Stories needed for a new nursing book

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The book aims to counter some of the issues of nursing care in recent years in line with the 6Cs challenge, it has a focus on compassion and person-centred care.Throughout the book there will be people’s stories of their experiences of nursing care, which will demonstrate the importance of the service users voice. These will be complemented with student and nurses stories of care.

Sage hope this will be a fantastic resource for students and inspire them to become the best nurses they can be.

How do I contribute?

Please use the following documents to submit your stories:

Contributions are needed by 30 April 2014. Please forward your completed documents to raquel.derevo@nhsemployers.org 

More information about the book

Essentials of Nursing will be a comprehensive introduction to the core topics student nurses need to master during their first year of studies and beyond. It will give all the essential knowledge students need on the nursing process, clinical skills, professional issues, being a successful nursing student, preparing for placements, the wider context of care and much more.

It will bring the study of nursing to life through real stories from nurses, students, patients and service users, and makes difficult concepts clear and engaging. This book is for nursing students whatever field they are in; relating theory directly to chosen fields whilst also helping students see the relevance of other fields.

Written by a team of respected academics from all fields of nursing across the UK and tested by students to ensure the content is relevant; this book will be up to date, evidence based and reliable. It will be a springboard to success in nursing.

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