepts in Action Animations Test Generator Monographs of 100 Most Commonly Prescribed Drugs Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities NCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials Student Resources: Full Text Online Learning Objectives Journal Articles Concepts in Action Animations NCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial Monographs of 100 Most Commonly Prescribed Drugs Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities

• Nursing Intervention Guides provide guidelines for carrying out key nursing interventions • Considerations for the Older Patient highlight the special needs of older adults • Discharge Planning Guides summarize what the students need to consider when preparing a patient for discharge from the hospital • Teaching Guides summarize key points for teaching patients and families • Nursing Diagnoses and Collaborative Problems Boxes summarize common NANDA nursing diagnoses and collaborative problems for particular conditions • Evidence-Based Practice Highlights • Case Studies appear at every clinical chapter and is followed by three to five short answer questions related to the case • Chapter outlines and learning objectives appear in the beginning of each chapter • Clinical Applicability Challenges appear at the end of each chapter • A list of current references cited in the chapter is given at the end of each chapter • Bibliography is provided at the end of each chapter to encourage further reading • Includes a complimentary and interactive front-of-book CD-ROM consisting of more resources for students Nursing Education Catalogue 2010

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Additional Titles Diagnostic Tests Made Incredibly Easy!, Incredibly Easy! Series®, Second Edition Springhouse April 2008/ 448 pp./ 130 illus./ 978-0-7817-8690-4

Nurses’ Quick Reference to Common Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests, Fifth Edition Frances Fischbach, RN, BSN, MSN Marshall B. Dunning, III, BS, MS, PhD February 1, 2010/ 704 pp./ Approx. 4 illus./ 978-0-7817-9616-3

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Pathophysiology

Featuring Titles from 2008 thru August 2010

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Pathophysiology

ACC Atlas of Pathophysiology, Third Edition Springhouse May 2009/ 464 pp./ 450 illus./ 978-1-60547-152-5

Features: • Illustrated pathophysiology of more than 200 disorders • New! Text has been thoroughly updated, including the latest diagnostic tests and treatments • 12 chapters on the pathophysiology of major disorders: cardiovascular, respiratory, neurologic, GI, musculoskeletal, hematologic, immunologic, endocrine, reproductive, renal, skin, and sensory • 450 full-color illustrations, large and visually appealing for quick comprehension and clear patient teaching

Special icons include: • New! Complications icon — covers typical progression of untreated disease • Age alert — variations in pathophysiologic processes, incidence, onset, and clinical appearance in specific age populations • Clinical tip — calls attention to important clinical information, such as auscultation tips in myocarditis; complications of pancreatitis and ulcerative colitis • Includes depictions of heart failure, valvular disease, ARDS, asthma, lung cancer, the anaphylactic cascade, tissue changes in Alzheimer’s disease, pressure ulcer development, ischemic stroke, AIDS, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s diseases, gastroesophageal reflux disease, endometriosis, renovascular hypertension, Lyme diseases, burns, and more • Introductory chapters on fundamentals such as cells, cancer, infection, immunity and inflammation, genetics, fluids and electrolytes, and acids and bases • Unique format, with illustrated pathophysiology on the righthand page and concise accompanying text on the left-hand page

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Pathophysiology: Concepts of Altered Health States, Eighth Edition Carol Mattson Porth, PhD, MSN Glenn Matfin, BSc (Hons), MB, ChB, DGM, FFMP, FACE, FACP, FRCP 2008/ 1680 pp./ 500 illus./ 978-0-7817-6616-6

Features: • New! Understanding displays showcase key physiological processes and phenomena of a disorder through detailed visual representation • New! Revamped art program includes over 100 new and modified illustrations • New! Flow charts depicting the interactions among the various mechanisms/body systems together, the integrated figures, flow charts, understanding feature, and clinical manifestation figures enable the student to fully understand all aspects of the disorder • New! Review exercises found at the end of each chapter Instructor & Student Resources: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Full Text Online Syllabi Image Bank Journal Articles Learning Objectives Test Generator PowerPoint Presentations Guided Lecture Notes Strategies for Effective Teaching Assignments with Answers Case Studies with Answers Discussion Topics with Answers Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers Assignments in Word Answers to Review Exercises in Text Concepts in Action™ Animations WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials: Weblinks NCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial NCLEX-style Chapter Review Questions Monographs of 100 Most Commonly Prescribed Drugs Clinical Simulation Case Studies Clinical Simulation Tutorials Dosage Calculation Quizzes

• New! Chapter 6, Genetic Control of Cell Function and Inheritance, has been rewritten to include new content on human genome project, protein synthesis, transcription factors, RNA silencing • New! Chapter 15, Disorders of White Blood Cells and Lymphoid Tissues, has been updated to reflect new materials on leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma • New! Added content on obesity and the metabolic syndrome Integrated pediatric coverage allows for a more streamlined, less redundant text • Intra-text summaries with a color screen behind them are found integrated throughout the text, forcing the student to pause and review salient points • Key Concepts Boxes are designed to help students retain and utilize information • A glossary provides a reference of commonly used terms • Helpful lists of common suffixes and prefixes, normal laboratory values in both conventional and SI units

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Pathophysiology

100 Case Studies in Pathophysiology Harold J. Bruyere, Jr., PhD October 2008/ 480pp./ 978-0-7817-6145-1

Features: • Organ systems approach to categorize human diseases and other health conditions • Patient Cases incorporate new medical terms and abbreviations • Case studies are divided into a Disease Summary of a specific health condition and a relevant patient case • Disease Summaries, on the CD-ROM, assess the student’s understanding or require the student to conduct more extensive research of the medical literature • Patient Cases, in the printed workbook, present detailed information that stimulates real-life patients • Critical thinking and problem solving questions Instructor & Student Resources: • Answers to the questions found in the Disease Summary and Patient Case sections • Image Bank • Over 150 color photographs and illustrations • Disease Summary

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Pathophysiology

Additional Titles Lippincott’s Online Course in Pathophysiology Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Pathophysiology Made Incredibly Easy! Incredibly Easy! Series®, Fourth Edition

2 Versions Available in June 2009 Online Course for Porth’s Pathophysiology 978-1-60831-141-5 Online Course for Porth’s Essentials of Pathophysiology 978-1-60831-139-2

Springhouse

Pathophysiology: An Incredibly Easy! Pocket Guide, Second Edition

Pathophysiology Made Incredibly Visual!, Incredibly Easy! Series®

Springhouse

Springhouse

July 2009/ 416 pp./ 978-1-60547-253-9

2007/ 256 pp./ 978-1-58255-555-3

2008/ 544 pp./ 978-0-7817-7912-8

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Pharmacology & Dosage Calculation

Featuring Titles from 2008 thru August 2010

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Pharmacology & Dosage Calculation

