2:Musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology
3:Assessment of the musculoskeletal system
4:General principles of care
8:Musculoskeletal trauma care
10:Regional musculoskeletal injuries
Nurses must deliver up-to-date, clinically effective, evidence-based care across a range of settings and develop nursing services to meet changing demands. The revised and expanded Oxford Handbook of Trauma and Orthopaedic Nursing 2nd edition is tailored to provide the essential knowledge nurses need; at their fingertips when they need it.
This handbook will guide the reader systematically through the care of patients with a wide range of musculoskeletal problems. Each chapter contains the up to date evidence-based guidelines covering a continuum from birth to death, covering everything from emergency care, rehabilitation, discharge, and end of life care. It now includes new topics such as pharmacological alternatives to blood transfusion, disability and enabling environments, hip articulations, and health promotion. Providing key summaries of common problems and essential issues, it will provide both an invaluable reference for trauma and orthopaedic nurses, as well as a precise, targeted guide for nurses from other specialties caring for patients with musculoskeletal problems.
- Provides fast access to targeted information, from congenital abnormalities to palliative care, addressing major nursing concerns
- Based on current evidence and practical experience from authors who have worked in the field for many years.
- Presents information clearly and concisely, including illustrations, line drawings, and photographs
New to this Edition:
- Fully updated with the latest evidence-based guidelines, providing clear, trustworthy advice for practising and student nurses
- Contains brand new and expanded information in areas such as phamacological alternatives, disability, and health promotion
Rebecca Jester, Professor of Nursing, Institute of Health, University of Wolverhampton, UK, Julie Santy Tomlinson, Adjunct Associate Professor, Orthopaedic Nursing,, Odense University Hospitals, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, and Jean Rogers, Practice Teacher, Open University
Professor Jester (Rebecca) joined University of Wolverhampton as Professor of Nursing in July 2017. She qualified as a registered nurse in the UK in 1985 and worked in a number of orthopaedic settings in the UK and Sweden before completing a BSc (Hons) Education Studies in Nursing at UoW in 1995 and embarking upon a clinical academic career. Rebecca was awarded a PhD in Health Sciences from the University of Birmingham in 2001 and was awarded a personal chair (professorship) in Orthopaedic Nursing in 2008 by Keele University. Rebecca has a strong background in Orthopaedic Nursing research with associated journal, conference and text book outputs. Her clinical and research areas of expertise include, care of patients undergoing total joint replacement, Hospital at Home schemes, Patient reported outcome measures, advanced nurse practice roles and patient assessment.
Dr Julie Santy-Tomlinson worked in various Trauma and Orthopaedic settings internationally before becoming an academic, writer, editor and nurse-educator. She has been Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Trauma and Orthopaedic Nursing since 2007. Her publications include several books on topics related to orthopaedics and trauma, nursing and education.
Jean qualified as a registered nurse (RGN) in 1988 from Salford NHS Trust. She has worked in a number of areas including elective orthopaedics, acute trauma and ENT, rheumatology and endocrinology, acute medicine and acute rehabilitation. Jean held post as senior staff nurse, junior sister and lecturer/practitioner and completed a BSc (Hons) in nursing practice. Jean then held a post as practice educator facilitator for Stockport NHS Foundation Trust where she educated the nurses of the future in the practice setting. She has undertaken the practice educators masters module and an MSc in professional development. She is also a member of the practice educators special interest group and the RCN Education forum as well as sitting on the RCN learning rep committee as the Northwest rep. Jean is currently retired but working for the open university as a practice teacher.