Simple for students to understand, Easy to read and professionally wrote
Accurate medication administration is essential, this book equips student nurses with the skills needed for a career of safe administration of medicines
A very useful book, not just due to content, but also given the way it links the subject matter to the essential skills clusters.
excellent resource for BSC students across all 3 years of their first degree. Assists in both reading for numeracy exams and also practice skills out in clinical areas
An excellent introduction to medicines management for student nurses from their first to third year and beyond.
Excellent resource. Have recommended for use in pre-reg as well as post grad
this is a fundamental skill of all nurses and this book walks you through all areas and assists the mentor to assist the students with up to date methods and procedures
A great book which can also be used for specific medicine managment courses in NVQ and nursing students .Clearly written and easy to follow .
I really liked this text and think the students will find the case studies particularly useful.
An excellent handbook for the nursing student.
The book has been very easy to use and adapt in order to give students a step by step introduction to medicine management
An excellent supportive text to an essential skill for student and qualified nurses in contemporary healthcare. Clear, comprehensive and explanatory in delivery. All essential concepts covered for safe and effective medicines management and administration.
Many useful elements to this book that should be important considerations for nurses in all fields, however for MH students it is probably of less value than the alternative text in the same series- Mutsatsa, M. (2011) Medicines Management in Mental Health Nursing. I would still suggest it as useful background reading but probably not encourage MH nurses to purchase this text ahead of Mutsatsa.
The book contains up to date and straight forward information which meet the needs of people studying Medicines Managment in Health Care.
Real life activities and examples of practice are easy to apply.