Introduction to Nursing for First Year Students
- Calvin Moorley - London South Bank University, UK
Adult Nursing | Nursing | Nursing Theory & Professional Issues
The perfect handbook for first year nursing students!
Covering all the skills, theory and knowledge that students will need to know in order to succeed, this book is packed full of information relating to the core modules and key topics taught in the first year of a nursing degree (in line with the NMC standards for pre-registration nursing education). Written by a team of experienced registered nurses, the book uses innovative activities, scenarios and case studies to put the theory into context and bring the subject to life.
The book introduces the full range of nursing skills including:
- Person centred care, effective communication and ethical value
- Research, academic and study skills
- Core clinical skills for effective practice
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Pharmacology and medicines management
Whether preparing for their first practice placement, tackling assignments or revising for end-of-year exams, this book will support first-year nursing students in all specialisms and students on the first year of their nursing associate or nursing apprenticeship programmes.
Excellent well written book. Covers all essential topics including difficult ones such as end of life care with dignity and respect. All aspects of nursing covered and case studies provided offering real life situations. Academic topics are also discussed giving the reader every opportunity to do well in university.
An interesting and insightful book to support learners transition to HE and the expectations of the course
The book offers a comprehensive introduction to key topics of nursing education and practice. Perfect for first-year students and for our expansive learning modules.