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The Resource Healthy ageing and aged care, edited by Maree Bernoth, Denise Winker

Healthy ageing and aged care, edited by Maree Bernoth, Denise Winker

Label
Healthy ageing and aged care
Title
Healthy ageing and aged care
Statement of responsibility
edited by Maree Bernoth, Denise Winker
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Annotation pending
Cataloging source
ANL
Dewey number
362.63
Index
index present
Intended audience
For territory students
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Bernsten, Deborah
  • Winker, Denise
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Older Aboriginal Australians
  • Older people
  • Older people
  • Aging
  • Aging
  • Older people
Label
Healthy ageing and aged care, edited by Maree Bernoth, Denise Winker
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1.The Profile Of Older People In Australia And New Zealand / Jane Anderson-Wurf -- Introduction -- How old is `old'? -- Ageing population -- Who are older people in Australia and New Zealand? -- Future ageing---`baby boomers' -- Active ageing---what do older people do? -- Living arrangements---where do older people live? -- Aged-care services -- Conclusion -- 2.Policies Influencing Ageing And Aged Care In Australia And New Zealand / Pam Foster -- Introduction -- Australian legislation -- New Zealand legislation -- Conclusion -- 3.The Experience Of Ageing For Indigenous Australians And Maori Peoples / Faye McMillan -- Introduction -- The experience of ageing for Aboriginal Australians -- A story of treating and caring for Maori Kaumatua (Elders) in a culturally responsive way -- 4.The Personal Perspectives Of Ageing In A Complex World / Denise Winkler -- Introduction -- Defining successful or healthy ageing -- Contents note continued: Theories of ageing -- Theories of human development -- Examples of older people benefiting society -- Conclusion -- pt. 2 THE SOCIAL ASPECTS OF AGEING -- 5.Family Relationships And Informal Care / Belinda Cash -- Introduction -- The role of informal care -- The challenges of informal care -- Conclusion -- 6.Intimate Relationships / Travis Ingersoll -- Introduction -- What is intimacy and why do we need it? -- Understanding intimate relationships through the lens of cultural diversity -- Understanding human sexuality -- Confronting sexual ageism in the health professions -- Sexually transmitted infections -- Dementia and sexual interest -- Enacting sexual health, expression and protection from harm policies -- Conclusion -- 7.Ageing In Rural Areas / Karen Bell -- Introduction -- The context of ageing -- Perspectives on ageing -- Ageing as a continuum -- Rural context -- Key points from the chapter -- 8.Vulnerabilities And Abuse / Fredrik Velander -- Contents note continued: Introduction -- Overview of the welfare of older Australians -- Overview of abuse of older people -- Theories of abuse of older people -- Effects of abuse of older people -- Legal and policy frameworks that address abuse of older people -- Conclusion -- 9.Volunteer Relationships And Older People In The Work Force / Denise Winkler -- Introduction -- Older people as volunteers -- Older people in the work force -- 10.Leisure And Recreation In The Lives Of Older People / Rylee A. Dionigi -- Introduction -- Leisure in later life in contemporary times -- Opportunities for physically active leisure and competitive sport in older age -- Resistance and empowerment through leisure in old age -- The moral agenda underlying active, successful and healthy ageing approaches -- Leisure, pleasure and `desired' ageing into the future -- Leisure in residential aged-care settings -- Where to from here? -- Conclusion -- Contents note continued: 11.Previously Unrecognised Issues: Managing The Health Of An Ageing Prison And Homeless Population / Maree Bernoth -- Introduction -- Managing the health of an ageing prison population -- Managing the health of an ageing homeless population -- Conclusion -- pt. 3 THE CLINICAL ASPECTS OF AGEING AND AGED CARE -- 12.The Impact Of Physiological Changes On Older People: Implications For Nursing Practice / Maree Bernoth -- Introduction -- The impacts of stereotyping -- The causes of ageing -- The role of the registered nurse -- Assessment process -- Age-related changes to body systems -- Overall impact of ageing changes -- Conclusion -- 13.The Older Person In Acute Care / Maree Bernoth -- Introduction -- The impact of inadequate assessment and stereotyping -- Assessment -- Atypical presentation -- Is it delirium or dementia? -- Adverse effects of