Psychosocial aspects of operating department practice

Book chapter


Mahoney, C (2014). Psychosocial aspects of operating department practice. in: Abbott, H and Booth, H (ed.) Foundations for Operating Department Practice - essential theory for practice Maidenhead, England Open University Press. pp. 67-81
AuthorsMahoney, C
EditorsAbbott, H and Booth, H
Abstract

This chapter will provide an introduction to some of the theories behind people’s behaviour. A brief overview of psychological and psycho-social theories will offer practitioners a basis for consideration of their current practice in support of perioperative patients.

Page range67-81
Year2014
Book titleFoundations for Operating Department Practice - essential theory for practice
PublisherOpen University Press
Place of publicationMaidenhead, England
Edition1
ISBN9780335244973
Publication dates
Print01 Jul 2014
Publication process dates
Deposited24 Nov 2018
Web address (URL)http://www.openup.co.uk/
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CC BY 4.0
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