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  • The Special Parents Handbook

    The Special Parent's HandbookSubscription

    ‘The highlights were the way the author describes situations and ways of dealing with them with great skill and empathy. She is painfully honest and at times incredibly vulnerable but never once expects sympathy. In fact, the positive tone throughout is deeply affecting.’

  • Nursing: Decision-making Skills for Practice

    Nursing: Decision-making Skills for Practice

    ‘I would recommend this book to student nurses who want to develop their decision making skills.’

  • The Great Ormond Street Hospital_Manual of Children's Nursing Practices

    The Great Ormond Street Hospital Manual of Children’s Nursing PracticesSubscription

    ‘This textbook would be most suited for either student paediatric nurses or paediatric nurses working in a ward setting.’

  • Best practice in midwifery

    Best Practices in Midwifery – Using the Evidence to Implement Change Subscription

    ‘Simply, the book is a compilation of situations that may be encountered in midwifery practice and discusses the best evidence based ways to deal with them.’

  • Paediatric Intensive Care Nursing

    Paediatric Intensive Care NursingSubscription

    ‘The book takes a systematic approach around each topic and clearly takes the reader through the steps and stages through enhancing their understanding and application of the skills and knowledge. ’

  •  Children's Respiratory Nursing

    Children’s Respiratory NursingSubscription

    ‘In addition to being aimed at qualified nurses caring for children with respiratory conditions this book will be of benefit to all children’s nurses with a particular interest in respiratory conditions wanting to develop their level of understanding of the special management required in this area.’

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