Essentials of Pediatric Nursing by Lucille F. Whaley

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The ultimate goal of infant and child care is the promotion of optimum health and development for children at any stage of health or illness. To accomplish this purpose, nurses need an understanding of children and the way in which they grow and relate with significant persons in their environment, as well as an awareness of the multiple factors that contribute to the uniqueness of each child. Chapter 1: Perspectives of Pediatric Nursing, Chapter 2: Children - Their Environment and Development, Chapter 3: Preconceptual and Prenatal Influence on Development and Health.
 

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Published March 1, 1982 by Mosby. 956 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction