Events support coordinator Ibadete Fetahu manages the systems that keep Nursing Times running smoothly.
Bringing her administrative experiences from the World Bank, Ibadete ensures that the Nursing Times team, contributors and the network of peer reviewers are supported. As book reviews editor, Ibadete selects suitable and challenging books for our nurse audience and finds expert reviewers to give their opinions on them to help our readers with their book choices.
Ibadete joined Nursing Times in 2009. Prior to that, she worked for International Medical Corps (IMC) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), both in Kosovo.
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’The text is well written and enjoyable to read’
Cooking with CancerSubscription
’I’d recommend Cooking with Cancer to everyone, but particularly those working in healthcare’
The Nurses Anatomy and Physiology Colouring BookSubscription
’This is definitely a book that I would recommend to all student nurses as a starter when studying anatomy and physiology as it provides a fun way to learn’
’This book is relevant for undergraduate and postgraduate students and academics.’
’This may be useful for people with mild depression or anxiety who are seeking ways to reduce these symptoms without medication.’
’This book will appeal to undergraduate social work students who are keen to improve their communication skills.’
’This text is ideal reading for those studying psychology, problem solving, philosophy, cognitive bias, research design, evidence based practice, and anyone curious about why we think, reason and make choices.’
Clinical psychology. A very short introductionSubscription
’I would be recommending this as essential reading to any psychology student but probably more so to anyone who regularly has conversations with others about anxiety, stress or any psychological issue’
’This book is not directly related to nursing, however, the content and examples can be easily translated to the world of health care delivery and education’
’I found the eye catching positive imagery on the front cover to be inviting, and the book itself is easy to read and to dip in and out of’