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Title Aging well : gerontological education for nurses and other health professionals / edited by May L. Wykle and Sarah H. Gueldner
Published Sudbury, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, [2011]


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Description xxvii, 594 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents A call to action: policy implications -- Ethical, moral and policy challenges in our aging society / Robert H. Binstock -- Issues central to gerontological education -- The art of mentoring: developing the next generations of gerontologists / Leonard W. Poon and Maria C. Isales -- The necessity of mentorship among gerontologists: the student and emerging professional perspective / Tara McMullen and Candace Brown -- Enhancing the graduate student experience: student engagement and the internship survey / Candace Brown, Aaron Hagedorn, and Tara McMullen -- Interdisciplinary community practice: patient activation in a community context / Lisa A. Ferretti, Philip McCallion, Robert Paeglow, and Evelyn Kintner -- The changing face of aging: new challenges, new opportunities / Shelli Cordisco and Michelle M. Berry -- Innovative learning activities -- Learning by living: living the life of a nursing home resident / Marilyn R. Cogliucci -- Rural geriatric education and mental health / Sarah H. Gueldner, John Toner, Sally Venugopalan, Kathleen Bunnell, Gail Mathieson-Devereaux, and Maureen Daws -- Using reminiscence as a teaching tool / William J. Puentes -- My Eye-opening AmeriCorps assignment at senior centers / Jocelyn C. Young -- Where pedagogy and practice converge / Evanne Juratovac -- Addressing social issues related to gerontology -- "Age old" health disparities: daunting challenges in this millennium / May L Wykle -- Addressing health sector manpower shortages and service gaps in medically underserved areas: university-facilitated geriatric continuing education collaborations / John A. Toner -- Getting the home in nursing homes / Michael Carter -- Promoting healthy aging with attention to social capital / Carolyn Pierce and Susan Seibold-Simpson -- Making community events accessible to older adults / Beth E. Barba and Anita S. Tech -- Giving voice to vulnerable populations: Rogerian theory / Sarah H. Gueldner, Geraldine R. Britton, and Susan Terwilliger --
Care of the elderly in Botswana, Africa / Ditsapelo M. McFarland -- The power of life story books / Mary Rose Day, Teresa Wills, Geraldine McCarthy, and Joyce J. Fitzpatrick -- Care of the elderly in South Korea / Yong Hae Hong -- Physiologic aspects of frailty in aging and possible interventions / Gee-youn Kwon, Soo-kyung Kim, and Yeonghee Shin -- Resilience in older adults / Barbara Resnick -- Closing comments -- Conclusions and closing comments / May L. Wykle and Sarah H. Gueldner -- Index
Practice imperatives -- Creating a new philosophy for elder care / Eric D. Newman -- Evidence-based pain management / Katherine R. Jones -- Preventing functional decline in hospitalized older adults - an exemplar for nursing education / Laura Sutton, Meredith Rowe, and Marie P. Boltz -- Caring for the elderly in the Emergency Department / Candy Blevins and Martha H. Bramlett -- Cognitive rehabilitation in people with dementia / Nikki L. Hill and Ann M Kolanowski -- The power of connection / Nancy Richeson -- Linking dental care with general health care / Frederick J. Lacey and Lynne B. Lacey -- The effect of anticipatory socialization on morale in newly institutionalized LTC residents / Samantha Sterns, Susan Allen, and Eva Kahana -- Poetry for caregivers of older adults: easing the burden / Lori Kidd -- Home is where the heart is / Evelyn G. Duffy -- Teaching end-of-life care / Neil Hall -- Promoting personhood and quality of life in elders -- Preserving expression of identity in the face of losses associated with aging / Sarah H. Gueldner -- Making moments that matter / Kareen M. King -- Therapeutic cooking groups for elders / Linda L. Buettner, Suzanne Fitzsimmons, and Nancy E. Richeson -- Gardening: a natural way for elders to exercise and stay engaged and healthy / Martha Neff-Smith -- Seniors and companion animals / Mary Muscari and Kimberley Campbell -- Place, reminiscence, and interdisciplinary gerontological practice / Mary Ellen Quinn, Stacey Kolomer, and Jeffrey Burden -- Social dimensions of late life disability / Eva Kahana, Jessica Kelley-Moore, Boaz Kahana, and Jane A. Brown -- Cultural perspectives on aging -- The experience of "healthy life" in rural dwelling elders / Amy Shaver -- The need to have roots: a philosophical discussion / Ryutaro Takahashi -- Telenovelas and cafecitos / Janice D. Christ and John B. Haradon -- Mother wit and self-health management / Cheryl M. Killion --
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Geriatric nursing.
Gerontology -- Study and teaching.
Older people -- Health and hygiene.
Geriatric Nursing -- education.
Aged -- psychology.
Geriatric Nursing -- methods.
Author Gueldner, Sarah Hall.
Wykle, May L.
LC no. 2010013291
ISBN 0763779377