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April 2019

oncologic

Understanding and Managing Oncologic Emergencies: A resource for nurses. 3rd editionSubscription

24 April, 2019 By

’This impressive book includes all the key oncological emergencies in a clear, accessible format’

gene eating

Gene EatingSubscription

23 April, 2019 By

’The book is written in an accessible tone and explains the relevant elements of physiology and genetics, plus the reasons why being overweight or obese is harmful. ’

hungry ghosts

In the Realm of Hungry Ghosts: Close encounters with addictionSubscription

18 April, 2019 By

’This book is filled with compassion and honesty and offers a fresh approach to understanding life with addiction’.

sleep well

How to sleep well: The science of sleeping smarter, living better and being productiveSubscription

3 April, 2019 By

’This is an easy to read book, which considers the process of sleep, factors influencing sleep quality and the impact that poor sleep may have on quality of life and personal performance’

smallest thing

The smallest things: On the enduring power of familySubscription

2 April, 2019 By

’This book would be enjoyed by those who are looking for a warm tale of family life and the complexity that often goes with it’

April 2018

sorted

Sorted : The active woman’s guide to healthSubscription

30 April, 2018 By

’I really enjoyed reading it as not only was it informative and interesting but left me wanting to improve my lifestyle and stay as fit and well as I possibly can.’

clinical examination

Clinical Examination Skills for Healthcare Professionals - 2nd editionSubscription

30 April, 2018 By

’It would be of great use for any nurse who is looking to complete their clinical examination training or who is looking to progress into a nurse specialist role.

power

The power of positive leadershipSubscription

27 April, 2018 By

’This book is relevant to all leaders regardless of setting or profession and will provide the foundations for positive leadershi’

emotional intelligence

Emotional Intelligence pocketbook. Little exercise for an intuitive lifeSubscription

26 April, 2018 By

’This book is well placed for all health and social care professionals who want to better understand themselves and others.’

leadership challenge

The Leadership Challenge - sixth editionSubscription

25 April, 2018 By

’This book should be embraced by all who want to learn about the challenges of leadership, whether they are in the early stages of their career or are an existing leader’

how to talk

How To Talk To Absolutely AnyoneSubscription

25 April, 2018 By

’The book gave me practical tools including being kind to oneself, laughing it off or telling other people and moving on; strategies which I can also pass on to those I come into contact with’

unstoppable

Unstoppable. Transforming your mindset to create change, accelerate results, and be the best at what you doSubscription

25 April, 2018 By

’I found the book useful when looking at team dynamics and reflecting when change does not work’

supporting children

Supporting Children’s Health and WellbeingSubscription

19 April, 2018 By

’This is useful book for students of the Early Years Curricula’

cooking

Cooking with CancerSubscription

19 April, 2018 By

’Readers of poetry would enjoy this short book but also people who care for patients going through the various stages of cancer’

reflective2

Reflective Practice Transforming Education and Improving OutcomesSubscription

18 April, 2018 By

’This is a text book for all levels of nursing staff junior and senior’

Rose Gets in ShapeSubscription

18 April, 2018 By

’This book is suitable for all pre-and post-registration students and lecturers especially when topics related to care and compassion are taught in the curriculum.’







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