Contemporary Nursing: Issues, Trends, & Management

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Mosby, 2002 - Medical - 630 pages
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The second edition of CONTEMPORARY NURSING continues to acclimate students to the nursing profession by offering invaluable self-improvement and career-building advice. Content provides a comprehensive overview of historic and current trends shaping nursing education, the health care delivery system, and nursing practice. The new second edition offers three new chapters in Theories of Nursing Practice; Workplace Advocacy & Workplace Issues; and Alternative Healing; New content on Health Policy and Evidence-Based Practice is also included. A new MERLIN website also offers new content from the authors with weblinks and other updates. Also available, a new online Instructor's Resource including an instructor's manual, PowerPoint slides, an image collection of cartoons and line drawings from the text, and a completely revised test bank with over 350 questions in NCLEX-RN format. TOC:

(Includes a FREE MERLIN website with ccontent updates and weblinks.)

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The Renaissance Period
The Contemporary Image of Professional Nursing

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Jacob is Dean and Professor, School of Nursing, Union University, Jackson, Tennessee.

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