Fundamentals of Assessment and Care Planning for Nurses
All nursing students are required to meet the seven standards produced by the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) before being entered onto the professional register. Fundamentals of Assessment and Care Planning for Nurses addresses two of these important standards, helping readers become proficient in assessing patient needs, and planning, providing and evaluating care.
This timely publication adopts a practical approach with NMC proficiencies at its core, providing guidance and insight into the application of key skills and demonstrating competency in real-life settings.
Fundamentals of Assessment and Care Planning for Nurses is an important resource for pre-registration nursing students and Nursing Associates who are required to demonstrate proficiency in the new NMC standards, and other registered practitioners seeking to update their knowledge.
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The nature of nursing
The provision of care
Critical thinking and clinical decision making
The nursing process
Models of nursing
The skills of assessment and planning care
Assessing the circulatory system
Assessing the cardiac system
Assessing the gastrointestinal system
Assessing the renal system
Assessing the respiratory system
Assessing the male reproductive system
Assessing the female reproductive system
Assessing the musculoskeletal system