Clinical Skills in Child Health Practice

Clinical skills in child health practice by Janet Kelsey and Gillian McEwing. Published by Elsevier 2008. Paperback. Covers are worn at edges. General condition is very good. This textbook of clinical skills is an excellent resource for all professionals providing care for children and young people. It presents a detailed step-by-step approach to clinical skills that may be used in both hospital and community settings. Each skill is presented with the evidence base required to ensure up-to-date safe practice. Chapters provide rationale for each step of the skill and are enhanced by diagrams and photographs to give the practitioner clear guidance and the confidence to perform unfamiliar skills. The accompanying PowerPoint presentations are a resource for both lecturers teaching clinical skills and individual students who are either encountering a skill for the first time or want to update their knowledge.

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  1. jt says:

    OK as an introduction and as revision but not that useful as a step by step guide. this was recommended to me by my university as a training children’s nurse.It is an interesting read with some of the step by step guides being very clear (aseptic technique for example) but unfortunately not all the clinical skills that the book gives are as clear or step by step, so if you have never attempted that particular skill before it can be a little confusing because you can’t imagine what is being described.It becomes more useful as you continue your training…