Description - The Nursing Companion by Peter Birchenall
Are you thinking about studying nursing? Do you have an upcoming interview? Or have you just been accepted on a course? Do you need a guide? Then this book is for you. The number of students applying for nursing is increasing every year, making each place more competitive and more precious. This book will give you the edge in your application, knowledge for your interview, and support throughout your course. This trusty companion will answer your queries and settle your concerns, giving you an insight into the world of nursing. The experienced team of authors: ? introduce the different branches of nursing ? define the key concepts you will study on your course ? give you an insight into specialist study skills ? help you to understand research ? offer advice on professional development and life after university. Using case studies, activities and incorporating four end-of-part glossaries, this one-stop resource will prepare you for the experience of being a student nurse and equip you for the challenges of the profession.
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(234mm x 156mm x 25mm)
Publisher: Palgrave USA
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Author Biography - Peter Birchenall
PETER BIRCHENALL Professor and Independent Consultant in Nurse Education. He has a background in Learning Disability Nursing, Adult Nursing and Nurse Education. He has authored and co-authored several successful nursing textbooks. He has a background in nurse teacher education as well as leading courses in undergraduate and post graduate nursing. Peter has also worked as an Education Officer with the former English National Board for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting. Until his retirement Peter held the Chair in Health Studies at the University of Lincolnshire and Humberside, UK. For nine years he was Editor-in-Chief of Nurse Education Today, a position he relinquished in 2002. NICOLA ADAMS is Professor of Rehabilitation, School of Health, Community& Education Studies, Northumbria University, UK.