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We have five copies of this book to give away
The assessment and management of patients who are critically or acutely ill, or showing signs of clinical deterioration, is a crucial nursing skill. This book will help adult nursing students to manage the care of critically and acutely ill patients competently, and to recognise and deal with the early signs of deterioration. The book takes a practical real-life approach to care, with each chapter focusing on patients with specific conditions, then interweaving the knowledge and skills needed to care for that patient, including the nurse's role and responsibilities, assessment, diagnosis, planning, management, related pathophysiology and collaborative team working.
This book is part of the Transforming Nursing Practice series of textbooks for nursing students. For details of other titles in the series, please visit www.uk.sagepub.com/tnp.sp
To enter the draw please email your details using the form below.
The draw will take place on August 4th 2012.
Winners will be notified by email, telephone or post.
Terms and conditions: only one entry per reader. The prize is as stated and no cash alternative will be offered. The judge's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.