Focus on Nursing Pharmacology, Fifth Edition Amy M. Karch, RN, MS December 2009/ 1088 pp./ 153 illus./ 978-0-7817-8982-0

Features: • Drug Therapy Across the Lifespan boxes summarize the important differences in drug effects in children, adults, and older adults • Focus Points boxes summarize important concepts throughout the chapters • Drugs in Focus tables provide a quick guide to dosages, routes, and usual indications • Nursing Considerations contain the rationale for each nursing intervention • Focus on Clinical Skills provide accurate drug administration practices and nursing interventions Instructor & Student Resources: • Full Text Online • PowerPoints with Images • Guided Lecture Notes • Image Collection • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Learning Objectives • Discussion Topics with Answers • Assignments with Answers • Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers • Concepts in Action Animations • Syllabi • Test Generator • Watch & Learn Video Clips • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials

• Prototype Summaries inform the student about the indications, actions, pharmacokinetics, half-life, and adverse effects of the most typical drug in a drug class • Focus on the Evidence boxes • Focus on Patient Safety material alerts students to potentially serious drug to drug interactions, drug name confusions, and common dosing errors • Herbal and Alternative Therapies • Focus on Calculations help students practice and refine math skills • Reality-based Critical Thinking Scenarios appear at the end of each chapter • Check Your Understanding sections provide students with NCLEX-style questions

• Monographs of 100 Most Commonly Prescribed Drugs • Dosage Calculation Quizzes • NCLEX-Style Chapter Review Questions • NCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial

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Lippincott’s Online Course in Pharmacology Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Versions Available in December 2009

Online Course for Karch’s Focus on Nursing Pharmacology Online Course for Abrams’ Clinical Drug Therapy Online Course for Aschenbrenner’s Drug Therapy in Nursing

978-1-60831-133-0 978-1-60831-114-9 978-1-60831-131-6

Features: • Modular Format (8 total modules) and each module covers one topic and consists of three sections: 1) Tutorial 2) Case Study and 3) NCLEX-style questions section. Detail on each of the three sections is as follows: • Tutorials ensure effective conceptual learning for students through an intense review of the topic-area in that particular module using varied media such as interactive graphics and animations to drive home key concepts • Case Studies challenge students to apply what they have learned in the tutorial section by asking them to make decisions in real-world scenarios • NCLEX questions prepare students for the NCLEX exam by quizzing them on what they have just learned and applied • Interactive exercises include: Multiple-Choice, Sequencing, Drag and Drop text, Drag and Drop Image, Compare-Text Entry, Line Matching, Solitaire, True/False, Quiz Show, Categorization, and Drop-down Fill-in-the-blanks • Detailed Remediation: Each quiz in the module contains remediation back to the appropriate content in the book that links back to Karch, Abrams, Aschenbrenner, Roach’s, and Incredibly Easy • Journal Articles: Between two and three articles per module are available to supplement core concepts addressed in the module • Links to Web Sites and bibliographic information are found within each module • Course cartridges are available, with full LMS functionality, including reporting and grade book

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Pharmacology & Dosage Calculation

Dosage Calculations Made Incredibly Easy! Incredibly Easy! Series®, Fourth Edition Springhouse 2009/ 384 pp./ 978-1-60547-197-6

Features: • New! “Dosage drills” — practice problems to solve • New! Bar code information • New! Expanded coverage of automated medication dispensing systems • New! Additional Case Studies • New! The latest standards from the Joint Commission & The Institute for Safe Medication Practices • New! Two four-color sections (8 pages total): • A summary of key points • Abundant illustrations that clearly explain difficult concepts • Ballot boxes and checklists that make it easy to spot important points at a glance • Charts, illustrations, and tables that highlight key facts • Clear, simple explanations of all types of calculations • Definitions of key terms • Logos to alert students to essential information • Quick quizzes at the end of each chapter that help the student assess learning

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Additional Titles 2010 Lippincott’s Nursing Drug Guide with Web Resources Amy M. Karch, RN, MS

Nursing2010 Drug Handbook with Web Toolkit, Thirtieth Edition Springhouse

July 2009/ 1504 pp./ 978-1-60547-554-7

May 2009/ 1536 pp./ 978-1-60547-353-6

Math for Nurses: A Pocket Guide to Dosage Calculation and Drug Preparation, Seventh Edition

Dosage Calculation Made Incredibly Easy! Incredibly Easy! Series

Mary Jo Boyer, RN, DNSc

Springhouse January 6, 2009 / 384pp./ 978-1-60547-197-6

2008/ 368 pp./ 30 illus./ 978-0-7817-6335-6

MediQuik Drug Cards, Seventeenth Edition Springhouse July 2009/ 912 pp./ 978-1-60547-151-8

Dosage Calculations: An Incredibly Easy! Workout Incredibly Easy! Series® Springhouse March 3, 2008 / 256pp / Approx. 100 illus./ 978-0-7817-8307-1

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Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing, Fifth Edition Sheila L. Videbeck PhD, RN February 12, 2010/ 576 pp./ Approx. 79 Illus./ 978-1-60547-861-6

Features: • Clinical Vignettes • Client and Family Education • Therapeutic Communication • DSM-IV-TR boxes • Nursing Care Plans This fully updated Fifth Edition explores the full psychiatric nursing curriculum, from theoretical foundations to application of interventions for commonly encountered disorders. The focus is on treatment modalities, nursing care, therapeutic communication, and self-awareness. The built-in study guide helps reinforce student learning and knowledge retention. Abundant features highlight the most pertinent learning concepts.

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Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing

Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing for Canadian Practice Wendy Austin PhD, RN

Mary Ann Boyd RN, PhD, DNS

April 7, 2010/ 1040 pp./ Approx. 136 Illus./ 978-0-7817-9593-7

Features:

Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing for Canadian Practice

• New! New unit (4 entire chapters, Unit 4) on on Mental Health Promotion with up-to-date evidence on stress management, adult mental health promotion, and suicide. In addition, three additional chapters (16, 28, and 31) address Mental Health Promotion across the lifespan within the chapters • New! Separate units (6 and 7)on the child/adolescent and the elderly help students provide appropriate care across the life span. This is an approach unique to Boyd • New! Ancillary Package • New! New chapter on Nursing Care of the Patient in Forensic Settings

Instructor & Student Resource CD-ROM: • NCLEX alternate-item format tutorial • Spanish-English audio glossary • Clinical Simulations • Psychotropic drug monographs • Movie viewing guides PowerPoint slides with images • Image bank (JPG and PDF); NCLEX-style test questions (Test Generator) • Answers to movie-viewing guide questions. thePoint • NCLEX style chapter review questions • NCLEX alternate-item format tutorial • Spanish-English audio glossary • Full Text Online Instructor Resources • Syllabi • Strategies for effective teaching • Learning Objectives • 38 Journal Articles • Guided Lecture Notes • Discussion Topics with Answers • Assignments with Answers • Pre Lecture Quiz • Powerpoint Presentation • Lesson Plans

