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A guide to clinical skills for health students / edited by Susan Shaw, Wendy Horne, Duncan Reid and Kirk Reed

Contributor(s): Shaw, Susan [editor.] | Horne, Wendy [editor.] | Reid, Duncan [editor.] | Reed, Kirk [editor.].
Publisher: South Melbourne, Australia Oxford University Press, 2016Description: xxi pages : illustrations ; 25 cms.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780190304263 (pbk.); 019030426X (pbk.).Subject(s): Clinical competence -- Study and teaching | Medical care -- Standards -- Study and teaching | Medical care -- Practice -- Study and teachingDDC classification: 610.73
Contents:
Section 1. Professional interprofessional practice: Chapter 1. Cultural and professional contexts / Kirk Reed, Wnedy Horne -- Chapter 2. Examples from practice / Susan Shaw -- Chapter 3. Key language and concepts / Heather Clark, Elizabeth Culav -- Chapter 4. Practical learning / Susan Shaw -- Section 2. Clinical skills guidelines: Chapter 5. Professional practice -- Chapter 6. Infection control and safety -- Chapter 7. Cardiorespiratory and vascular -- Chapter 8. Neurological/sensory and vascular -- Chapter 9. Musculoskeletal -- Chapter 10. Mental and cognitive -- Chapter 11. Integumentary -- Chapter 12. Gastrointestinal -- Chapter 13. Genitourinary -- Chapter 14. Medication administration -- Appendix. Learning records and tools
Review: "The learning of clinical skills is an important part of health professional education and often one of the most stressful and confusing elements of the student journey. A Guide to Clinical Skills for Health Students is designed as an interprofessional companion text for students in Aotearoa New Zealand studying across a range of clinical health degrees. The book provides guidelines for clinical skills based on key principles and currently documented practice, and emphasises the need for practitioners to appreciate the key concepts in order to be able to adapt and respond to evolving protocols and situations. It presents supporting information about relevant practice, identifies references to guide further learning, and provides tools for recording clinical learning and professional development." - Publisher information
List(s) this item appears in: Bachelor of Nursing Booklist - 2020
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Includes index.

Section 1. Professional interprofessional practice: Chapter 1. Cultural and professional contexts / Kirk Reed, Wnedy Horne -- Chapter 2. Examples from practice / Susan Shaw -- Chapter 3. Key language and concepts / Heather Clark, Elizabeth Culav -- Chapter 4. Practical learning / Susan Shaw -- Section 2. Clinical skills guidelines: Chapter 5. Professional practice -- Chapter 6. Infection control and safety -- Chapter 7. Cardiorespiratory and vascular -- Chapter 8. Neurological/sensory and vascular -- Chapter 9. Musculoskeletal -- Chapter 10. Mental and cognitive -- Chapter 11. Integumentary -- Chapter 12. Gastrointestinal -- Chapter 13. Genitourinary -- Chapter 14. Medication administration -- Appendix. Learning records and tools

"The learning of clinical skills is an important part of health professional education and often one of the most stressful and confusing elements of the student journey. A Guide to Clinical Skills for Health Students is designed as an interprofessional companion text for students in Aotearoa New Zealand studying across a range of clinical health degrees. The book provides guidelines for clinical skills based on key principles and currently documented practice, and emphasises the need for practitioners to appreciate the key concepts in order to be able to adapt and respond to evolving protocols and situations. It presents supporting information about relevant practice, identifies references to guide further learning, and provides tools for recording clinical learning and professional development." - Publisher information

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