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Book club: your reviews

Every week a reader of nursingtimes.net will review a book for your pleasure. Do you want to review a book for book club? Email ibadete.fetahu@emap.com for instructions.

The John Hopkins Guide to Diabetes (second edition)

The John Hopkins Guide to Diabetes (second edition)

4-Mar-2015

‘It should be recommended to the medical and nursing profession since the prevalence of diabetes continues to rise.’

Population-Based Public Health Clinical Manual

Population-Based Public Health Clinical Manual: The Henry Street Model for Nurses (second edition)

3-Mar-2015

‘There is lots of opportunity for a student to pick this book up and be able to see how someone else has previously experienced the same as they are now going through. ‘

Tobacco Harm Reduction: A Radical New Approach to Quitting Smoking

2-Mar-2015

‘It has a use to anyone who wants to know some basic smoking facts.’

Dementia: The one stop guide

Dementia: The one stop guide

24-Feb-2015

‘I found the book uplifting with a positive emphasis throughout’

Living with drugs

Living with Drugs, seventh edition

12-Feb-2015

‘This book is suitable for non-specialists in training, such as student nurses and social workers and for anyone with an interest in this complex, ever-present and emotive issue’

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