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- Unique, new, evidence based knowledge and learning resource
- Comprehensive curriculum coverage and NMC 2018 Education Guideline compliant
- Fingertip access to core information and knowledge
- Valuable for re-validation and CPD
- Supports success in registration, performance and accountability in practice, safe and confident delivery of care
Compiled by a distinguished team of lecturers and nurses from Kingston University and St Georges, University of London, this new resource provides universities, NHS trusts, individual students and nursing practitioners with an essential complement to current texts, teaching materials and multiple websites.
Delivering: clinical knowledge and confidence for individual students and practitioners, added value for educators, optimal support to staff for employers.
Available in robust, portable print format or as smartphone optimised download for flexibility and rapid access at all times.
Key Content includes
- Child protection: safeguarding
- Child development
- Assessment of the child
- Assessment of the acutely ill/deteriorating child
- Common childhood conditions
- Care of children with specific needs
- Principles of caring for children
- Resuscitation guidelines
For further information or to request inspection Copies ( Universities/Trusts ) please Use CONTACT page.
What reviewers said
“This is a welcome addition to nursing children and young people learning resources. It is a pocket sized, wipe clean, mini encyclopaedia of child health. It is well written, by credible experts and logically presented. The contents are applicable to any care setting.
It summarises and presents key salient points, it is admirably up to date and the material is always relevant. The seminal theories of child development are not ignored, and pleasingly mental health and complex needs of the terminally ill children are included. The authors have had the courage to address some of the grey areas in children’s nursing such as consent and the covert administration of medicines.”
Consultant Editor Nursing Children and Young People; nurse advisor with consultancy Crawford Mackenzie
Nursing Care of Children and Young People Volume 31, Number 1, January 2019
What nurses and teachers have said about Clinical Pocket References
“the pocket references provide the nurse with wide, good sound knowledge to work effectively and safely”
Nurse educator, Suffolk
“an excellent addition to the more in depth text books: but are portable, smaller and should be valuable asset to all staff and have a place in the ward offices. For quick reference use and a supportive tool to ensure knowledge is kept up to date.”
Work-based learning facilitator and Learning and development manager, Derbyshire