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 changing face of volunteering in hospice and palliative care. An international perspectiveSubscription
’This book is aimed at anyone with an interest in volunteering in hospice and palliative care’
Essentials of Nursing Children and Young PeopleSubscription
’The book is aimed at second and third year children’s nursing students and keeps this audience firmly in focus with reference to a review panel of students’
Tears for My SistersSubscription
’All staff working in obstetrics and gynaecology should read this book, as well as students in the field, as they would all gain insight into this problem’
The Nurses Guide To Mental Health MedicinesSubscription
’A guide suitable for all professional academic students and qualified professionals such as nurses’
’The book is suitable for newcomers to research with no prior knowledge, hoping to access an introductory guide as a starting point or useful overview’
’This book adopts the definition of compassion as ‘a sensitivity to suffering in self and others with a commitment to try to alleviate and prevent it’’
’This book is about making the culture of care more person-centered by developing their understanding of touch’
’This is a must read book for nurses. Prof Tyrer is a huge advocate of nurses and those who have worked with him over the years will testify how he values the essential contribution that nurses make’
Letters From YemenSubscription
‘Introducing the idea that people can help themselves to have better outcomes was clearly a challenge to be overcome’
’The book is a necessary reminder of our own vulnerability, our capacity to act well towards others and, finally, of the great work being done by the NHS in the UK’