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The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures (Royal Marsden Nhs Trust) [Paperback]

Lisa Dougherty , Sara Lister
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"This is an innovative way of providing evidence that encompasses the opinions of nurses and patients, and suggests that knowledge gained from them can be used to formulate topics for further research." (Nursing Management, March 2009)

From reviews of earlier editions

"This comprehensive, evidence–based book is bursting with information and guidance on clinical nursing procedures...well written and an excellent resource for nurses, reflecting evidence–based procedures used in the clinical setting, as well as developing the nursing agenda of the future." (Nursing Standard)

"The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures has established itself as an important book for clinical practice...this manual undoubtedly responds to a clear demand from practitioners for a user–friendly, accessible resource on a wide range of clinical procedures.
This is a valuable text that I would expect to find in all practice settings, clincial skills laboratories and university libraries. It should be readily available to nurses and students wherever they practice." (Journal of Clinical Nursing)

"The Royal Marsden Hospital have continued their tradition of producing an excellent Manual which is useful to all levels of nurses, as well as student nurses, and will no doubt be adopted by many Trusts as their own procedure Manual. In summary, a good text to have in each clinical area and for use in nursing education." (Journal of Advanced Nursing)

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"This book has become a much loved and respected resource for generations of nurses over the last twenty years. Once again, with this Sixth Edition, busy nurses are helped to give excellent evidence–based nursing care to patients who, these days, may spend a shorter time in hospital but require increased amounts of informed care. Like nursing, it provides ongoing quality round the clock and round the world."
Sylvia Denton OBE, President of the Royal College of Nursing

From the Publisher

The full content of the paperback manual is now available in a handy-sized pocket edition. The new pocket edition is ideal for nurses and students to use both on and off the ward.

Pocket book edition ISBN 1405158468 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

From the Back Cover

The Royal Marsden Hospital Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures, seventh edition presents up–to–date, evidence–based clinical skills procedures related to every aspect of a person′s care.
  • Includes over 350 clinical procedures that nurses must know
  • Promotes best practice based on the latest research findings
  • All procedures include the rationale for each action
  • Focuses on in patient–centred care
  • Valuable to novices as well as expert nurses
  • Related topics grouped for quick reference
  • Clear, unambiguous and easy to understand
  • New improved colour layout with more illustrations

Clinical skills procedures are a fundamental aspect of nursing care so it is essential that they are evidence–based. This manual provides that evidence, based on an appraisal of current research and advice from clinical experts.

New for the seventh edition:

  • A new chapter on ′Positioning′ – how to help a patient sit in bed, to stand and lie comfortably
  • Separate chapters on ′Assessment and the process of care′ and ′Communication′
  • New sections on problem solving, to help nurses during the course of their clinical work
  • Evidence rated to help nurses assess its validity

This invaluable companion enables nurses to gain the confidence they need to become informed, skilled practitioners.

About the Author

Edited by Lisa Dougherty, Nurse Consultant in Intravenous Therapy and Sara Lister, Assistant Chief Nurse, both at the Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Foundation Trust with contributions from expert colleagues in a variety of clinical specialities at The Royal Marsden Hospital.
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