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Category list : July 2018

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  • later life

    How to handle later lifeSubscription

    Book review24 July, 2018

    ’Everyone should read this book either to benefit ourselves as we age, or to help those around us.’

  • redefining aging

    Redefining Aging- A Caregiver’s Guide to Living Your Best LifeSubscription

    Book review24 July, 2018

    ’The stories in this book made me realise that it is an honor and a privilege to have the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK as more awareness and support is being made available to carers after undergoing a Carers’ Assessment.’

  • hazardous drugs

    Safe Handling of Hazardous Drugs - 3rd editionSubscription

    Book review18 July, 2018

    ’This is an excellent tool to enable staff to undertake risk assessments – although written for nursing staff working in the US this is equally relevant for oncology nurses in the UK.’

  • windows

    That was when people started to worry (Windows into unwell minds)Subscription

    Book review18 July, 2018

    The book should be read by all healthcare professionals as it goes someway in demonstrating the small things that can be done in helping people who are affected. 

  • imperfect pregnancies

    Imperfect Pregnancies: A History of Birth Defects & Prenatal DiagnosisSubscription

    Book review18 July, 2018

    ’This book will benefit students, academics, health professionals and activists interested in issues surrounding new medical technologies, screening, risk management, pregnancy, disability, and the history and social politics of women’s bodies.’

  • fears of the rich

    The Fears of the rich, The Needs of the Poor: My Years at the CDCSubscription

    Book review18 July, 2018

    ’I would recommend the book to anyone interested in, or who works within, the field of public health’

  • nurse who

    The nurse who found herself in 1916Subscription

    Book review11 July, 2018

    ’This book will be enjoyed by anyone who is looking for an easy to read novel which integrates nursing with a historical perspective.’

  • teaching empathy

    Teaching Empathy and Conflict Resolution to People with DementiaSubscription

    Book review11 July, 2018

    ’This book would be useful to anyone involved with people living with dementia to serve as a reminder that a respectful and dignified approach is vital to underpin interactions’

  • home birth

    Why home birth mattersSubscription

    Book review11 July, 2018

    ’I would recommend this book to pregnant women, student midwives and healthcare professionals as it is such a balanced and informative read, without becoming boring’

  • medication matters

    Why Mothers’ Medication MattersSubscription

    Book review10 July, 2018

    ’The author raises some valuable points regarding how breastfeeding is viewed by both the greater medical field and society.’

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