Advancing Practice in Cancer and Palliative Care critically explores and analyses the themes and pragmatics of advancing nursing practice in relation to cancer and palliative care. Written by a team of experienced practitioners and educationalists, each chapter considers key elements of advanced practice in terms of conceptual, practical and organisational themes. Case studies are used throughout to encourage the reader to take a reflective stance on the way in which the themes of the text can be applied to practice. The book will be a useful resource for cancer and palliative care nurses wanting to advance and lead practice effectively.
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Author Biography - David Clarke
DAVID CLARKE is Nursing Lecturer and Course Leader for BHSc in Nursing Practice at the University of Leeds. He has extensive experience of teaching and curriculum design. JEAN FLANAGAN is Macmillan Lecturer and Course Leader for the MHSc in Advancing Nursing Practice at the University of Leeds. She has extensive experience of cancer nursing and palliative care and has written widely in this area. KEVIN KENDRICK was Assistant Director of Learning and Teaching in the Nursing Division at the University of Leeds. He has written widely and published widely, particularly in such fields as Nursing Ethics, Education, Care of the Dying, Reflective Practice and Advancing Clinical Excellence.