Benita Wilson B.D.Wilson@hull.ac.uk
It is particulalry important that nurses understand the concept of stress because stress influences the health and welfare of both patients and health care providers. This chapter outlines what stress is; the physiological changes of stress; stress as a causative factor in disease; the role of illness and treatment in causing stress and approaches to helping patients minimize stress and its affects.
Wilson, B. (2005). Stress. Physiology for Nursing Practice, 251 - 266. (3rd). Elsevier
|Acceptance Date||Jan 1, 2005|
|Publication Date||Jan 1, 2005|
|Pages||251 - 266|
|Book Title||Physiology for Nursing Practice|
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