Nursing Documentation: Writing What We Do
Audrey fitzsimons,  John Collins,  Mary Nordenson,
Mary Filmer,  Rozanne Glazebrook,  Gaye Witney,
Shirley Schulz-Robinson,  Chris Page,  Margaret Hutchinson,
Trisha Dunning,  Eseta Nonu-Reid,  Jenny Pilgrim,
Christine Crofton,  Nicola Ehau,  Sharon McNeil,
Jocelyn Peach,  Pauline Savy
The process of documenting and recording nursing care has reached a new art form with the use of specially designed forms, integrated patient records and computer technology. In this book, documentation takes on a new value and new meaning as it reveals not only how nurses write but how they obtain information on which to base the care and services they provide as well as the quality of that care. It has much to offer to the practising nurse, the nurse academic or the casual reader. It provides useful and meaningful insights into the progress of the nursing profession over the last twenty years.
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- This is a book for nurses who care about what they write
- Numerous concerns about documentation are answered by several experienced authors
- A wide variety of illustrations, tables and examples
- Clear, concise, common sense text
- Applicable to health care staff in a wide variety of settings
- Universal applicability and appeal