Lifestyle Management in Health and Social Care.

By: Thew, MirandaContributor(s): McKenna, JimPublisher: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2008Copyright date: ©2009Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (280 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781444309393Subject(s): Lifestyles -- Health aspects.;Health behavior.;Behavior modificationGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Lifestyle Management in Health and Social CareDDC classification: 613 LOC classification: RA776.9.L56 2008Online resources: Click to View
Contents:
Lifestyle Management in Health and Social Care -- Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction Miranda Thew and Jim McKenna -- Section A HEALTHY LIFESTYLES -- 1 Creating the Opportunity for Change Stephen Paul and Bill Penson -- 2 Food and Lifestyle: Healthy Eating and Weight Management Pinki Sahota -- 3. Getting the Balance Right: Managing Work-Home Confl ict Jim McKenna and Miranda Thew -- Section B LIVING WITH LIFESTYLE PROBLEMS -- 4. Impact of Lifestyle on Back Pain Jamie Bell -- 5. Energy for Life Miranda Thew and Sue Pemberton -- 6. Good Sleep - The Life Enhancer Miranda Thew -- 7. Portable Relaxation for Everyday Living Miranda Thew -- 8. Lifestyle Factors in Managing Elevated Blood Pressure Jim McKenna -- Section C HEALTHY LIFE AND HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS -- 9. Teenagers - Love and … Boundaries! Gill Coverdale -- 10. Positive Parenting and the Younger Child Fiona Wondergem and Dawn Taylor -- Index.
Summary: Lifestyle Management in Health and Social Care is a one-stop handbook for health and social care professionals that assists in the provision of a wide range of professional lifestyle advice, treatment or condition specific therapy. It is both evidence-based and highly practical. Each chapter provides background information on a particular lifestyle factor including fatigue, stress, relationships and diet. In addition the book offers suggestions for further reading and step-by-step advice on how to explain and facilitate lifestyle skills with clients. At the end of each chapter and posted on the companion website are information sheets to hand out to clients to further support their understanding and their ability to apply effective strategies and skills for change. Features Companion website with downloadable PDF files of client handouts Evidence-based Multi-professional contributions Suggestions for further reading Includes motivational interviewing.
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Lifestyle Management in Health and Social Care -- Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction Miranda Thew and Jim McKenna -- Section A HEALTHY LIFESTYLES -- 1 Creating the Opportunity for Change Stephen Paul and Bill Penson -- 2 Food and Lifestyle: Healthy Eating and Weight Management Pinki Sahota -- 3. Getting the Balance Right: Managing Work-Home Confl ict Jim McKenna and Miranda Thew -- Section B LIVING WITH LIFESTYLE PROBLEMS -- 4. Impact of Lifestyle on Back Pain Jamie Bell -- 5. Energy for Life Miranda Thew and Sue Pemberton -- 6. Good Sleep - The Life Enhancer Miranda Thew -- 7. Portable Relaxation for Everyday Living Miranda Thew -- 8. Lifestyle Factors in Managing Elevated Blood Pressure Jim McKenna -- Section C HEALTHY LIFE AND HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS -- 9. Teenagers - Love and … Boundaries! Gill Coverdale -- 10. Positive Parenting and the Younger Child Fiona Wondergem and Dawn Taylor -- Index.

Lifestyle Management in Health and Social Care is a one-stop handbook for health and social care professionals that assists in the provision of a wide range of professional lifestyle advice, treatment or condition specific therapy. It is both evidence-based and highly practical. Each chapter provides background information on a particular lifestyle factor including fatigue, stress, relationships and diet. In addition the book offers suggestions for further reading and step-by-step advice on how to explain and facilitate lifestyle skills with clients. At the end of each chapter and posted on the companion website are information sheets to hand out to clients to further support their understanding and their ability to apply effective strategies and skills for change. Features Companion website with downloadable PDF files of client handouts Evidence-based Multi-professional contributions Suggestions for further reading Includes motivational interviewing.

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.

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