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    Instructors already "Love it, love it, love it."

    Posted by Katie Hennessy on Feb 15, 2012 1:44:46 PM

    The new edition of Women's Gynecologic Health has only been out a short time, but Jane F. Houston DNP, CNM from UF College of Nursing has summed up what we knew would be the reaction, "Love it, love it, love it."

    Have you requested your copy yet? We'd "love it" if you let us know what you think! Contact your Account Specialist or visit go.jblearning.com/schuiling for more information.

    Women's Gynecologic Health, Second EditionWomen's Gynecologic Health, Second Edition
    Kerri Durnell Schuiling, PhD, NP-BC, CNM, FACNM, FAAN, Professor and Dean, Oakland University School of Nursing; Co-editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Childbirth
    Frances E. Likis, DrPH, NP-BC, CNM, FACNM, Investigator, Vanderbilt Evidence-Based Practice Center, Institute for Medicine and Public Health, Vanderbilt University Medical Center;Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health

    ISBN-13: 978-0-7637-5637-6 | Hardcover | 812 pages | © 2013

    Women’s Gynecologic Health, Second Edition is a comprehensive text that equips students and practicing clinicians with a strong foundation in women’s gynecologic health, including health promotion, maintenance, and treatment. Based on the most recent research, the authors provide authoritative content written from a feminist perspective to convey a holistic approach to care.

    Completely updated and revised, this second edition includes four new chapters on diagnosis of pregnancy at the gynecologic visit, women’s health after bariatric surgery, sexual assault, and urinary tract infections. In addition, the chapter on gynecologic health care for sexual and gender minorities has been expanded to include care not only for lesbians, but also for women who are bisexual or transgender.

    Key Features Include:

    • Clinical considerations specific to the different physical and psychosocial life stages of women
    • Emphasis on physiologic mechanisms in order to enhance understanding of normal and abnormal processes
    • Evidence-based content
    • Applicable for both students and practicing clinicians

     

    Topics: New Edition, women's health, New Text, nurse practitioner, nursing, nursing practice, midwifery, Nurse Practitioner, obstetrics and gynecology, childbirth, health woman, health women, International Journal of Childbirth, Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health, Recently Published, Women's Health

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