• New! Newly revised Sleep Disorders chapter, previously a Web-only feature, is restored to the text • New! Nursing Diagnosis Concept Maps in selected disorder chapters provide a roadmap to understanding • New! Reflective boxes for critical thinking challenge students to examine key issues affecting daily practice • New! Reflective boxes for critical thinking challenge students to examine key issues affecting daily practice • Previous edition was AJN Book of the Year Award winner 2005 • Emergency nursing alerts identify potential crises and define the nurse’s role and responsibilities in their management • Emphasis on evidence-based practice shows how the latest research supports key nursing decisions • Family focus includes a separate chapter on family assessment and integrates critical family content throughout each chapter • Emphasis on psychopharmacologic content throughout the text emphasizes management of side effects and client/family education

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Lippincott’s Handbook for Psychiatric Nursing and Care Planning Springhouse January 2009/ 640 pp./ 978-1-58255-730-4

Features: • Sized for portability, this user-friendly handbook is spiral bound with a unique four-color design that makes it easy to access in any setting • Consistent presentation within and across sections facilitates student understanding and allows for easy navigation • Contains 34 commonly used assessment • 84 individual drug monographs provide comprehensive drug information in an easy to understand format • 28 care plans integrate NANDA, NIC, and NOC labels, enabling students to become familiar with the language of nursing • Coverage of Treatments prepares students for using the correct approaches with patients in a clinical setting

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Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing

Handbook of Psychiatric Drug Therapy, Sixth Edition Lawrence A. Labbate, MD Maurizio Fava, MD

Jerrold F. Rosenbaum, MD George W. Arana, MD

August 2009/ 320 pp./ 978-0-7817-7486-4

Features: • Coverage of each drug includes mechanisms of action, indications, side effects, interactions, method of use, and caveats regarding special populations such as pregnant and elderly patients • Provides specific prescribing recommendations, including dosage and duration of use, for individual drugs • Tables provide at-a-glance information and a disease-specific table of contents directs students quickly to relevant drug chapters • Disease-specific index at the front directs students to major discussions of clinical disorders and drugs used for treatment • Extensive tables present key findings on clinical trials, indications, dosage, efficacy and side effects

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Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing: Evidence-Based Concepts, Skills, and Practices, Seventh Edition Wanda K. Mohr, PhD, RN, FAAN 2008/ 912 pp./ 433 illus./ 978-0-7817-9097-0

Features: • New! 25 Evidence-based Practice Spotlights summarize validated studies and findings and set forth the implications for nursing practice • New! Evidence-based Practice Summary tables compare and contrast the level of evidence supporting various interventions • New! 12 new Case-in-Point studies take students through the nursing process steps for managing various client/family scenarios • New! Over 30 Case Vignettes with accompanying Reflection and Critical Thinking Questions give students the chance to consider how they would apply their knowledge in dealing with realistic client scenarios Instructor & Student Resources: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

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Full Text Online Syllabi Strategies for Effective Teaching Learning Objectives Image Bank Journal Articles Test Generator PowerPoint Slides with Images Guided Lecture Notes Lesson Plans Psychotropic Drug Monographs Case studies with Answers Discussion Topics with Answers Assignments with Answers Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers Movie Viewing Guides with Answers Answers to Checkpoint Questions Answers to Think About It Issues Answers to Study Questions WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials Clinical Simulation Case Studies Movie Viewing Guides NCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial NCLEX-style Chapter Review Questions

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• New! 10 Understanding Biologic Foundations combine text and illustrations to build an understanding of core biologic processes, neuroanatomy, neurotransmission, and pathophysiology • New! Cultural Spotlight boxes in several chapters help students understand and be sensitive to their clients’ cultural environment • New! Healthy People 2010 boxes summarize key objectives associated with particular chapters, promoting health and today’s community-based care settings • New! New illustrations and photos help convey crucial points and assist visual learners in understanding symptoms, interventions, biologic mechanisms, and the characteristics and needs of distinct clients • New! New Unit III, The Nurse-Client Relationship, includes two new chapters that help students understand their role as caregivers: Chapter 8, Nursing Values, Attitudes, and SelfAwareness, and Chapter 10, The Interview and Assessment Process • New! Unit V, Settings for Care, contains a new chapter on inpatient care settings as well as fully revised chapters with the information on community and forensic settings • New! New Unit VII, Psychiatric Emergencies, examines situations that require directed, acute intervention such as anger, aggression, violence, and abuse, including a new chapter on Suicide and Suicidal Behavior • New! New Chapter 18, Somatic Therapies, explores bodybased, nonpharmacological approaches to treatment


Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing

Lippincott’s Manual of Psychiatric Nursing Care Plans, Eighth Edition Judith M. Schultz, RN, MS

Sheila L. Videbeck, PhD, RN

2008/ 464 pp./ 978-0-7817-6868-9

Features: • Expanded content on evidence-based outcomes, increased coverage of the grieving process, expanded psychopharmacology content, ANA standards of care, support group information, and screening tools • Accompanying CD-ROM and online resource offers printable nursing care plans, customizable assessment tool and psychotropic drug monographs • Comprehensive content, including a rationale for each and every intervention to help you understand the why you are performing the steps • Provides the latest information on NANDA nursing diagnoses and hospital outcomes Instructor & Student Resources:

• Expanded content on evidence-based outcomes for each care plan to ensure you are using the best standards of practice

• 52 Nursing Care Plans • Psychotropic Drug Monographs • Customizable Assessment Tool • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials

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Additional Titles Lippincott’s Interactive Case Studies in Psychiatric Mental Health Lippincott Williams & Wilkins 2008/ 978-1-60547-356-7

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Lippincott’s Video Guide to Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Assessment Lippincott Williams & Wilkins February 2009/ 978-1-60547-429-8


Research, Statistic & Theory

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Theoretical Basis for Nursing, Third Edition Melanie McEwen, PhD, RN, CS

Evelyn Willis, PhD, RN

February 1, 2010/ 528 pp./Approx. 32 Illus./ 978-1-60547-323-9

Features: • NEW! NEW instructional support • NEW! Expanded discussions of situation-specific theories • NEW! More detailed explanation of evidence-based practice and its relationship to theory in nursing • NEW! Numerous recent examples of application of theories in nursing practice, nursing research, leadership/administration, and education • Case studies demonstrate how to apply theory to real-world nursing practice • End-of-chapter summaries review key content and reinforce essential concepts Instructor Resources : • Journal Articles • PowerPoint Presentation • Spanish-English Audio Glossary • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Test Generator Questions • Student Resource Center • Journal Articles • Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities by Nita Jane Carrington: PDF and Flash version • Spanish-English Audio Glossary Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM • PowerPoint Presentation • Test Generator Questions