hospitalization -- Pain -- Missed nursing care -- Medications -- Contents note continued: Transition to community services or short-term support strategies -- Transition to palliative care -- Transition to residential aged care -- Conclusion -- 14.Maintaining Mental Health Through The Ageing Experience / Margaret Roberts -- Introduction -- Economic determinants of mental health -- Offering support -- Mental health assessment -- Intervention for mental health issues -- Conclusion -- 15.Dementia / Carmel Davies -- Introduction -- The individual nature of dementia -- Is it dementia? -- Diagnosing dementia -- Impact of caring -- Person-centred care -- Conclusion -- 16.Pharmacology / Maree Bernoth -- Introduction -- What is a medication? -- Physiological age-related changes -- Pharmacokinetics -- Pharmacodynamics -- Polypharmacy -- Use or non-pharmacological medicines and therapies -- Pain management -- Communication and information -- Conclusion -- 17.Optimal Nutrition And Hydration / Simone Alexander -- Introduction -- Contents note continued: Healthy diet recommendations -- Maintaining a healthy weight, adequate muscle mass and bone strength -- Maintaining good oral health -- Hydration -- Role of accredited practising dietitians and when to refer -- Conclusion -- 18.Mobility And Falls Prevention / Kristy Robson -- Introduction -- What can affect mobility as we age? -- Why address mobility and fall risk in older people? -- Common causes of falls in the older population -- How to assess fall risk in older people -- Current fall-related intervention strategies -- Interventions -- Management of fall risk in hospital and residential facilities -- Complexity of identifying and managing fall risk in the community -- Conclusion -- 19.Managing Multiple Chronic Conditions [Multimorbidity] / Alison Henry -- Introduction -- Impact of multimorbidity -- Models of care -- Issues with hospitalisation, innovative responses and future directions -- Conclusion -- 20.End-Of-Life Care / Jenny McKenzie -- Contents note continued: Introduction -- Palliative care -- Legal issues related to the end of life -- Communication -- Assessment -- Pain and symptom management -- Nursing care for the imminently dying -- Transformation of hope in end-of-life care -- Recognising imminent death -- Declaring death -- Role of the registered nurse at time of death -- Compassion fatigue
Control code
000057355683
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 465 pages
Isbn
9780195597585
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
coloured illustrations, charts, graphs, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)948669707
Label
Healthy ageing and aged care, edited by Maree Bernoth, Denise Winker
Publication
Note
Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1.The Profile Of Older People In Australia And New Zealand / Jane Anderson-Wurf -- Introduction -- How old is `old'? -- Ageing population -- Who are older people in Australia and New Zealand? -- Future ageing---`baby boomers' -- Active ageing---what do older people do? -- Living arrangements---where do older people live? -- Aged-care services -- Conclusion -- 2.Policies Influencing Ageing And Aged Care In Australia And New Zealand / Pam Foster -- Introduction -- Australian legislation -- New Zealand legislation -- Conclusion -- 3.The Experience Of Ageing For Indigenous Australians And Maori Peoples / Faye McMillan -- Introduction -- The experience of ageing for Aboriginal Australians -- A story of treating and caring for Maori Kaumatua (Elders) in a culturally responsive way -- 4.The Personal Perspectives Of Ageing In A Complex World / Denise Winkler -- Introduction -- Defining successful or healthy ageing -- Contents note continued: Theories of ageing -- Theories of human development -- Examples of older people benefiting society -- Conclusion -- pt. 2 THE SOCIAL ASPECTS OF AGEING -- 5.Family Relationships And Informal Care / Belinda Cash -- Introduction -- The role of informal care -- The challenges of informal care -- Conclusion -- 6.Intimate Relationships / Travis Ingersoll -- Introduction -- What is intimacy and why do we need it? -- Understanding intimate relationships through the lens of cultural diversity -- Understanding human sexuality -- Confronting sexual ageism in the health professions -- Sexually transmitted infections -- Dementia and sexual interest -- Enacting sexual health, expression and protection from harm policies -- Conclusion -- 7.Ageing In Rural Areas / Karen Bell -- Introduction -- The context of ageing -- Perspectives on ageing -- Ageing as a continuum -- Rural