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Key aspects of caring for the acutely ill:  Technological aspects, patient education, & quality of life

Title

Key aspects of caring for the acutely ill: Technological aspects, patient education, & quality of life

Role

Co-editors: Sandra G. Funk, Elizabeth M. Tornquist, Laurel A. Copp

Contributing authors: Gleason, E., Grossman, S., & Campbell, C.

Files

Document Type

Book Contribution

Description/Summary

Sheila Grossman (with E. Gleason and C. Campbell) is a contributing author, "Minimizing diagnostic blood loss in critically ill patients", pp. 220-225.

Book description: The "Key Aspects" books, each of which has won a Book-of-the-Year Award from the American Journal of Nursing, are designed to move the ideas and findings of nursing research into the practice setting. Each volume distills dozens of studies into a readable, jargon-free format with immediate relevance to nursing practice, and includes suggestions for implementation.

ISBN

9780826185808

Publication Date

1995

Publication Information

Gleason, E., Grossman, S., & Campbell, C. (1995). "Minimizing diagnostic blood loss in critically ill patients". In Key aspects of caring for the acutely ill: Technological aspects, patient education, & quality of life. (pp. 220 – 225), by S. Funk, E. Tornquist, L. Copp, New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company, Inc.