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Developing Your Career in Nursing
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Developing Your Career in Nursing

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August 2003 | 184 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Developing Your Career in Nursing is an accessible guide to help you choose your initial or continuing nurse training, and to plan your future career. Packed with information about what it is really like to be a nurse in hospital settings and the community, the authors cover work with adults, children, people with learning disabilities, and in mental. The book is enhanced by case studies, anecdotes and reflective exercises. It builds a complete picture to help reader'ss chose the right career path.


 
PART ONE - DECIDING TO BE A NURSE
Robert Newell
Making the Decision to Become a Nurse
 
PART TWO - TRAINING TO BE A NURSE
Caroline Plews
Project 2000 Training
Margaret Clarke
Undergraduate Training and Experimental Courses
 
PART THREE - WORKING AS A NURSE
Peter Draper
Nursing Adults
Peter Birchenall
Nursing People With Learning Disabilities/Mental Handicaps
Robert Newell
Nursing People With Emotional Difficulties/Mental Illness and Promoting Mental Health
Lesley Sheldon
Nursing With Children and Their Families in Sickness and Health
 
PART FOUR - PROGRESSING AS A NURSE
Linda Veitch
The Nurse as a Specialist Clinician
Sandra Baulcomb
The Nurse in the Community
David Justham
The Nurse as a Manager
Peter Birchenall
The Nurse as a Teacher
Rachel Tucker
The Nurse as a Researcher
 
PART FIVE - BECOMING A NURSE
Caroline Plews
Practical Aspects of Applying to Project 2000 Courses
Bob Gates
Practical Aspects of Applying to Degree Courses
Robert Newell
Being Interviewed

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