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‘It would make a wonderful addition to all nurses’ bookcase – with a ripped dustcover, broken spine and well thumbed. At least mine is!’
‘This book would be of insight to anyone with an interest in the historical management of pain. ’
‘This book should be read by anyone who provides care for people diagnosed with lupus or work with patients groups where a diagnosis may occur’
‘Working with bereavement is an excellent practical guide that covers a vast array of subject matter from theories of bereavement, working with bereavement to hard to talk about deaths.
‘This book needs to be on the shelf in the ward office for all staff to obtain.’
‘I can certainly recommend this book to nursing students’
‘This textbook would be beneficial to pre-registration and post-graduate students studying health care for children and young people.’
‘The authors themselves aim the book at healthcare professionals who need to understand and appraise evidence.’
‘I especially enjoyed the fact that this book was aimed at student nurses in particular, as I feel like I could apply each aspect of the book to my current progress along my course.’
‘This book would be an ideal resource for children in primary care settings such as a hospital wards, as the children who may have immunodeficiency disorders may be able to read more about their condition.’
“This book is a rare treasure being applicable to ward nurses, specialist nurses, ward managers and students.”
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‘A strong point is the acknowledgement of the different stages of dementia’