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’Anyone with some memory issues would find this book useful as would professionals who work with people with memory issues to be able to recommend a self-help guide, for example specialist nurses.’
iPhone Medical Photography: Everything you need to know to get quick answers and reduce doctors visitsSubscription
’This book would be beneficial for any healthcare professional wanting to look at innovative ways to capture medical photography in a timely and cost effective manner.’
Duty of Care of Healthcare ProfessionalsSubscription
‘This book would suit any healthcare professional, student and managers within the UK NHS healthcare system.’
Understanding Nursing and Healthcare ResearchSubscription
‘Any healthcare student who is just starting on a research course (degree/masters) would benefit from using this book.’
Do we need to keep debating what nursing is?Subscription
After the Directors’ of Nursing Congress delegates dismissed this question, Fran discusses whether this debate is starting to show its age.
Leading and Managing in Nursing Subscription
‘Although written primarily for the nurse in the states and NCLEX, this is apt for all nursing students and nurses who are working towards being in charge and management roles.’
‘Anybody who is interested in enhancing the quality of their life and exploring the way to their personal epiphany, should read this book’
Unknown Warriors: The Letters of Kate Luard Subscription
‘It highlights not only the courageous actions of a nurse putting herself at risk day after day, but pays tribute to those soldiers involved with and affected by the war.’
‘This innovative book would be beneficial to any students learning anatomy and physiology especially those struggling with anatomical concepts.’
Probably the greatest benefit to patients that nurses provide is their holistic focus.