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Author(s): Patricia A Fowler
Foundations of Nursing Practice: Essential Concepts instills an appreciation of what a “good” nurse means. Being an effective, efficient, competent nurse requires practitioners to have an extensive awareness of the expectations of a professional nurse, the uniqueness of every individual, and a comprehensive understanding of health and the health care delivery system.
Whoever said that learning complex material has to be difficult? The eighth edition of The Art of EKG Interpretation makes complex material easy and fun to learn by breaking it into simple components and incorporating humor. With this text, students will gain an excellent baseline understanding of simple and complex rhythms.
Author(s): Kara Sealock
Canadian RN Guide to Medical Surgical Clinical Practice is a pocket reference guide meant to be a quick reference for nursing students, novice nurses, medical professionals who just need a refresher on key points about a disease process or co-morbidity.
Clinical Exercise Physiology Laboratory Manual is designed to be a practical teaching guide for training students and professionals in the skills to be applied to exercise testing and prescription for health and physical fitness. This text emphasizes the value in learning the techniques in exercise physiology as opposed to just designing experiments in which techniques can be applied. This teaching methodology allows the student or professional to be better prepared to apply techniques to real-life situations.
Author(s): Patricia A Fowler
Foundations of Nursing Practice: Growth and Development integrates the anatomical and physiologic changes that occur at different stages of life with the psycho-social-cultural demands that accompany these changes.
Foundations of Nursing Practice: Growth and Development helps the reader recognize the very wide ranges of normal. With this insight, nurses can anticipate expected responses.
The Pips of Child Life Series is essential material for child life and play specialists, health care professionals, students, educators, and scholars interested in the history of psychosocial care of children and families in hospitals.
Author(s): John Patrick Hickey
Good stories can be very powerful and moving, especially when they include an emotional component. Telling an entertaining story is important, but bringing that personal component to the story makes it much better.
7 Summits: A Nurse’s Quest to Conquer Mountaineering in Life is written by Dr. Patrick Hickey, the first nurse in the world to complete the 7 Summits of the World on his first attempt of each mountain. The publication encourages the reader to make major changes in his/her life by looking at life through the 7 Summits of Life.
Basic Client Care has been reworked and enhanced to provide students with updated knowledge and information. As a foundational text the contained works are an aid to students in their pursuits, interests, and appreciation in starting a healthcare career. The contents have been expanded to encompass an in-depth understanding of the essentials of care and a platform from which to develop an educational allied health understanding. This book has been developed to meet the course requirements for Maricopa Community Colleges.
Today’s nurses are engaged in many roles. They are caregivers, teachers, advocates, clinicians, leaders, managers, and researchers in their professional lives. Outside of the workplace, they are also spouses, children, parents, and grandparents. They may be involved in activities in churches and communities, volunteering for meaningful events and sharing knowledge within professional organizations.