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• Exemplars clarify critical concepts demonstrating application of theory to practice • Learning Activities encourage independent and collaborative research and promote critical thinking


Research, Statistic & Theory

An Introduction to Theory & Reasoning in Nursing, Third Edition Betty M. Johnson, PhD, RN

Pamela B. Webber, PhD, FNP

March 2009/ 352 pp./ 41 illus./ 978-0-7817-9103-8

Features: • Nursing Story boxes illustrate the use of theory and reasoning as they elate to concepts • Theorist boxes highlight important aspects of each theorist’s life, enabling students to understand the person behind the theory • Summaries of Individual Support Theories and Nursing Theories identify phenomena, internal concepts or variables, propositions, assumptions, and external variables • Learning activities help students understand and apply theory, research, and reasoning • Chapter Overview help students focus on what they should learn and how it can be applied to practice • Key words and concepts provide a ready reference for students • Chapter outlines give students the organization and arrangement of content as well as the relationships it might have with theory, knowledge, research, reasoning, and practice • Chapter summaries provide brief comments about the chapter • Internet Guide acquaints students with theorists and their theories as well as what scholars are talking about related to the influence of theories in nursing education, practice, and research

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Essentials of Nursing Research: Appraising Evidence for Nursing Practice, Seventh Edition Denise F. Polit, PhD

Cheryl Tatano Beck, DNSc, CNM, FAAN

January 2009/ 624 pp./ 32 illus./ 978-0-7817-8153-4

Features: • New! Upfront and consistent emphasis on Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) • New! New Material reflecting Medical Research Methodology • New! Improved content on Qualitative Methods, including a new chapter Chapter 18, Trustworthiness and Integrity in Qualitative Research • New! Greater assistance with Interpretation within a framework for both Chapter 16, Rigor and Interpretation in Qualitative Research, and Chapter 18, Trustworthiness and Integrity in Qualitative Research

Instructor & Student Resources: • Strategies for Effective Teaching • PowerPoint Presentations • Test Generator • Learning Objectives • Journal Articles • Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities • Image Bank • Answers to Select Study Guide Exercises • Answers to Critical Thinking Activities • Critiquing Guidelines • Research Articles • Critiques for Research Articles • Internet Resources • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials • Student Toolkit • Critiques for Research Articles • Self-Study Review Questions with Rationales

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• New! The Toolkit offers support for Research Appraisals is included in each chapter to aid students in reading and appraising research journal articles–Clear, user-friendly writing style introduce concepts carefully and systematically • Colorful graphics, in the form of supportive tables, figures, and examples reinforce the text and offer visual stimulation • Each chapter includes critiquing guidelines for conducting a research report • Each chapter concludes with one or two actual research examples designed to highlight critical points made in the chapter and to sharpen critical thinking • Tips for Consumers offer practical guidance and “tips” on how to translate the abstract notions of research methods into more concrete applications • Student Learning Objectives in each chapter focus attention on critical content • Key Terms are defined in context and bolded when first used in the text • Bulleted Summary Points, included at the end of each chapter, enhance and reinforce student learning by focusing on salient chapter content • Four full-length Research Articles — two quantitative and two qualitative — appear in the appendices of the textbook and on the CD-ROM


Research, Statistic & Theory

Statistics for Nursing & Allied Health Stacey Beth Plichta, ScD

Laurel S. Garzon, PhD, PNP

2008/ 352 pp./ 106 illus./ 978-0-7817-5459-0

Description: • Systematic research approach includes a step-by-step process to assist students of identifying a problem or question, selecting the relevant variables, and using the most appropriate statistical method • Learning Objectives present what the student will accomplish from reading each chapter • Historical Notes, Included at the beginning of each chapter, provide a brief history of the chapter topic • SPSS Screen Shots depict procedures commonly used in SPSS software, and show step-by-step examples to aid visual learners • SPSS Output Tables show the output from procedures presented in SPSS screen shots Instructor & Student Resources: • Syllabus • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Learning Objectives • PowerPoint with Images • Test Generator • Nursing Professional Roles & Responsibilities

• Stem-and-Leaf Plot Tables present a histogram-style graphing of data, in which the shape of data presented in the table resembles the image of a stem and leaf • Putting it all Together Summaries pinpoint specific content to facilitate learning • Chapter Review, located at the end of each chapter, provide several types of tests, including multiple choice questions, computational problems, critical thinking exercises, and others

• Answers to Questions in the Book • NCLEX Tutorial • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials

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Middle Range Theories: Application to Nursing Research, Second Edition Sandra Peterson, RN, PhD

Timothy Bredow, RN, PhD

2008/ 448 pp./ 22 illus./ 978-0-7817-8562-4

Features: • New! Critical Thinking Exercises for all theories help students arrive at a clearer understanding of each theory • New! New Chapter 5, The AACN Synergy Model • New! New Chapter 9, Caring • Definition of Key Terms, appearing at the beginning of each chapter, provides conceptual definitions to aid the students’ understanding of the theory • Using Middle Range Theories provides clear examples of how each theory is used in published research • Analysis of Theory appears at the end of each chapter allowing students to arrive at their own conclusions about the theory with comparison to a nurse scholar’s evaluation, found in Appendix A • Research Applications provide a sample of the theory modeling the research process • Criteria for critiquing theories show students what goes into a thorough critique • Critiquing format provides a standard template to help students complete a critique • Clear examples illustrate how Physiological, Cognitive, Emotional, Social, and Integrative theories have been successfully used in nursing research studies

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Qualitative Research in Nursing Advancing the Humanistic Imperative, Fifth Edition Helen J. Streubert Speziale EdD

Dona Rinaldi Carpenter EdD, RN, CS

October 1, 2010 / 496pp./ 978-0-7817-9600-2

Features:

Qualitative Research in Nursing Advancing the Humanistic Imperative, Fifth Edition

• NEW: Increased discussion on application of qualitative research • NEW: May divide Phenomenology chapter into two chapters (currently ch. 5) • NEW: New research articles • Critiquing guidelines for each method provide a systematic approach, including questions to ask, when evaluating aspects of published research • Describes philosophy and procedural steps in each approach to illustrate the underlying assumptions of each and how each is implemented • Details writing the qualitative research proposal and outlining the agenda • Emphasizes ethical considerations and methodological triangulation, instrument development and software usage • Expands on the use of data generation and analysis strategies • Includes sample of a funded qualitative research grant • Tables of published research offer resources for further reading

