The Nurse's Clinical Skills Pocketbook
- Catherine Delves-Yates - University of East Anglia, UK
- Fiona Everett - University of the West of Scotland, UK
- Wendy Wright
Learning and study skills | Nursing
This pocket-sized book is an ideal reference for nursing students. It puts the facts at your fingertips, giving you immediate access to 50 different clinical procedures.
- Handy checklists covering the things to consider before starting the procedure
- Clear instructions guide you step-by-step through the skill
- All fields of practice included to ensure your care is person-centred
Whether revising for an OSCE, preparing for a new clinical placement or looking for a clear description of how to perform a certain task, this book will become a trusted companion and daily reference as your practice experience steadily grows.
This is essential reading as it looks at the clinical skills that T-levels students need to understand and apply - in a pocketbook, it provides the fundamental skills that are necessary.
My students have said that they would sooner have the actual book than the e-format. I still want them to have access to this format for those who were to shy to speak up in class!
A must have pocketbook for any students entering the nursing profession. It is an easy read, simplified and understandable. It sets clear procedures and steps to follow with regards to clinical skills that a nursing student would require to start their career.
Excellent resource for first year nursing students. Quick and easy overview of the nursing procedures.
This book contains all useful information for the practical elements of our course. I am personally impressed by the detail of the skills.
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter 2 - Clinical Measurement