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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Case Studies in Law and Nursing

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Anne YoungDeputy Registrar, Nightingale and Guy's College of Nursing and Midwifery

ISBN13: 9780412441301
ISBN: 0412441306
Published: July 1992
Publisher: Nelson Thornes Ltd
Format: Paperback
Price: £21.00

Despatched in 12 to 14 days.

Law is now a compulsory component of Project 2000 courses, but one which can seem bewildering, boring or even threatening to the student nurse. This work is designed as a workbook to help nurses in training identify the legal knowledge essential to their practice. Structured around the Project 2000 framework, it presents situations involving community, hospital and institutional care, combining these with the four branches of adult, mental health, mental handicap and children's nursing.;The overall aim is to make learning about the law fun through questions and other forms of active participation. The text includes instructions for teachers and students, and can be used as a distance learning package and for group work.

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Part 1 Common foundation programme (Level 1): respecting the individual; safety of patients and colleagues; communicating with patients, relatives and colleagues; working in the community; working in an institution; standards of care.
Part 2 Branch programmes (Level 2): adult nursingl mental health nursing; mental handicap nursing; children's nursing.
Part 3 Preparation for registration (level 3): professional competence; becoming an employee; influencing the future of health care. Appendices: section 18A Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors Rules 1989; summary of questions by chapter; summary of questions by main topic area; UKCC booklets: code of professional conduct; confidentiality; administration of medicines; exercising accountability.