Introduction to community nursing practice

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Arnott, J., Atherley, S., Pye, S. and Kelly, J. 2012. Introduction to community nursing practice. Maidenhead McGraw Hill Education.
AuthorsArnott, J., Atherley, S., Pye, S. and Kelly, J.
Abstract

A textbook for understanding how community nursing works and how to work effectively in community settings. The skills required to work with the challenges of community nursing activities are clearly introduced , from working in people's homes, working with carers, developing assessment skills to working with other professionals.

KeywordsCommunity nursing; Interprofessional working; Community care assessment
Year2012
PublisherMcGraw Hill Education
Output statusPublished
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Print16 Jul 2012
Place of publicationMaidenhead
ISBN9780335244713
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