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By Jenny Spouse, MSc, PhD, DipN, RN, SCM, RNT, RCNT, Michael J. Cook, MSc(EdMgt), MSc(QuMgt), EdD Cert ED, DipN(Lond), RN, RNT and Carol Cox, BSc(Hons), Msc, MAEd, PhD, PGDipEd, CertCHP, RN
Copyright 2008$72.95, Online Product, Reference
Availability:Out of print. 11/11.
This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. Now revised and fully updated in line with developments in nurse education, this fourth edition will prove indispensable to pre-registration nursing students on the Common Foundation Programme. It provides an essential guide to working in health care settings and prepares them for entry to their chosen branch programme. It will also be of relevance to other health care professionals such as health care assistants.
•An essential guide to working in health care settings for pre-registration nursing students that prepares them for entry to their chosen branch programme•Student-friendly format with extensive case studies, activities, boxes and further reading
STUDENT-FOCUSSED - Activities and case studies help make learning more interactive and funCURRENT - Reflects changes and trends in healthcareNEW LAYOUT - Sections reflect the Nursing & Midwifery Council 4 domains of knowledge that are used to assess progressNEW MATERIAL - - Anatomy & Physiology- What it's like being a Nursing student- Care Delivery- Communication Skills- Decision Making and Record Keeping- Health and Safety- Hygiene- Nutrition- Study Skills and using ITPATIENT-CENTRED FOCUS - Reflects the needs of diverse cultures
By Jenny Spouse, PhD, Associate Dean for Practice Education, St. Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwefery, City University; London, UK; Michael J. Cook, EdD, MSc(Education Management), MSc(Quality Management), DipN(Lond)CertEd, RN, RNT, ILTM, Associate Dean, Learning and Teaching, St. Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University, London, UK; and Carol Cox, PhD, RN, Professor Advanced Clinical Practice, St. Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City University; London, UK