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Canadian

Featuring Titles from 2008 thru August 2010

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Brunner & Suddarth’s Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing: Canadian Edition, Second Edition Rene A. Day, PhD, RN Pauline Paul, PhD, RN

Beverly Williams, PhD, RN

October 2009/ 2428 pp./ 780 illus./ 978-0-7817-9989-8

Features: • A Complete and Thorough Adaptation. This edition is updated page-by-page to ensure content is relevant to Canadian practice • Canadian nursing organizations and web sites, the food guide and body mass index, the CNA code of ethics, use of SI units, and more • Nursing Research Profiles: This popular feature is updated to include Canadian research, where appropriate • Genetics in Nursing Practices: In addition to a new Genetics chapter, students are alerted throughout the text to genetic components that are related to diseases and disorders • Nursing Process sections clarify the nurse’s roles and responsibilities in caring for patients with selected disorders Instructor Resources: • PowerPoint Slides • Test Generator • Journal Articles

Student Resources: • Watch & Learn Video Clips • Clinical Simulations • Dosage Calculation Quizzes • Concepts in Action Animations • And much more!

• Glossary at the beginning of each chapter lets students review vocabulary words before reading the chapter • Critical thinking exercises at the end of each chapter • Plan of Nursing Care charts illustrate how the nursing process is applied to meet the person’s health care and nursing needs • Guidelines charts review key nursing interventions and rationales for specific patient care situations • Clinical chapters contain both nursing and medical management component with an emphasis on teaching patients self-care (under nursing management) and varied treatment modalities (under medical management) • Nursing Alert feature offers brief tips and red-flag warnings for clinical practice • Assessment charts focus the student’s attention on data that should be collected as part of the assessment step of the nursing process • Risk factor charts draw the student’s attention to factors that can impair health • Health Promotion Focus boxes provides tips for better selfcare

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Canadian Maternity, Newborn, & Women’s Health Nursing, First Canadian Edition Robin J. Evans, RN, PNC(C), PhD Marilyn K. Evans, RN, MN, PhD

Yvonne M.R. Brown Susan A. Orshan, PhD, RN, BC

2009/ 1104 pp./ 676 illus./ 978-0-7817-8836-6

Features: • Progressive Case Studies incorporated throughout each chapter provide real-life scenarios to perfect students critical thinking skills • Nursing Care Plans that relate to the progressive case studies found throughout each chapter • Unique! Includes information on immigrant population and the healthcare issues associated with this group • Presents a Canadian approach to maternity and women’s health issues • Pharmacology Boxes present mechanisms of action, usual dosages, common side effects, and implications for the students to consider Instructor & Student Resources: • Full Text Online • PowerPoint Slides with Images • Test Generator • Image Bank Collection • Learning Objectives • 24 Journal Articles • Watch & Learn Video Clips • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Monographs of 100 Most Commonly Prescribed Drugs • Answers to Questions found in the text • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials: • Watch & Learn Video Clips • Complete Contents Online

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• Full-color art program, with 250 illustrations and 300 photographs • Teaching Tips present client and family education to ensure health promotion, disease prevention, and illness management • Nursing Research Boxes for students to understand and apply the latest evidence-based practices • Assessment Tools assist students with gathering patient history and physical examination process • Nursing Procedures provide a step-by-step visual presentation illustrating how to perform the procedure with special considerations and appropriate rationale


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Canadian Essentials of Nursing Research, Third Edition Carmen G. Loiselle, PhD, RN Joanne Profetto-McGrath, PhD, RN

Denise F. Polit, PhD Cheryl Tatano Beck, DNSc, CNM, FAAN

February 2010 / 512 pp./ 23 illus./978-1-60547-729-9

Features: • NEW! Early introduction to evidence-based practice in Chapter 1 provides a full appreciation of nursing research and its relevance to practice • NEW! Concrete examples of nursing research in Canada aids understanding of the research underlying clinical practice guidelines • NEW! Four research reports (two with complete critiques) provide opportunities to link research concepts to real-world applications • NEW! New resources for students and instructors, created specifically for Canadian Essentials of Nursing Research, 3e Instructor & Student Resources: • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Nursing Professional Roles and Responsibilities • Learning Objectives • PowerPoint Presentation • Journal Articles • Test Generator Questions • Student Resource Center • Instructor’s Resource CD-ROM

• Research Examples and Critical Thinking Activities: Each chapter includes examples of studies in abstract style and critical thinking activities so that students can evaluate features of actual studies • Tips: Each chapter contains tips on what is included in research reports • Guidelines for Critiquing Research Reports: Boxes containing guidelines for conducting a critique provide a list of questions that walk students through a study • Learning Objectives are identified at the outset of each chapter • Summary Points are provided at the end of each chapter • Methodologic and Theoretical References are provided at the end of the book to direct the student’s further inquiry

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Porth’s Pathophysiology: Concepts of Altered Health States, First Canadian Edition Ruth Hannon, MSFNP, MHA, BNSc, RN Carol Mattson Porth, PhD, MSN Charlotte Pooler, RN, BScN, MN, PhD October 2009/ 1616 pp./ 165 illus./ 978-1-60547-781-7

Features: • New and Improved art program • Key Process art illustrates complex processes in a linear fashion • New animations aid visual learners • End-of-chapter review exercises with answers • Geriatric, pediatric and pregnancy considerations are integrated within the text and are delineated by an icon for easy reference • Key concept boxes assist students retain and use the text information by identifying the major ideas or concepts • Tables and charts are designed to present complex information in a format that is meaningful and easy to remember Instructor Resources: • Test Generator • Image Bank • PowerPoint Presentations

• Glossary, prefix/suffix charts • In-chapter mini-summaries assist students in understanding difficult concepts • Section-by-section Objectives throughout chapter

Student Resources: • Journal Articles • Concepts in Action Animations • Free CD-ROM found in the front of the book

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• Table of laboratory values includes Canadian (SI) and conventional units, as well as Internet addresses for conversion resources


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Clinical Drug Therapy for Canadian Practice Kathleen Marion Brophy, BN, Med Heather Scarlett-Ferguson, BSP, MDE

Karen Webber, RN, MN

March 1, 2010 / 1168 pp./ Approx. 120 Illus./ 978-1-60547-517-2

Features: • Apply Your Knowledge case studies

Clinical Drug Therapy for Canadian Practice

• CRNE-style questions • Drugs at a Glance tables • Now in full-color! • Nsg process framework • Patient teaching guidelines • Research briefs

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Realities of Canadian Nursing: Professional, Practice, and Power Issues, Third Edition Marjorie McIntyre 2009/ 512 pp./ 11 illus./ 978-0-7817-8981-3

