Edited by two nurses, this book focuses on clinical care. There are 26 chapters, which are grouped together into four sections, each relating to an area of the general practice nurse role like, health promotion and health education; disease management; health maintenance and clinical procedures; and management and professional issues.
Presents a range of technological developments, which may be used in the field of clinical rehabilitation. This book explains and demystifies their practical relevance for the non-specialist clinician. It is a useful for those working in the field of rehabilitation who encounter biotechnological innovations as part of their professional practice.
Part of the "YQA" series, this book, written in a Q and A format, provides information useful for a primary care doctor to be able to understand and treat patients who have hypertension. The answers are presented in an accessible style, with emphasis on evidence-based knowledge.
Based on the internationally acclaimed Core Curriculum for a Post-Registration Course in Cancer Nursing developed by the European Oncology Nursing Society. This title covers the key areas nurses caring for patients in this specialty need to consider. It provides scientific, psychological and sociological information necessary for nurses.
Designed for core curricula based on body system or problem-based learning, this work provides students with a description of essential anatomy within a clinical context. Surface anatomy, radiological anatomy and clinical cases are included to highlight functional and clinical relevance of structures described.