Becoming a Registered Nurse
Making the transition to practice
- Jenny Temple - University of Plymouth, UK
Transition to Nursing Practice
- Core reading for 'transition to practice' modules, all fields of practice
- Develops higher-level problem solving skills through interactive scenarios
- Reflective activities encourage critical thinking and decision making
- Linked to the latest NMC Standards and ESCs for degree-level education
'I suggest a particular highlight of this book is the degree to which it contains so much useful information for new nurses, pitched just about perfectly, in such a short book' -
This book is a good resource for lecturers and students of nursing alike. As always within this series, the layout, clear but patronising language and the multitude of real life examples help readers to understand complex issues and show ways of applying those beyond the classroom or lecture theatre.
A very useful text , used with third years ,as part of PDP activities.
Great basic text for pre-registration nurses. Also useful read for those supporting pre-registration nurses in clinical practice.
I found this an easy read which would benefit final year students who are looking at leadership and decision making. Not too expensive to recommend either.
Recommended to the students on their final practice placement.
A must have for the student nurse who is about to qualify
A very useful book for both third year students and newly qualified nurses. As with all of the learning matters texts is full of helpful and appropriate exercises useful for self guided reflection but equally for lecturers in preparing meaningful tutorials.
An excellent resource for the newly qualified nurse. The content will help to consolidate major issues in health care and with the scenarios/illustrations/activities the nurse will find this book very helpful during the transition stage of their new professional career.
This book covers the essential elements to enable student's to make the transition to qualified nurse.