Features: • New! New chapter (chapter 20): Orientating to difference: Beyond heteronormative sexualities which addresses issues emerging in the Canadian health care landscape related to new same sex marriage legislation and other health related issues for persons of non-heterosexual orientation • New! New chapter (chapter 21): Integrated health care: Possibilities for nursing practice addresses issues arising for nurses related to alternative (non-medical) approaches to health care • Purely Canadian content • Reflections on the chapters appear at the end of each chapter challenge students to think, to decide, and to generate positive change • Chapters written by contributors who constitute a Who’s Who of Canadian (and international) nursing • Comprehensive reference and resource lists • Committed message and viewpoint; critical feminist approach is well received by reviewers

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Henke’s Med-Math, First Canadian Edition Brenda Predham, RN, BScN October 2009/ 480 pp./ 150 illus./ 978-0-7817-9986-7

Features: • Format is structured to first review foundational math concepts, and then present drug information and required knowledge related to accurate dosage calculations • Multiple Dosage Calculation Methodologies: formula, ratio, proportion and dimensional analysis are all taught, allowing students to adopt their preferred method • Real world examples: dosage problems simulate actual clinical experience and provide a step-by-step approach to problem solving • Self-tests allow students to gauge their existing knowledge • Proficiency tests at the end of each chapter allow students to evaluate learning Instructor Resources: • PowerPoint Slides • Test Generator

• Critical Thinking: Test Your Clinical Savvy: Special sections are designed to help students place their knowledge into the clinical context

Student Resources: • Dosage Calculation Quizzes • Watch & Learn Video Clips • Monographs of 100 Most Commonly

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Handbook of Nursing Diagnosis Canadian Edition, Thirteenth Edition Lynda Juall Carpenito-Moyet, RN, MSN, CRNP August 2009/ 768 pp./ 978-1-60831-354-9

Features: • CNSA endorsed quick and easy-to-carry resource • New! Revised to incorporate the 2009-2010 NANDA-approved nursing diagnoses • Key concepts and major principles for nursing care are identified and grouped according to specific populations • Author’s Notes provide helpful personal tips for insight on various diagnoses • Comprehensive information of Nursing Interventions Classifications (NIC) and Nursing Outcomes Classifications (NOC) • Special icons alert students about specific considerations to be made for special populations • Laminated card groups common diagnoses organized by Functional Health Patterns

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2010 Lippincott’s Nursing Drug Guide, Canadian Version Amy M. Karch, RN, MS July 2009/ 1504 pp./ 978-1-60831-113-2

Features: • New! Information on more than 15 new drugs • New! More than 1,200 additions, changes, and updates on indications, dosages, and administration • New! New icon identifying dangerous drugs • New! New icon identifying new indications • Endorsed by the Canadian Nursing Students’ Association • Alphabetically organized by generic drug name to enable quick access to information • Appendix giving guidelines for disposal of medications • Appendix on patient teaching to prevent medication errors • Appendix with mini-monographs on over 200 less commonly used drugs • Interactions by Drug-drug, Drug-food, Drug-lab tests, Drugalternative therapy Instructor Resources: • Website ancillary of 200 commonly used drugs with patient teaching aids

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Canadian-Bates Guide To Health Assessment for Nurses Tracey Stephen, RN, BSN, MSN D. Lynne Skillen, RN, PhD

Rene A. Day, RN, PhD Lynn S. Bickley, MD

July 2009/ 880 pp./ 1016 illus./ 978-0-7817-7867-1

Features: • Illustrated reviews of pertinent anatomy and physiology begin each body-system chapter • Extensive health history sections review essential interview questions and common symptoms related to each body region • Classic two-column format guides the approach to physical examination, distinguishing techniques from findings for quick reference • Detailed Tables of Abnormalities provide a guide to differential diagnosis and expose students to the scope of variations and problems they are likely to encounter in practice

Instructor & Student Resources: • Syllabus • 11 Workshops • 5 Sessions • Overview • Suggested Course Organization • Sample Student Evaluation • Author Profiles • Tips for Great Write-Ups • Tips for a Great Verbal Presentation • Journal Articles • PowerPoint Slides • Image Bank • Test Generator • Heart and Breath Sounds • Concepts in Action Animations • Watch and Learn Video Clips • Practice and Learn Interactives • History and Physical Examination Form • Presentation Format for New Patients • Learning Objectives

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• Research summaries highlight readings and reports for Canadian nurses to underscore the importance of aligning findings with practice • Canadian Resource sections provide pertinent Web Sites for students to conduct independent research and investigation • Cultural Icons highlight special considerations pertinent to demographic groups in Canada that nurses should be aware of relevant to history taking, examinations and abnormalities • Critical thinking exercises and practice questions at the ends of chapters reinforce learning


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Nursing Leadership from a Canadian Perspective Verna C. Pangman, RN, BA, MEd, MN

Clare Pangman, BSc, BEd, MA, PhD

April 2009/ 400 pp./ 42 illus./ 978-0-7817-7794-0

Features: • Quotes appear at the beginning of each chapter from a Canadian leader related to the chapter topic • Chapter overviews in each chapter assist students focus their learning • Learner-centred objectives follow the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy, which places emphasis on instructional delivery and assessment and it enables students to proceed into the chapter with a personal road map • Reflective Thinking Questions are designed to encourage students to pause, think about what he or she has just read, and apply the material to his or her own development

Instructor & Student Resources: • Full Text Online • Learning Objectives • PowerPoints with Images • Journal Articles • CRNE-Style Test Questions • Test Generator • Strategies for Effective Teaching • WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials

• Reflections on Leadership Practice boxes include hypothetical situations and related questions prompt students to think in detail about particular clinical experiences, enabling them to gain additional insights into leadership situations • Current Leadership Issues are presented with related questions to guide students to think critically and to apply the theoretical knowledge gained in the chapter • Each chapter concludes with a list of useful and related websites • Each chapter concludes with a reference list that provides updated sources of information to support the chapter content and evidence-based practice

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Nursing Care Plans and Documentation, Canadian Version, Fifth Edition Lynda Juall Carpenito-Moyet, RN, MSN, CRNP 2008/ 978-1-60547-717-6

Features: • Endorsed by the CNSA • New! Innovative chapter on wellness discusses how to improve hospitalized patient outcomes • New! New chapter covers moral distress in nursing and includes strategies to reduce its effects on nurses • New! New Section 1 now includes Nursing Diagnosis Risk for Compromised Human Dignity • A comprehensive resource that presents the most likely diagnoses and collaborative problems with step-by-step guidance on nursing action, and rationales for interventions • Includes helpful Author notes that provide advice on how to implement a course of care • Includes over 70 care plans that translate theory into clinical practice • Includes physician-prescribed interventions and relevant documentation in each care plan • Presents collaborative problems clearly and directs students to the physiological complications that they need to monitor

