Leg Ulcers E-Book

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By Moya Morison, BA, BSc(Hons), MSc, PhD, PGCE, RGN and Christine Moffatt, CBE, MA, PhD, RGN, NDN
ISBN
9780723435242-vst
Publication Date
23-11-2006
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  • A comprehensive approach incorporates up-to-date clinical information.
  • Problem-based learning allows readers to learn through real-life situations relevant to their clinical area.
  • Reflective case studies encourage readers to explore new ideas and challenge the basis of their practice.
  • Sources of knowledge chapter assists readers in identifying up-to-date sources of information to enhance their professional practice.
Using a unique problem-based learning approach, this comprehensive, full-color reference features case studies that link theory to practice. Chapters are written by an international group of 35 contributors and edited by a team of U.K. experts. The depth and scope of the material makes this an ideal core reference text, and an excellent resource for both nurses and medical staff involved in the management of leg ulcers.

Key Features
  • A comprehensive approach incorporates up-to-date clinical information.
  • Problem-based learning allows readers to learn through real-life situations relevant to their clinical area.
  • Reflective case studies encourage readers to explore new ideas and challenge the basis of their practice.
  • Sources of knowledge chapter assists readers in identifying up-to-date sources of information to enhance their professional practice.
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ISBN 9780723435242-vst
Author Informaiton By Moya Morison, BA, BSc(Hons), MSc, PhD, PGCE, RGN, Formerly Chair, School of Nursing, University of Abertay, Dundee, UK and Christine Moffatt, CBE, MA, PhD, RGN, NDN, Professor of Nursing and Co-director, The Centre for Research and Implementation of Clinical Practice, Faculty of Health and Human Sciences, Thames Valley University, London, UK
Pp Authortext Morison & Moffatt
Imprint Mosby
Publication Date 23-11-2006
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