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    Book club: your reviews Subscription

    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.

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    Bread, Jam and a Borrowed Pram: A nurse’s story from the streetsSubscription

    ‘A brilliant book for current health visitors who want to compare their caseloads and careers with those who trod the pavements in the 1950s.’

  • Paul_Watson

    Assessing Evidence to improve Population Health and WellbeingSubscription

    ‘This book has many case studies and activities to help link theory and practice and prompt personal reflection in any practitioner or reader’

  • Carol_Cooper

    The Moon and MadnessSubscription

    ‘To sum up this book recites a long history of links between the moon and disturbed behaviour.’

  • Hilary_Jefferies

    Perspectives on Cancer Care Subscription

    ‘Each chapter may be read as a ‘stand alone’ chapter for a specific disease site, for example primary malignant brain tumours and the management of rectal cancer  which provides details of the risks, signs and symptoms, primary and secondary treatment.’

  • Dr_JoWilson

    Examination of the NewbornSubscription

    ‘The book is very well illustrated with tables, graphs, photographs and competencies.’

  • Greta_McGough

    Perspectives on Care at Home for Older PeopleSubscription

    ‘This scholarly book is a collection of essays by various excellent authors, dealing with different aspects of care at home for elderly people’

  • Dr_JoWilson

    Show Stress Who’s Boss!Subscription

    ‘A superb practical book which is an accessible guide to understanding stress and self-management of taking control and applying techniques to reduce pressure’

  • Nigel_Jopson

    Fundamentals of Nursing (2nd Edition)Subscription

    ‘This book would be useful to students and new nurses as a source book as it covers a lot of really useful areas’

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    The Nightingale Shore Murder: The life and death of a Queen’s NurseSubscription

    ‘The book begins with the fateful train journey that was to be Florence’s last, and then tells the story of her life in a number of well-researched chapters.’

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