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Lippincott’s CRNE Prep Guide Elaine Schow, RN, BScN, MN

Christina Murray, BA, BScN, RN, MN

2008/ 409 pp./ 20 illus./ 978-0-7817-7907-4

Features: • Endorsed by the Canadian Nursing Students’ Association • Comprehensive overview of the format of the CRNE • Hundreds of multiple-choice and short-answer practice questions • Two comprehensive CRNE practice examinations • Chapter on test-taking strategies, fully preparing students for CRNE success • Content review organized according to competency categories • Coverage of each nursing specialty area, including Professional Practice • Review chapters written following the CRNE format • Final chapter comprising two comprehensive practice CRNE exams

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NCLEX

Featuring Titles from 2008 thru August 2010

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Lippincott’s Content Review for NCLEX-RN Diane M. Billings EdD, RN, FAAN November 19, 2009/ 1088 pp./ Approx. 35 Illus./ 978-1-58255-515-7

Features: • Full-color • More than 1,500 questions in text and on CD-ROM • Many of the questions are alternate-format • Organized by body system • Several tables deal with management of conditions/disorders. • Quick Review (Disorder Definition Tables): These include content such as Congenital Cardiac Defects, and Infections During Pregnancy • Most of the tables in this first edition are original to the book (90% are original). Many of these tables deal with pharmacologic and parenteral herapies • Client Needs section, which deals with the “application” of content: actions the nurse would take, and clinical decisions that should be made. These sections will have a special icon in the text

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NCLEX

NCLEX-RN New Format Questions, Third Edition Springhouse December 30, 2008 / 320 pp./ 978-1-60547-199-0

Features: • NEW! 2 brand-new comprehensive tests, each with 75 questions (90% traditional, 10% alternate format) • NEW! All questions thoroughly reviewed, revised, and updated as needed • NEW! Critical thinking test-taking strategy added for each alternate-format question, along with a reference citation and the applicable integrative process • NEW! New section on preparing for the NCLEX exam, including examples of each type of question and strategies for answering each type

Instructor Resources: • An NCLEX tutorial plus all questions in the book will appear on thePoint

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Lippincott’s Review For NCLEX-PN Barbara K. Timby RNC, MS June 1, 2009/ 528 pp./ Approx. 27 Illus./978-0-7817-9881-5

Description: • The most popular question-and-answer review for the NCLEX-PN® is now in its Eighth Edition. Written to conform to the new 2008 NCLEX-PN® test plan, this edition includes all new question types on the exam and new questions on leadership, management, and delegation • The book contains over 2,200 questions in various review tests and comprehensive examinations. Questions are organized by specialty area and coded by client needs category and subcategory. Rationales for both correct and incorrect answers are included • A bound-in CD-ROM contains all of the book’s questions in interactive format, with features for test-taking mode and study mode, plus an alternate-format question tutorial

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NCLEX Review 4000 Study Software For NCLEX-RN Springhouse March 18, 2008/ 978-0-7817-7790-2

Features: • A “Hint” button in the review mode teaches students how to read the stem for clues to the correct answer • Client-needs categories and subcategories for each question • Detailed progress reports pinpoint strengths and weaknesses • Three study modes–pretest, review, and test–offer flexibility and give correct and incorrect answers with rationales and supporting references • Valuable glossary provides definitions for more than 600 medical terms • 243 alternate-item questions

New to NCLEX 4000 • 500 NEW questions, delivering a total of more than 4,000 review questions • Updated to reflect the National Council of State Boards of Nursing’s latest test plan, including all forms of alternate-format questions • Important new questions on prioritizing and delegation, a hot topic on the NCLEX exam • Remediation (i.e., references) for each correct answer • User-friendly redesign that includes color and graphic changes to all program screens • A tutorial will be added that describer the NCLEX test and functionality within the program

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Lippincott’s NCLEX-PN Review Cards Lippincott Williams & Wilkins June 2, 2009/ 640 pp./ 978-1-60547-455-7

Features: • NEW! 32 new cards (64 new pages) that cover new content areas on the 2008 test plan • NEW! Addition of drag and drop and chart-exhibit alternateformat style questions • NEW! All existing questions updated to match 2008 test plan • Alternate format questions test critical thinking and familiarize test-taker on answering the new format style questions • Concise rationales are provided for all correct and incorrect answers • Hundreds of multiple-choice questions challenge the reader’s clinical knowledge • Tabs assist in locating core topics quickly • Test-taking hints and strategies enhance the reader’s preparedness for NCLEX-PN or school exams • The comprehensive examination integrates questions from all clinical subject areas • The front-to-back format (questions and options on the front, answers and rationales on the back) provides immediate feedback and eliminates the need to search for answers in the back of the card deck

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NCLEX-PN Questions & Answers MIE, Third Edition Springhouse October 13, 2008/ 800 pp./ Approx. 100 Illus./ 978-0-7817-9919-5

New To The Third Edition: • All questions reviewed and revised throughout as needed to ensure currency and accuracy of information • Increased emphasis on questions that test higher cognitive domain levels • New chart exhibit questions and answers • New electronic ancillaries (Q&A test bank, study tips, and cheat sheets)

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NCLEX-PN Review MIE, Third Edition Springhouse October 20, 2008/ 864 pp./ Approx. 300 Illus./ 978-0-7817-9920-1

Features: • Easy-to-understand, outline style review • Cheat sheets at the beginning of every chapter provide a quick review of crucial data in an easy-to-read format • Graphic novel that reviews the NCLEX experience from application to license in a unique and entertaining manner • Introductory chapters that explain the NCLEX and provide strategies for success • Joy and other IE characters that encourage and support the reader, providing vital tidbits of information • Memory joggers that provide helpful and effective ways to remember key information Online Student Resources:

• NCLEX review questions at the end of each chapter and unit

• Over 1000 NCLEX-style questions, including alternate format questions, with rationales for correct and incorrect answers; study tip sheet; tutorial on taking the NCLEX and NCLEX question types; printable cheat sheets • Updated nursing diagnoses to reflect latest NANDA taxonomy • Updated to reflect the latest NCLEX-PN test plan, including addition of new alternate-format types

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Additional Titles Lippincott’s Q &A Review for NCLEX-RN

Frye’s 3300 Nursing Bullets NCLEX-PN, Fourth Edition

Diane M. Billings EdD, RN, FAAN

Charles M. Frye RN, MEd, JD

November 1, 2010/ 928 pp./ Approx. 15 Illus./ 978-1-60831-125-5

October 23, 2006/ 208pp./ 978-1-58255-463-1

Frye’s 3300 Nursing Bullets NCLEX-RN, Sixth Edition

Springhouse Review For NCLEX-RN, Sixth Edition

Charles M. Frye RN, MEd, JD

Springhouse

October 24, 2006/ 288 pp./ 978-1-58255-465-5

NCLEX-RN Review MIE, Fourth Edition Springhouse September 12, 2007/ Approx. 900 Illus./ 864 pp./ 978-1-58255-671-0

