- A comprehensive overview of family nursing that links family theory and research to clinical implementation in such practice areas as gerontology, maternity, pediatrics, med - surg, and mental health
- Encompasses broad definitions of families, including nuclear, cohabitating individuals, single parents, blended, gay, as well as cultural differences
- Clinical case studies illustrate intervention and health promotion for the family as a client in a variety of settings
- Explores implications for practice, research, and social policy
Publisher: F. A. Davis Co.
Year Published: 1996