context -- Key points from the chapter -- 8.Vulnerabilities And Abuse / Fredrik Velander -- Contents note continued: Introduction -- Overview of the welfare of older Australians -- Overview of abuse of older people -- Theories of abuse of older people -- Effects of abuse of older people -- Legal and policy frameworks that address abuse of older people -- Conclusion -- 9.Volunteer Relationships And Older People In The Work Force / Denise Winkler -- Introduction -- Older people as volunteers -- Older people in the work force -- 10.Leisure And Recreation In The Lives Of Older People / Rylee A. Dionigi -- Introduction -- Leisure in later life in contemporary times -- Opportunities for physically active leisure and competitive sport in older age -- Resistance and empowerment through leisure in old age -- The moral agenda underlying active, successful and healthy ageing approaches -- Leisure, pleasure and `desired' ageing into the future -- Leisure in residential aged-care settings -- Where to from here? -- Conclusion -- Contents note continued: 11.Previously Unrecognised Issues: Managing The Health Of An Ageing Prison And Homeless Population / Maree Bernoth -- Introduction -- Managing the health of an ageing prison population -- Managing the health of an ageing homeless population -- Conclusion -- pt. 3 THE CLINICAL ASPECTS OF AGEING AND AGED CARE -- 12.The Impact Of Physiological Changes On Older People: Implications For Nursing Practice / Maree Bernoth -- Introduction -- The impacts of stereotyping -- The causes of ageing -- The role of the registered nurse -- Assessment process -- Age-related changes to body systems -- Overall impact of ageing changes -- Conclusion -- 13.The Older Person In Acute Care / Maree Bernoth -- Introduction -- The impact of inadequate assessment and stereotyping -- Assessment -- Atypical presentation -- Is it delirium or dementia? -- Adverse effects of hospitalization -- Pain -- Missed nursing care -- Medications -- Contents note continued: Transition to community services or short-term support strategies -- Transition to palliative care -- Transition to residential aged care -- Conclusion -- 14.Maintaining Mental Health Through The Ageing Experience / Margaret Roberts -- Introduction -- Economic determinants of mental health -- Offering support -- Mental health assessment -- Intervention for mental health issues -- Conclusion -- 15.Dementia / Carmel Davies -- Introduction -- The individual nature of dementia -- Is it dementia? -- Diagnosing dementia -- Impact of caring -- Person-centred care -- Conclusion -- 16.Pharmacology / Maree Bernoth -- Introduction -- What is a medication? -- Physiological age-related changes -- Pharmacokinetics -- Pharmacodynamics -- Polypharmacy -- Use or non-pharmacological medicines and therapies -- Pain management -- Communication and information -- Conclusion -- 17.Optimal Nutrition And Hydration / Simone Alexander -- Introduction -- Contents note continued: Healthy diet recommendations -- Maintaining a healthy weight, adequate muscle mass and bone strength -- Maintaining good oral health -- Hydration -- Role of accredited practising dietitians and when to refer -- Conclusion -- 18.Mobility And Falls Prevention / Kristy Robson -- Introduction -- What can affect mobility as we age? -- Why address mobility and fall risk in older people? -- Common causes of falls in the older population -- How to assess fall risk in older people -- Current fall-related intervention strategies -- Interventions -- Management of fall risk in hospital and residential facilities -- Complexity of identifying and managing fall risk in the community -- Conclusion -- 19.Managing Multiple Chronic Conditions [Multimorbidity] / Alison Henry -- Introduction -- Impact of multimorbidity -- Models of care -- Issues with hospitalisation, innovative responses and future directions -- Conclusion -- 20.End-Of-Life Care / Jenny McKenzie -- Contents note continued: Introduction -- Palliative care -- Legal issues related to the end of life -- Communication -- Assessment -- Pain and symptom management -- Nursing care for the imminently dying -- Transformation of hope in end-of-life care -- Recognising imminent death -- Declaring death -- Role of the registered nurse at time of death -- Compassion fatigue
Control code
000057355683
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxvi, 465 pages
Isbn
9780195597585
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
coloured illustrations, charts, graphs, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)948669707

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