Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures
Edition - Royal Marsden NHS Trust
Lisa Dougherty (Author), Sara Lister (Author)
It presents up-to-date, evidence-based
expert knowledge, enabling nurses to deliver effective patient-focused care. Clinical
procedures are a fundamental aspect of nursing care, so it is essential that they
are evidence-based. This book provides that evidence while remaining firmly grounded
in current day-to-day nursing practice.
For Nurses and Health Care Workers
by Barbara F. Weller (Author)
This edition moves beyond the narrow
medical focus of other pocket dictionaries and is firmly focused on the needs
of today's nurses. It provides the essential pocket reference resource for everyone
involved in nursing and healthcare. This dictionary also includes a vast range
of useful information within its appendices.
Anatomy for Students: with StudentConsult Access
Richard Drake (Author), Wayne Vogl (Author), Adam W. M. Mitchell (Author), Adam
Designed to be suitable for any type of curriculum, Gray's
Anatomy for Students presents the essentials of clinical anatomy in a way that
furthers complete understanding and firmly relates the study of anatomy to the
clinical practice of medicine.
and Clark Clinical Medicine
Parveen Kumar (Author), Michael Clark (Author)
This new fourth edition
builds on and enhances the book's reputation and popularity with undergraduate
and postgraduate medical students, practising doctors and students in allied health
Practice: Hospital and Home
Margaret F. Alexander (Editor), Josephine (Tonks) N. Fawcett (Editor), Phyllis
J. Runciman (Editor)
It explores ways of knowing about nursing and is structured
in a progressive way. It contains many features including an in-depth appreciation
of nursing issues and cross-referencing of all relevant nursing material.
John D. Gatford (Author), Nicole Phillips (Author)
The ability to calculate
drug doses accurately and quickly is an essential skill. This best-selling book
uses a diagnostic test to pinpoint any weaknesses in the basic arithmetic required
and is followed by specific exercises to remedy them. Examples are drawn from
Student Nurse Handbook: A Survival Guide
Bethann Siviter (Author), Denise Stevens (Author)
This unique book will
be useful to those of any age considering nursing as a career, with or without
previous practical experience in health care. It will help you understand exactly
what your tutors and mentors expect from you and help you plan for and cope with
the inevitable stress and frustration. The Student Nurse Handbook will be an essential
companion throughout your course.
Studies for Nurses Using Enquiry Based Learning
Grandis (Editor), Gareth Long (Editor), Edward Alan Glasper (Editor), Pam Jackson
'Innovative and exciting ... the chapters are interesting
and contain a wealth of information.' - Kay Wilkie, Director of Learning and Teaching,
School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Dundee
ECG Made Easy
John R. Hampton (Author)
This popular text provides a readable guide to
ECG interpretation, with an emphasis throughout on straightforward practical application.
This is the ideal pocket reference for a wide range of trainee health professionals.
Now includes sample full 12-lead ECG's for reference.
Research: Principles, Process and Issues
Kader Parahoo (Author)
"After trying to find a book which would help
with a difficult year two nursing exam I found everything I needed to know and
The text is easy to read but still remains in sufficient depth to
gain a good grounding for research. I will be using it to work along side my degree
in year three. Invaluable to evidence based care with every aspect of research
covered in a way to enjoy and learn more. Brilliant!" - MHSA
Health and Social Care: An Introductory Reader
(Published in association
with The Open University) (Paperback)
Margaret Allott (Editor), Martin Robb (Editor)
This introductory text provides
a wide-ranging collection of key readings in the field of health and social care.
The book features classic readings alongside articles reflecting the most recent
theoretical and empirical work. Cutting across the conventional divide between
health care and social care, the Reader sets out to link policy to practice in
a tangible way, juxtaposing the voices of a range of carers and service users
with insights from academic debate and research.
Nurse's Survival Guide to the Ward
Ann Richards (Author), Sharon L. Edwards (Author)
If you are a nurse starting
work on the ward or returning to practice, this book is an indispensable partner
for you. It provides instantly accessible practical guidance on day-to-day procedures
and problems in a variety of areas including: how to organise your job and yourself;
how to assess patients; important principles, procedures and investigations ...
Handbook of Nurse Prescribing
Sue Beckwith (Author), Penny Franklin (Author)
This is a general guide
to nurse prescribing with concise easy to reach information on all aspects of
the foundations of nurse prescribing and would be be invaluable for the the nurses
in primary care particularly.
Principles and Practice of Nurse Education
by Francis M.
Quinn; Suzanne Hughes (Author)
"An Essential Text for Students of
the ENB998 or C&G 703; this book should also be very high on the list of anyone
who has an interest in post registration nurse education.
It covers all
of the main areas, with a focus on assessment and lifelong learning. It is easy
to read and understand and application to practice is realistic and achievable."
(An Amazon review)
Communication Skills for Nursing Practice
by Philippa Sully
(Author), Joan Dallas (Author)
this book will enable you to communicate
effectively and with confidence in your professional practice. It focusses on
the communication skills needed for the development of effective professional
and therapeutic relationships.
a Nurse in the 21st Century
by Ian Peate (Author)
aim of Becoming a Nurse in the 21st Century is to encourage, motivate and instil
in the reader the desire, confidence and competence to become a registered nurse.
This text is primarily intended for nursing students, health care assistants,
those undertaking SNVQ/NVQ level of study, those returning to practice or anyone
who intends to undertake a programme of study leading to registration as a nurse.
and Wilson Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness
Anne Waugh (Author), Allison Grant (Author)
This long established best-selling
text meets the needs of a wide range of health care professionals including nurses,
nursing students, students of allied health professions and complementary therapies,
paramedics and ambulance technicians.
Handbook of Clinical Medicine (Oxford Handbooks)
Murray Longmore (Author), Ian Wilkinson (Author), Tom Turmezei (Author), Chee
Kay Cheung (Author)
No other book has entered the hearts, minds and pockets
of so many doctors and medical students the world over. Now in its 7th edition,
the main features and essence of the original edition remain unchanged. Developed
over 21 years, the Handbook encompasses the experience, knowledge and wisdom of
more than 10 different authors.
Clinical Nursing and Related Sciences
Mike Walsh (Author)
This edition continues to provide this comprehensive
support, but also reflects the changing context of nursing care. It reflects the
growing importance of primary health and the community, the move towards evidence-based
practice and the importance of the multi-disciplinary team.
Newly Qualified Nurse's Survival Guide
Sue Hopkins (Foreword), Jackie Hole (Author)
"Small enough to carry
around with you but with vast amounts of common sense, facts and great tips for
surviving on a ward.
I think every newly qualified nurse or someone returning
after a career break will find this book invaluable.
Written with a sense
of humour so it is very easy to read and understand. Not boring at all."