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Harvard’s Nursing Guide to Drugs

Harvard’s Nursing Guide to Drugs, 9th Edition

‘I would recommend this to any nurse, student nurse or even student doctor.’

Aging and Critical Care 

Aging and Critical Care

‘This book would be useful for all clinical staff working in the critical care setting and also in the emergency departments where the first hour can be crucial for diagnosing these important but complex patients.’

Introduction to Maternity and Pediatric Nursing 7th Edition

Introduction to Maternity and Pediatric Nursing 7th Edition

‘This textbook would be beneficial to pre-registration and post-graduate students studying health care for children and young people.’

The mindful caregiver

The Mindful Caregiver: Finding Ease in the Caregiving Journey

’ It can be read from cover to cover but provides useful chapters to dip back into at a later day or if requiring a therapeutic pick-me-up.’

Doing a Literature Review in Health and Social Care

Doing a Literature Review in Health and Social Care. A Practical Guide

‘This book would be invaluable for anybody undertaking a dissertation or research work involving a literature review and also for “old hands” to remind them of the process required to review and appraise evidence in an efficient and understandable manner.’

The Nurses Survival Guide: A Simple ABC

The Nurses Survival Guide: A Simple ABC

‘Better aimed at qualified nurses that are looking for a bit of advice.’

Care of People with Diabetes

Care of People with Diabetes: A Manual of Nursing Practice (third edition)

‘The book is ideal for gaining a knowledge base regarding diabetes with suggested reading throughout the book for further knowledge development of diabetes.’

Wongs Nursing Care of Infants and Children. 10th Edition

Wongs Nursing Care of Infants and Children. 10th Edition

‘A good neonatal and paediatric reference and textbook, which is clearly based on family centred care, minimising risks to children from the provision of physical and psychological care that can be inflicted through illness and health promotion.’

The John Hopkins Guide to Diabetes (second edition)

The John Hopkins Guide to Diabetes (second edition)

‘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)

‘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

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

Dementia: The one stop guide

Dementia: The one stop guide

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

Living with drugs

Living with Drugs, seventh edition

‘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’

Dementia and the family

Dementia and the family

‘This is a book that is aimed at families although the author does suggest that other carers, either paid or unpaid might also benefit from the ideas contained within it and I have no reason to disagree with this.’

Pride and Joy

Pride and Joy

‘All staff from students to chief executives who work in the healthcare setting must make a point to read this book- there is hope if we pull together.’

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Dementia and the family

Dementia and the family

‘This is a book that is aimed at families although the author does suggest that other carers, either paid or unpaid might also benefit from the ideas contained within it and I have no reason to disagree with this.’

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Wongs Nursing Care of Infants and Children. 10th Edition

Wongs Nursing Care of Infants and Children. 10th Edition

‘A good neonatal and paediatric reference and textbook, which is clearly based on family centred care, minimising risks to children from the provision of physical and psychological care that can be inflicted through illness and health promotion.’

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Care of People with Diabetes

Care of People with Diabetes: A Manual of Nursing Practice (third edition)

‘The book is ideal for gaining a knowledge base regarding diabetes with suggested reading throughout the book for further knowledge development of diabetes.’

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Harvard’s Nursing Guide to Drugs

Harvard’s Nursing Guide to Drugs, 9th Edition

‘I would recommend this to any nurse, student nurse or even student doctor.’

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Aging and Critical Care 

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‘This book would be useful for all clinical staff working in the critical care setting and also in the emergency departments where the first hour can be crucial for diagnosing these important but complex patients.’

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