This will be the first nursing book of its kind to focus on the positioning of nurses within the multidisciplinary team, outlining their role in the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of care for IBD patients.
-Clear, concise, clinical content covering all the essential aspects of IBD care and patient treatment.
-Presents the basics of IBD, Clinical Management and Advanced Practice.
-Each section includes key points, case studies, and a unique patient translation summaries to enable nurses to evaluate their own learning, and importantly apply this directly to their practice.
-This book will logically progress through the patient pathway, integrating research evidence, patient experience, clinical expertise and nursing theory to provide an authoritative text for all nurses caring for patients with IBD.
Table of Contents: Inflammatory Bowel Disease Nursing
About the editors
Part 1 - The nature of inflammatory bowel disease
Pathophysiology - Louise Langmead
Epidemiology - Clive Onnie
Clinical features - Ailsa L. Hart
Part 2 - Clinical management
Investigating inflammatory bowel disease - Siew C. Ng and Nisha Patel
Nursing assessment - Julie Duncan
Medical management of inflammatory bowel disease in the adult general setting - Kirstin M. Taylor and Peter M. Irving
Management of the patient with more complex IBD - Jeremy Sanderson and Melissa Smith
Dietary considerations in IBD - Miranda Lomer
Surgical management - Sue Clark
Ileoanal pouch care - Zarah L. Perry-Woodford and Simon D. McLaughlin
Caring for stomas and fistulae - Jennie Burch
Intestinal failure - Jeremy Nightingale and Hannah Middleton
Fertility, pregnancy and IBD - Julie Duncan and Lisa Younge
Care of children and adolescents with IBD - John M. E. Fell
Managing the transition from paediatric to adult care - Kay Greveson and Vikki Garrick
Psychosocial aspects of inflammatory bowel disease - Sonya Chelvanayagam and Anton Emmanuel
Living with inflammatory bowel disease a patient’s experience - Sneha Wadhwani and Marian O’Connor
Living with IBD the role of patient support organisations - Helen Terry
Supporting and educating patients - Kathy Whayman
Part 3 - Advancing practice
Organisation of IBD care - Richard Driscoll
Developing the role of the Clinical Nurse Specialist in IBD - Cath Stansfield, Julie Duncan, Marian O’Connor and Kathy Whayman
Setting up specialist nursing services - Marian O’Connor
Getting research into practice - Christine Norton
A vision of the future: celebrating the increasing sphere of influence - Isobel Mason