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Long-term Conditions in Adults at a Glance

Mitchell, Aby / Hill, Barry / Peate, Ian (Editor)

Wiley Series on Cognitive Dynamic Systems


1. Edition July 2023
160 Pages, Softcover

ISBN: 978-1-119-87587-1
John Wiley & Sons

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Long-term Conditions in Adults at a Glance

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The go-to textbook for the treatment and management of long-term conditions in adults

In Long-term Conditions in Adults at a Glance, a team of distinguished health and social care professionals deliver concise and engaging contemporary knowledge about health and associated disorders. The textbook's format, which includes visually appealing figures and tables, is particularly beneficial for those who prefer a visual approach to understanding complex concepts.

Readers will also find:
* A thorough introduction to the sociological factors associated with long-term conditions, including environmental, housing, and lifestyle factors
* Comprehensive explorations of patient education and self-management, including behaviour change, health education, and patient responsibility
* Practical discussions of a variety of long-term conditions, including arthritis, cancer, liver disease, and epilepsy
* Evaluations of the treatments and management of long-term conditions, including the use of evidence-based practice and chronic pain management

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Contributors viii

Preface x

Part 1 Long-term conditions: sociological factors 1

1 Determinants of health 2
Daniela Blumlein and Ian Griffiths

2 Health inequalities 4
Ian Peate

3 Environmental factors 6
Giuseppe Leontino

4 Housing 10
Ian Peate

5 Public health 12
Ian Peate

6 Lifestyle factors 14
Ian Peate

7 Socioeconomic status 16
Ian Peate

8 Holistic needs assessment 18
Ian Peate

Part 2 Patient education and self-management 21

9 Behavioural change 22
Barry Hill

10 Health education: developing a partnership with patients with long-term conditions 24
Pamela Arasen

11 Patient responsibility 26
Ian Peate

12 Self-care and self-management 28
Barry Hill

13 Effectively supporting carers 30
Rachael Betty

14 Empowerment in long-term conditions 32
Sara Tavares

15 Experts by experience 34
Sue Tiplady

Part 3 Long-term conditions 37

16 Alcohol dependency 38
Leticia Wedderburn and Helen Phillips

17 Anorexia nervosa 40
Tichaona Mubaira

18 Arthritis 42
Emily Ashwell

19 Asthma 44
Barry Hill

20 Angina 46
Barry Hill

21 Anxiety 48
Louise Lingwood

22 Atrial fibrillation 50
Barry Hill

23 Bipolar affective disorder 52
Vishal Jugessur and Angela Childs

24 Bulimia nervosa 54
Tichaona Mubaira and Lucy Saunders

25 Bronchiectasis 56
Barry Hill

26 Cancer 58
Ian Peate

27 Chronic fatigue syndrome 60
Roberta Borg

28 Chronic venous insufficiency 62
Aby Mitchell

29 Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) 66
Barry Hill

30 Coronary artery Disease 68
Sadie Diamond-Fox

31 Chronic liver disease 70
Sadie Diamond-Fox

32 Depression 72
Sarah Bisp and Louise Lingwood

33 Diabetes mellitus type 1 74
Charlotte Gordon

34 Diabetes mellitus type 2 78
Charlotte Gordon

35 Dual diagnosis 82
Leticia Wedderburn and Daren Bailey

36 Diverticular disease 84
Laura Park and Claire Ford

37 Epilepsy 88
Ian Peate

38 Heart failure 90
Barry Hill

39 HIV 92
Ian Peate

40 Hypertension 94
Barry Hill

41 Inflammatory bowel disease 96
Claire Ford and Laura Park

42 Multiple sclerosis 98
Barry Hill

43 Parkinson's disease 100
Kelley Storey and Annette Hand

44 Peripheral arterial disease 102
Aby Mitchell

45 Psoriasis 104
Ian Peate

46 Rheumatoid arthritis 106
Jane Douglas and Karl Nicholl

47 Sickle cell 108
Barry Hill

48 Schizophrenia 110
Reuben Pearce and Helen Robson

49 Vascular dementia 112
Ian Peate

50 Viral hepatitis 114
Ian Peate

51 Visual impairment 116
Caitlin Gallon and Claire Ford

Part 4 Management of long-term conditions 119

52 Frameworks of care delivery - new ways of working 120
Barry Hill

53 Evidence-based practice 122
Claire Anderson

54 Leadership and management 124
Barry Hill

55 Chronic pain management 126
Claire Ford and Laura Park

56 End of life care 130
Jemma-Louise McCann and Sara Sinclair

57 Advanced care planning 132
Sara Sinclair

Bibliography 134

Index 140
Aby Mitchell RGN, MSc, PGCert, BA, FHEA, Senior Lecturer in Nursing Education, Department of Adult Nursing, Florence Nightingale Faculty of Nursing, Midwifery, and Palliative Care, King's College London.

Barry Hill MSc Adv Prac, PGCAP, BSc (Hons) CCRN, DipHE/O.A. Dip, SFHEA, TEFL, NMC RN RNT/TCH V300, Associate Professor, Nursing Science and Critical Care; Director of Employability, Northumbria University, UK.

Ian Peate OBE FRCN, Editor in Chief British Journal of Nursing. Visiting Professor St Georges University of London and Kingston University London; Visiting Professor Northumbria University; Professorial Fellow Roehampton University; Visiting Senior Clinical Fellow University of Hertfordshire.

A. Mitchell, University of West London, UK; B. Hill, Northumbria University, UK; I. Peate, University of Hertfordshire, UK