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November 21, 2005/ 768 pp./ Approx. 100 Illus./ 978-1-58255-829-5

NCLEX-RN Questions & Answers MIE, Fourth Edition Springhouse September 28, 2007/ 928 pp./ Approx. 100 Illus./ 978-1-58255-561-4


Certified Nursing Assistant

Featuring Titles from 2008 thru August 2010

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Lippincott’s Textbook for Long-Term Care Nursing Assistants A Humanistic Approach to Caregiving Pamela J. Carter RN, BSN,MEd,CNOR

Wanda M. Goldschmidt RN,BSN, BC,MA

November 2009/ 960 pp./ 800 illus./ 978-0-7817-8068-1

Features: • NEW! Caring For Those With Dementia boxes. This feature helps students understand the unique challenges a resident with dementia may face, and provides suggestions for helping to meet these challenges • NEW! Be Smart About Surveys! Boxes. The purpose of the Be Smart About Surveys feature is to raise the student’s awareness of what the surveyors are looking for during a survey • NEW! OBRA Highlights. An icon highlights government standards for the quality of services provided by nursing homes, as established by the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA) Instructor & Student Resources: • Spanish-English Audio Glossary • Learning Objectives • Listen and Learn • 29 Watch and Learn Video Clips Syllabus • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Spanish-English Audio Glossary • Listen and Learn • Teaching Nursing Assistants • Assisting Students With Learning • Practice Examinations • Learning Objectives • PowerPoints with Images • Guided Lecture Notes • Assignments and Answers • Case Studies and Answers • Stop and Think Discussion Points • Answers to Workbook • Image Bank • Pre-Lecture Quizzes and Answers

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• “Helping Hands And A Caring Heart: Focus On Humanistic Health Care”. These boxes, found throughout the text, encourage students to empathize with those in their care, and emphasize the importance of meeting residents’ emotional, social, spiritual and physical needs • “Watch and Learn!” banners. These banners, applied to art, boxes, tables, or headings as appropriate, let the student know that he or she can view a related video clip on the free CD included with the book • “Listen and Learn!” banners. These banners, applied to the vocabulary list at the beginning of each chapter, let the student know that he or she can hear the words pronounced, defined, and used in a sentence on the free CD included with the book


Certified Nursing Assistant

Workbook for Lippincott’s Textbook for Long-Term Care Nursing Assistants A Humanistic Approach to Caregiving Pamela J. Carter RN, BSN,MEd,CNOR

Wanda M. Goldschmidt RN, BSN,BC,MA

November 2009/ 384pp./ 50 illus./ 978-0-7817-9810-5

Description: Developed to complement Lippincott’s Textbook for LongTerm Care Nursing Assistants, this workbook will engage students with its fun learning activities and innovative exercises. Fully integrated with the text, this student study tool will facilitate review and motivate students to succeed in their nursing assistant course.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Lippincott’s Essentials for Nursing Assistants A Humanistic Approach to Caregiving Pamela J. Carter RN, MEd November 2008/ 736 pp./ 540 illus./ 978-1-60547-002-3

Features: • Nurse Pam character highlights humanistic approach to health care and in particular the nursing assistant’s role in providing this type of care • Guidelines (“What You Do/Why You Do It”) boxes provides students with explicit instruction as well as a rationale • Illustrated marginal glossary provides explanations of key terms in context • Procedure boxes at the end of every chapter give step by step instructions for key nursing assistant procedures • Stop and Think! Scenarios are real world clinical scenarios that encourage critical thinking Student Resources: Student Workbook 978-0-7817-6504-6 $24.95

• Tell the Nurse! Notes highlight key signs and symptoms that the nursing assistant should relay to a nurse • What Will You Learn? outlines specific goals and learning objectives for each section • Putting It All Together summarizes key concepts for each section • Watch and Learn/Listen and Learn Audio and Video Clips

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Workbook to Accompany Lippincott’s Essentials for Nursing Assistants A Humanistic Approach to Caregiving Pamela J. Carter RN, MEd November 2008/ 368 pp./ 100 illus./ 978-1-60547-003-0

Description: Developed to complement Lippincott’s Essentials for Nursing Assistants, Second Edition, this workbook will engage students with its fun learning activities and innovative exercises. Developed alongside the text, this student study tool will facilitate review and motivate students to succeed in their nursing assistant course.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Lippincott’s Advanced Skills for Nursing Assistants A Humanistic Approach to Caregiving Pamela J. Carter RN, BSN, MEd,CNOR

Amy Stegen RN, BSN, MSN

November 2008/ 608 pp./ 300 illus./ 978-0-7817-8067-4

Features: • Guidelines (“What You Do/Why You Do It”) boxes summarize general job guidelines and help students understand why things are done a certain way • Helping Hands and a Caring Heart boxes emphasize the importance of meeting a patient’s emotional needs • Care Alerts notes raise the student’s awareness of conditions that could lead to patient injury • Tell the Nurse! Notes highlight patient signs and symptoms that a nursing assistant should always report to a nurse • Stop and Think scenarios encourage classroom discussion and critical problem solving Instructor & Student Resources: • Journal Articles • NCLEX Alternate Item Format Tutorial • Spanish English Audio Dictionary • Learning Objectives • Listen and Learn • Watch and Learn video clips • Syllabi • Journal Articles • Assignments in Word with Answers • Syllabus Conversion Guides • Strategies for Effective Teaching • Power Points • Guided Lecture Notes • Discussion Topics plus Answers • Assignments plus Answers • Answers to Student Workbook • Answers to Stop and Think • Image Bank • Lesson Plan • Test Generator Questions

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• Procedure boxes provide concise, clear instruction on performing procedures • Nursing Assistants Make A Difference! Stories help students see that nursing assistants are a vital part of the health care team • What Will You Learn? chapter openers previews the chapter and helps focus students’ reading • What Did You Learn? review exercises help students evaluate their understanding of the material


Certified Nursing Assistant

Workbook for Lippincott’s Advanced Skills for Nursing Assistants A Humanistic Approach to Caregiving Pamela J. Carter RN, MEd

Amy Stegen RN, BSN, MSN

November 2008/ 160 pp./ 60 illus./ 978-0-7817-9792-4

Description: Developed to complement Lippincott’s Advanced Skills for Nursing Assistants, this workbook will engage students with its fun learning activities and innovative exercises. Fully integrated with the text, this student study tool will facilitate review and motivate students to succeed in their nursing assistant course.

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