4 edition of Decision making and medical care found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by F. T. De Dombal and F. Grémy, associate editors, J. Horrocks ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||De Dombal, F. T., Gremy, François., International Federation for Information Processing. Technical Committee 4.|
|LC Classifications||R858.A1 I18 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 603 p. :|
|Number of Pages||603|
|LC Control Number||76025972|
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Decision making in health care involves navigating through a complex and tangled web of diagnostic and therapeutic uncertainties, patient preferences and values, and costs. In many clinical and health policy decisions it is necessary to counterbalance benefits and risks, and to trade off competing objectives such as maximizing life expectancy vs optimizing quality of life vs minimizing the resources /5(6).
Medical Decision Making is a valuable resource for all experienced and learning clinicians who wish to fully understand and apply decision modelling, enhance their practice and improve patient outcomes/5(7). The additional goal is to minimize unnecessary testing, control medical costs, and provide uniform quality care in the evaluation of patients.
The book is written for medical practitioners, residents, medical students, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants seeking guidelines for by: 7.
"Practical Decision Making in Health Care Ethics is a refreshingly different kind of medical ethics textbook. Based on situational prudence and practical wisdom, Devettere's approach provides students and their instructors the opportunity to examine difficult bioethical issues through thoughtful discussion and careful by: This edition includes chapters on managed care and medical genetics, as well as an expanded chapter on virtue and decision making.
It updates accounts of controversies, including late-term abortion, cloning, germ-line genetic research, the human genome project, brain death, non-heart beating organ donors, and physician-assisted suicide/5(4). Book description. Decision making in health care involves consideration of a complex set of diagnostic, therapeutic and prognostic uncertainties.
Medical therapies have side effects, surgical interventions may lead to complications, and diagnostic tests can produce misleading by: Decision Making in Health Care, first published inis a comprehensive overview of the field of medical decision making - a rapidly expanding field that includes quantitative theoretical tools for modeling decisions, psychological research on how decisions are actually made, and applied research on how physician and patient decision making can be improved.3/5(4).
An algorithmic format makes it easy to apply the practical, decision-making approaches used by seasoned clinicians in daily practice. Comprehensive coverage of general and internal medicine helps you successfully diagnose and manage a full range of diseases and disorders related to women’s health, emergency medicine, urology, behavioral medicine, pharmacology, and much more.
Decision Making in Neurocritical Care will also prove to be a useful study guide, as it covers specific topics that appear on the United Council of Neurological Subspecialties Neurocritical Care Board Examination. Free Medical Book PDF: Decision Making in Neurocritical Care PDF.
Decisions in health care can be particularly awkward, involving a complex web of diagnostic and therapeutic uncertainties, patient preferences and values, and costs.
It is not surprising that there is often considerable disagreement about the best course of by: 1. Designed to facilitate the diagnostic and therapeutic decision-making process, this book consists of comprehensive algorithmic decision trees that guide readers through more than disorders.
Brief text accompanies each algorithm and explains the key steps of the decision-making process. The previous edition was published in Pages: This portable guide to rational clinical decision-making in the challenging – and changing – world of emergency critical care provides in every chapter a streamlined review of a common problem in critical care medicine, along with evidence-based guidelines and summary tables of landmark es Prepare for effective critical care practice in the emergency room’s often chaotic.
Decision making in health care means navigating through a complex and tangled web of diagnostic and therapeutic uncertainties, patient preferences and values, and costs. In addition, medical therapies may include side effects, surgery may lead to undesirable complications, and diagnostic technologies may produce inconclusive results.
In many clinical and health policy decisions it is necessary 5/5(2). They are not only fast reaching maturity, but society has an interest in ensuring that they take responsibility for decision-making over important aspects of their lives.
Furthermore, they are being taught to value their status as rights-holders and can justifiably argue that they, like adults, have the right to make choices over their medical treatment, if competent to do : Jane Fortin. Medical Decision Making provides clinicians with a powerful framework for helping patients make decisions that increase the likelihood that they will have the outcomes that are most consistent with their preferences.
This new edition provides a thorough understanding of the key decision making infrastructure of clinical practice and explains the principles of medical decision making.
A compendium of health care quantitative techniques based in Excel. Analytics and Decision Support in Health Care Operations is a comprehensive introductory guide to quantitative techniques, with practical Excel-based solutions for strategic health care management.
This new third edition has been extensively updated to reflect the continuously evolving field, with new coverage of Author: Yasar A.
Ozcan. This book is about the process steps for optimal decision-making and clinical improvement for medical interventions. This book is about helping leaders, members and staffers of clinical quality improvement teams take the right steps, efficiently, to design, implement and evaluate an evidence-based clinical quality improvement project.
Nurse administrators are compelled to manage the dynamic health care system and advance excellence at every level of the organization.
A challenge that besets nursing management points at developing the capacity of nurse executives to apply critical thinking in making decisions and establishing priorities in the clinical setting. To this direction, the theory titled “Critical thinking and Author: Lilian G.
Tumapang. Ethical Decision Making in Nursing and Health Care: The Symphonological Approach, Fourth Edition James H. Husted, Gladys L. Husted RN MSN PhD CNE This book provides a systematic approach to bioethical decision making that can help clarify issues in. Health Care Analysis is a journal that promotes dialogue and debate about conceptual and normative issues related to health and health care, including health systems, healthcare provision, health law, public policy and health, professional health practice, health services organization and decision-making, and health-related education at all levels of clinical medicine, public health and global.
Decision Making in Emergency Critical Care: An Evidence-Based Handbook PDF Author John E Arbo MD Isbn File size MB Year Pages Language English File format PDF Category Critical Care,Free Medical Books Download the Book Download Book Description: Looking for a concise and authoritative resource to help you manage the types of.Shared decision making You have a right to make your own decisions about your healthcare, guided by the advice of health professionals.
This guidance means making sure you fully understand your medical treatment options so you can weigh up options along with the benefits and risks before making a decision. This is called shared decision making.Shared Decision Making in Health Care Book Summary: Over the past decade health care systems around the world have placed increasing importance on the relationship between patient choice and clinical decision-making.
In the years since the publication of the second edition of Shared Decision Making in Health Care, there have been significant new developments in the field, most notably in the.