By Joyce J. Fitzpatrick;Jean Goeppinger
This quantity of ARNR addresses the wide-range of persistent health problems that nurses stumble upon of their paintings. The layout is equal to earlier volumes, with each one bankruptcy providing a cautious and systematic evaluate all to be had examine on particular subject matters. very important matters in power matters are mirrored all through, similar to a chronic and unsure process sickness, loss of effortless answer, rarity of entire therapy, common unknown etiology, and a number of threat components. The ebook ends with a milestone bankruptcy via Susan Donaldson which overviews major breakthroughs in nursing study during the last forty years. quantity 18 introduces a brand new size to the assessment. so as to larger mirror the expanding specialization of nursing, a nurse professional in a specific distinctiveness zone has been chosen to edit every one quantity. Dr. Joyce Fitzpatrick keeps to supervise the evaluate as sequence Editor. nearly all of each one assessment can be dedicated to the point of interest sector, with one or chapters addressing very important examine matters which are of curiosity to all researchers.
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First, a major gap is that there has been no scale development for infants and young children with epilepsy. This is particularly unfortunate because the early childhood period is when the greatest number of seizure conditions have their onset (Hauser, 1994). Clearly, future instrument development should focus on scales for this population. Another limitation is that none of the scales has been used in more than one study, and all are in need of further development to establish their reliability and validity for use in future research.
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The relationship between perceptions of stigma arid psychosocial functioning was evaluated by Carlton-Ford, Miller, Nealeigh, and Sanchez (1997). They found that behavioral problems in the child with seizures CHILDREN WITH EPILEPSY 37 were associated with parental expectations of stigmatization and limitations from seizures and also with children's reports that their parents were overcontrolling. Findings on the effect of IQ and seizure severity on psychosocial functioning were inconsistent. , 1997; Hoare & Mann, 1994).