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new books

  • by Graham R. Williamson, Andrew Whittaker

    Succeeding in Literature Reviews and Research Project Plans for Nursing Students is a practical and readable guide that shows readers how to successfully complete a research project plan or literature review as part of their final year assessment.

    It guides readers through all of the necessary stages from start to finish, beginning with preparation and planning, using and critiquing research, and finally writing up and completing their project. The authors also explore the crucial challenge of translating evidence into practice and how this can lead to improved decision-making, better practice, and improved services.

  • by Sarah Ashelford

    Carefully designed to provide an integrated introduction to both the biology of disease and the therapeutic agents that are used to manage them, this book considers the underlying pathology of many common illnesses and diseases but by focusing on those conditions which have a pharmacological intervention is able to provide nurses with a broader understanding of bioscience that reflects care given in practice.

  • by Steven Trenoweth, editor

    Promoting recovery from mental health problems is a guiding principle within modern mental health care. Working in partnership with service users, new practice techniques are being designed and delivered that can allow individuals to thrive within society and move towards a fulfilling life beyond their diagnosis. Recovery remains a broad and subjective term though and understanding what this means for your service users and how to implement recovery into your practice is an important challenge.

  • by Amy Wenzel, editor

    The Oxford Handbook of Perinatal Psychology is the most comprehensive resource to date for scholars, students, and clinicians on the emotional and psychological experiences associated with childbirth. The volume describes the typical biological, emotional, and psychosocial changes associated with childbearing as well as various domains of pathology. Chapters on normal psychosocial and biological changes associated with childbearing provide a sound knowledge base from which to interpret research on specific aspects of emotional and psychological maladjustment during this time.

  • by Richard Griffith

    Law and Professional Issues in Nursing provides nurses of all levels with a crash course in law written in clear and straightforward language. It is filled with insightful case studies and thought-provoking activities that demonstrate the relevance of law and how it underpins safe and effective practice. Written explicitly for nurses, the book is an ideal starting point for nurses seeking to better understand the legal obligations they face leaving them better prepared for safe and effective practice.

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