The Handbook for Nursing Associates and Assistant Practitioners
- Gillian Rowe
- Scott Ellis - University of East London, UK
- Deborah Gee
- Kevin Graham
- Michelle Henderson
- Janette Barnes
- Chris Counihan
- Ami Jackson - Teeside University, UK
- Jade Carter-Bennett
Nursing | Other Health Specialties | Public Health
The essential handbook for trainee nursing associates and anyone undertaking a foundation degree or higher-level apprenticeship in healthcare practice.
This bestselling book will see you through all aspects of your programme, from the skills and knowledge you need to get started through to more advanced topics such as leadership and pathophysiology. Covering all of the topics you will study in clear, straightforward language, it builds your confidence and competence as an effective healthcare professional.
- Mapped to the 2018 NMC Standards and other relevant healthcare codes and standards
- New chapter on medicines management
- Filled with case studies, scenarios and activities illustrating theory in real life practice
This is a good core text for nursing associates and associate practitioners. It is encouraging that books solely related to the nursing associate and Assistant practitioner curriculum are finally coming to print.
This would be a good book for educators in healthcare to refer to especially if supporting these students for the first time
Teaching Nursing associates, this book has proven to be an essential Bible for my students.
Not only is this book a part of their reading list, I actively recommend it at induction!
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter 1: Developing academic study skills