The Roper-Logan-Tierney Model of Nursing: Based on Activities of Living

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Churchill Livingstone, 2000 - Medical - 203 pages
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This book provides the definitive account of the Roper-Logan-Tierney model of nursing, including in-depth discussion of its conceptual development, its place within the wider body of nursing theory and a critique of its application in practice. The book concludes with a wider discussion of the place of this model for nursing in the face of ongoing challenges in both nursing and health care throughout the world.

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The whole basis of my nurse training was R,L & T (1990 edn), and as times change I'm wondering how models fit into ICP's and carepathways. This book has given me some interesting food for thought. I shall refer back to it as I investigate modern nursing assessment methods within the MDT record-keeping system. 

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