Environmental Psychology: New Developments (Psychology by Jorge Valentin, Lucila Gamez

By Jorge Valentin, Lucila Gamez

This publication offers unique learn effects at the cutting edge of environmental psychology. every one bankruptcy has been rigorously chosen in an try to current massive advances throughout a vast spectrum.

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New types of patient rooms emerged (the universal patient room), which were designed with sufficient space and provision for equipment, medical gases, and power capacity to accommodate any level of patient acuity (Figure 6). This paradigm shift warranted a radically different approach to nursing. Since different acuity levels demand different levels of skill and expertise, the acuity adaptable nursing model was founded on cross-trained, adaptable nurses. Several potential advantages exist with the acuity adaptable nursing model over traditional models of care.

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