Nursing in interdisciplinary healthcare

Obrazek miniatury
Bartosiewicz Anna
Nagórska Małgorzata
Więch Paweł
Tytuł czasopisma
Tytuł tomu
Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Rzeszowskiego
The concept of nursing has exceeded its traditional boundaries and has become an essential element of interdisciplinary care. The constantly evolving healthcare sector, in the face of increasingly complex patient needs and medical advancements, has necessitated a paradigm shift in this profession. Nursing, which combines patient care, education, and advocacy, plays a pivotal role in this transformation. The works presented in the monograph demonstrate the dynamic changes in interdisciplinary nursing as an approach that integrates knowledge and skills from various fields to provide patients with the highest quality of care. Interdisciplinary nurses see each patient as a whole and tailor their care to their needs. They recognize the interrelationships between the physical, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of a patient’s health to provide holistic and patient-centered care. Interdisciplinary nursing care and the changing roles and responsibilities of nurses emphasize their contributions to care coordination, health promotion, and patient education. The research conducted covers all aspects of modern health care and its impact on the well-being of patients and the health care system. The work highlights the challenges of implementing and maintaining interdisciplinary health care models and the need for ongoing education and professional development. It introduces readers to the dynamic world of interdisciplinary nursing care.
Słowa kluczowe
Nurse , Interdisciplinarity , Healthcare , Advanced Practice Nurse , Professional development