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January 2019


Alzheimer’s Disease & Dementia. What Everyone Needs To KnowSubscription

22 January, 2019

’ The author’s lived and professional experience around AD and dementia is the greatest strength of this book. ’

stranger on the bridge

The Stranger on the Bridge – My journey from despair to hopeSubscription

16 January, 2019 By

’This should be a must read for anyone engaged in working with people across health, social and educational establishments but it resonates with all of us’

alzheimer guide index

A pocket guide to understanding Alzheimer’s Disease and other DementiasSubscription

9 January, 2019 By

”I cannot congratulate Dr Warner and Dr Graham enough for this invaluable text.”

January 2018

unknown warrior

Unknown Warriors – The letters of Kate Luard RRC and BAR, Nursing Sister in France 1914 -1918Subscription

29 January, 2018 By

’It had me hooked from beginning to end’

nurses and nursing

Nurses and Nursing: The person and the professionSubscription

22 January, 2018 By

’The writing style and choice of subjects addressed make this book an enjoyable journey of contemplation, which offers insight to the personal and professional capacity of nursing.’


Intravenous Therapy: a practical guideSubscription

11 January, 2018 By

’This book would be excellent for any nurse who is learning about the administration of intravenous therapy as well as those wanting to update their knowledge as it provides good coverage of all aspects of the process’


How to communicate effectively in health and social care. A practical guide for the caring professions.Subscription

10 January, 2018 By

’This practical book will be of benefit anyone working in health and social care’

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