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Beginner to Specialist

30th April 2006

The experience of most staff in the NHS is one of having to often work in ways that are new to them, and in ways that their professional training did not equip to them deal with.

The writing of this book is in response to the widening role of many professionals not just in the clinical arena, but in many other endeavours such as management within the hospital at night project, bed management, management of violence and aggression and ethical issues, for example.

This book is intended primarily for clinicians such as nurses, nurse practitioners, student nurses, operational managers, midwives and healthcare assistants who work in association with medicine and who are experiencing role expansion.

This book is best used is by the clinician at the bedside who may need the reassurance of the key information within its text and can easily be carried to the bedside in the uniform pocket.

The purpose and aspiration of this, the first in a series of books, is to enable and underpin the clinician in whatever environment they find themselves in.

 

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Date Added: 30th Apr 2006

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