Portfolio by the numbers
Curated with the needs of students and practitioners in mind, our collection of books and journals on Nursing covers evidence-based practice in both medical and community settings, and also the role of Nursing within research, policy discussions, patient advocacy and management.
Publishing journals and books such as Issues in Mental Health Nursing and Making Sense of the ECG, we aim to support students and practitioners so that they can support the health of individuals and communities.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing is a refereed journal designed to expand psychiatric and mental health nursing knowledge. It deals with new, innovative approaches to client care, in-depth analysis of current issues, and empirical research. Because clinical research is the primary vehicle for the development of nursing science, the journal presents data-based articles on nursing care provision to clients of all ages in a variety of community and institutional settings.
This innovative publication focuses on health care issues relevant to all aspects of community practice -- home health care, visiting nursing services, clinics, hospices, education, and public health administration. Well-researched articles provide practical and up-to-date information to aid the nurse who must frequently make decisions and solve problems without the back-up support systems available in the hospital.
Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing: Building Evidence for Practice , is an international peer-reviewed journal that contributes to the knowledge base of children’s nurses and other health care professionals who care for children in all health care settings. Content topics appropriate for the journal include those related to all aspects of knowledge translation (evidence-based practice) into child health care practice.
Primary Care Nursing Series. All registered nurses are required to keep portfolios which demonstrate their competence in clinical practice in order to receive re-registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Interpreting an ECG correctly and working out what to do next can seem like a daunting task to the non-specialist, yet it is a skill that will be invaluable to any doctor, nurse or paramedic when evaluating the condition of a patient. Making Sense of the ECG has been written specifically with this in mind, and will help the student and more experienced healthcare practitioner to identify and answer crucial questions.
This new edition of the best-selling Minor Illness Manual has been completely revised and updated with the latest clinical guidance and prescribing information, and includes a new chapter on the changing demands of Primary Care.