Clinical Nursing Skills: Procedures in Context (Book)Anthelyn Jean Smith-Temple (author)
Book 1392 Pages / Published: 15/03/2006
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Clinical Nursing Skills: Procedures in Context is designed to teach students and practicing nurses to perform basic and advanced nursing skills using critical thinking. Readers are instructed in the efficient performance of nursing techniques and the application of nursing concepts in decision-making before, during, and after skill performance. The author guides readers in the use of effective communication with client teaching throughout skill steps.With its strong emphasis on critical thinking, care management, and evidence-based practice, this book is an ideal text for courses in all levels of nursing programs, and can be used as a reference or procedure manual by practicing nurses at various healthcare facilities.
Publisher: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
Number of pages: 1392
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