Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 767 g
Dimensions: 261 x 189 x 31 mm
Welcomed and timely... will help pre registration nursing students to make the link between key policy drivers and the challenges for the nursing profession... written to have practical relevance and promote reflective thought and critical thinking through the application of theoretical concepts... Suitable for all students as a main text... recommended reading * Pauline Lilley, Lecturer, Coventry University *
A useful addition to available resources for undergraduates. Setting public health nursing firmly in the contexts of the evolving policy agenda, nursing roles and key skills before exploring specific areas of need * Dr Erica S. Alabaster, Senior Lecturer, Cardiff School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies, Cardiff University *
With an increasing emphasis on Public Health within the nursing profession it is important that this subject is covered well within nursing courses...this textbook is a good foundation to public health nursing * Kirsten Kernaghan RGN BSc(Hons) MSc, Services Co-ordinator, NHS Lothian *
I have not seen many public health books that are as up to date... Furthermore, I think that with an ever increasing focus on public health, this would be a good foundation for students to then explore from... Overall I think you could use the book throughout your training * Michelle Gibbon, Newly qualified Nurse, Liverpool *
This book will provide an excellent knowledge base on public health for a student or junior nurse... Overall, an enjoyable, informative and thought provoking read * Ellena Ronnie, 3rd Year Student Nurse, De Montfort University *
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