Health Visiting: Specialist Community Public Health Nursing
Anne Robotham, Marion Frost
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2005 - Medical - 432 pages
This book is an essential resource for health visiting students that reflects the key changes required of health visiting practice at the beginning of the new millennium. It is a key text for specialist practitioner programmes and also for existing practitioners who are furthering their practice and academic development. It brings together the elements of theory and practice which are essential to health visiting practice. The book is research based and uses relevant evidence to support discussions. A particular strength is the use of case studies and practice examples to illustrate the theoretical discussions.
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