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Sociology and its use in nursing service.

Gladys Sellew

Sociology and its use in nursing service.

by Gladys Sellew

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Published by Saunders .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed. (B57-10737) by G. Sellew and Paul Hanly Furfey, 1957 classified at 301, 610.73.

The Physical Object
Pagination450p.,ill.,22cm
Number of Pages450
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21739953M

The role of sociology in nursing continues to cast new light on many aspects of health and illness. Over the last 20 years, nursing practice has seen sociological theory become a valuable clinical. Practical nursing; a text book for nurses. This note covers the following topics: Qualification of a nurse, Bacteriology, Ventilation, Care of the ward, Bed-making, Care and comfort of the patient, Symptoms, Temperature pulse and respiration, Baths and packs, Counter-irritants, The .

Sociology Chapter 13 – Nurses, Physician Assistants, Pharmacists, and Midwives - Introduction o Other than a few consulting professions such as clinical psychology, the occupations performing tasks of patient care are organized around the work of the physician. Mellish Paperback, Pages, Published by Butterworth-Heinemann ISBN , ISBN: Teaching the practice of nursing a text in nursing didactics by J. M.

Sociology is the study of human social behavior, communities and society. It involves the evolution of society and human behavior and it focuses on how society can change human behavior based on interaction with each other (Bennett, B., p.2). Nursing is a health care profession which. Sociology for nurses / Focuses on the relevance of sociology to contemporary nursing practice. Clearly written, and carefully illustrated, the book uses jargon-free explanations of sociological theories and evidence to show how studying sociology can be useful in all branches of professional nursing practice.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sellew, Gladys, Sociology and its use in nursing service. Philadelphia, Saunders, (OCoLC) Sociology for Nurses has become a leading textbook and an invaluable companion for students wishing to get to grips with how sociology can positively transform professional nursing practice.

This thoroughly revised new edition maintains its commitment to providing jargon-free explanations of sociological theories and evidence to show how studying sociology can be useful in all branches of nursing/5(2).

Nursing practice needs to be informed by an understanding of people and the societies in which they live. This introductory text has been designed specifically to discuss those aspects of sociology which are most relevant to nursing and the health care.

Description Sociology for Nurses has become a leading textbook and an invaluable companion for students wishing to get to grips with how sociology can positively transform professional nursing practice. This thoroughly revised new edition maintains its commitment to providing jargon-free explanations of sociological theories and evidence to show how studying sociology can be useful in.

Clearly written, and carefully illustrated, the book uses jargon-free explanations of sociological theories and evidence to show how studying sociology can be useful in all branches of professional nursing practice.

In addition, the book provides: clearly defined learning aims - a useful glossary of sociological concepts - structured activities and questions for discussion - annontated suggestions for further reading Both editors have a wealth of experience teaching sociology to nurses Reviews: 1.

Provides students with insights into key contemporary debates and events to demonstrate the relevance of sociology and its practical application to modern nursing.

Importance Of Sociology In Nursing. generally, sociology is mainly the study of society, communities and people whereas nursing is a profession which focused on assisting individuals, families, and communities in attaining, maintaining and recovering optimal health and functioning.

In this assignment, I will describe the definition of Sociology, the definition of nursing and explain why.

Sociology has become such an important part of nursing study that some nursing schools, such as the School of Nursing at the University of California in San Francisco, offer specific courses of study in sociology. At UCSF, the School of Nursing offers a sociology Ph.D.

program that focuses on the sociology of health care, and it has areas of. Part 1 Sociology, nursing and everyday life. Part 2 The Healthcare System. Part 3 The Experience of Illness. All students taking nursing and health sciences courses, and social sciences modules, will find this book a readable and relevant introduction to sociology Pages: 'Written by eminent researchers in the field “Understanding Sociology in Nursing” provides a unique and contemporary nursing perspective of sociology.

The book is practice focused and supported by theory, making the text highly accessible for nursing students to understand why sociology is relevant and important to them.

Nursing practice needs to be informed by an understanding of people and the societies in which they live. This introductory text has been designed specifically to discuss those aspects of sociology which are most relevant to nursing and the health care context in which it takes : Introduction to Sociology 2e adheres to the scope and sequence of a typical, one-semester introductory sociology course.

It offers comprehensive coverage of core concepts, foundational scholars, and emerging theories. The textbook presents section reviews with rich questions, discussions that help students apply their knowledge, and features that draw learners into the discipline in meaningful Missing: nursing service.

This text is designed specifically to discuss sociological ideas and theories in terms of their relationship to nursing and the health care context in which they take place. Provides an accessible introduction to major sociological themes and ideas with topics that include an introduction to the sociology of health care, inequalities in health.

Nursing should thus make sure that the sociology which it welcomes into its domain is academically sound, and not ideology in disguise.

It is also suggested that nursing education should encourage more critical thinking, to enliven nurses' appreciation of what sociology has to offer, and to improve their ability to evaluate the quality of health by: Nursing and sociology are terms that rather tightly connected with each other, because nursing is a profession that is focused on helping patients, their families and whole communities in recovering optimal health whereas sociology is the study of society and how people should live in it.

Sociology as Applied to Nursing and Health Care, 1st Edition Editors: Mary Birchenall & Peter Birchenall This text is designed specifically to discuss sociological ideas and theories in terms of their relationship to nursing and the health care context in which they take :   Sociology can help nurses to achieve their primary objectives of good patient care.

As nursing and sociology are both concerned with people and their interactions, it s likely that the theories (or material) developed in either discipline of nursing or sociology will provide insight for the other.e.g.

sociolisation, deviance, family etc. Sociology for Nurses: A Textbook for Nurses Paperback – 16 Mar. It focuses on the relevance of sociology to contemporary nursing practice. Clearly written, and carefully illustrated, the book uses jargon–free explanations of sociological theories and evidence to show how studying sociology can be useful in all branches of 5/5(2).

The Sociology of the Health Service responds directly to the need to develop a sociological analysis of current health policy. Topics covered vary from privatisation and health service management to health education and the politics of professional power.

Also included is an histroical review of sociology's contributions to health policy and proposals for an agenda for sociological health. Society, Culture and Health introduces sociology to students studying nursing and related health professions.

It examines the sources of ideas about health and illness, including the biomedical model, folk and lay approaches and the influence of the media, and covers the impact on health of social marginalisation through a careful examination of structural variables.Keeping the diversified requisites of our customers, we are affianced in the business of presenting to our customers a wide collection of Text Book of Sociology for Nursing Student Accessible with us in different syllabus; these offered books are made with perfection.

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A related aim of sociologists like Jane Addams, W.E.B. DuBois, and Ida B. Wells-Barnett and others since was to use sociological knowledge to understand and alleviate gender, racial, and class inequality.4/5(19).