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Karl Atkin, Neil Lunt and Carl Thompson
232 pagesCopyright 1999$80.95, Paperback, Reference
Using empirical case studies, this key text explores a range of key practice issues, and evaluates the contribution which nursing makes in the community. The text emphasizes, explores and evaluates three themes: The shift from secondary to primary care --Establishing needs and priority setting --And the role of evaluation in evidence-based practice. Clearly written by leading commentators in nursing, policy and research, this book provides an evidence-based resource for all community nurses.
By Karl Atkin, Senior Research Fellow, Ethnicity and Social Policy Research Unit, University of Bradford, UK; Neil Lunt, Lecturer, Department of Social Policy, University of Massey, New Zealand; and Carl Thompson, Research Fellow, Centre for Evidence-based Nursing, University of York, UK