Fundamentals of Nursing: Concepts, Process and Practice

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Pearson Education, 2008 - Nursing - 787 pages
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Nurses today must be able to grow and evolve in order to meet the demands of a changing health care system. Fundamentals of Nursing helps them on this journey with comprehensive coverage of contemporary professional nursing.

This book has been designed to support student nurses at undergraduate level, particularly those on the Common Foundation Programme and is the only text in the market that equally addresses nursing theory and practice.

"Kozier is an excellent resource for students throughout their training, and could be used as the starting point for most of their assessments. Overall, it is an excellent text that I will have no hesitation in recommending to my students." - Dorothy Adam, Lecturer, Nursing & Midwifery, The Robert Gordon University "The text is an exciting, clear and essential textbook for pre-registration nursing students. It sets the scene, shows application to practice, helps to make nursing practice more understandable and so enhances the student's learning experience." - Martin Bailey, Senior Lecturer, Nursing and Applied Clinical Studies, Christ Church University Canterbury

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Barbara Kozier is a nurse and writer whose works are often used in nursing schools. Her works include Professional Nursing Practice: Concepts and Perspectives and Fundamentals of Nursing.

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