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By David O'Halloran, BEd(Hons), Med DHSM, CDR(T), ILTM
188 pagesTrim Size 7 1/2 X 9 1/4 inCopyright 2024$41.99, Online Product, Reference
This new book covers the basics of oncology for all practitioners who are likely to provide health care to cancer patients, especially those who do not have an oncology or medical background.
Cancer educator David O’Halloran provides a unique insight by bridging the gap between normal anatomy and what happens when cancer develops. Information is provided using a layered approach, starting with simple concepts of general cancer biology and moving through to more complicated aspects of specific tumour sites and cancer treatment.
Easy to read and follow, Oncology: An Introduction for Nurses & Healthcare Professionals is written in such a way that non-specialist readers will quickly understand complex terminology and concepts, making them relatable and understandable for experienced and junior nurses alike.
Advanced practitioners (ACPs), Nurse Practitioners, all nurses working with or likely to work with cancer patients and especially so in a non-specialist capacity.
By David O'Halloran, BEd(Hons), Med DHSM, CDR(T), ILTM, Director, O'Halloran Consultancy Limited, Accreditor for the Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education; Formerly Senior Lecturer in Radiotherapy, School of Healthcare Studies, Leeds, UK