Very good reference book for the students. Making notes and giving examples is easy. Detailed explanation of pathophysiology is the key point for me which makes it easier to the students to follow. Highly recommend this book for 3rd year students.
This is a very good book which is easy to follow and understand. It provides a comprehensive and insightful guide for nurses dealing with critically Ill Patients in a clear and concise manner. The inclusion of evidence -based prompts and activities including reflective practice and the additional optional reading (books, useful websites, journal articles at the end of each chapter is an excellent idea and makes it easier for the reader to explore the subject further.
An invaluable resource for any nurse new to critical care or high dependency care.
It is well written, has relevant up-to-date information that will benefit 2nd year nursing students who can reflect on their experience and relate it to the information in the book.
It is written well, with clear, concise language throughout. Furthermore, it asks relevant questions that do enhance the reader's learning.
It is evident that the editors and the contributors have worked hard at making what are several complex topics into easily understandable topics.
Ideal text for anyone new to critical care nursing, as it covers the key aspects involved in nursing the critically ill patient. Nursing students will also find this an engaging read; the included activities will help to consolidate their learning.
This is more focused for post registration nursing practice, We will add this to another course reading list when up and running 2022-23