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Call the midwife: a true story of the East End in the 1950s (Worth, 2008).
Clinical guide to skin & wound care (Hess, 2013, 7th ed.).
Compact clinical guide to acute pain management: an evidence-based approach for nurses (D'Arcy, 2011).
Comprehensive systematic review for advanced nursing practice (Holly et al., 2012).
Creative approaches in dementia care (Lee & Adams, 2011).
Disaster nursing and emergency preparedness for chemical, biological, and radiological terrorism and other hazards (Veenema, 2013, 3rd ed.).
eHealth applications: promising strategies for health behavior change (Noar & Harrington, 2012).
Essential nursing skills: clinical skills for caring (Nicol et al., 2012, 4th ed.).
Evaluation of health care quality in advanced practice nursing (Hickey & Brosnan, 2012).
Excellence in compassionate nursing care: leading the change (Chambers & Ryder, 2012).
Fast facts for dementia care: what nurses need to know in a nutshell (Miller, 2012).
Fundamentals of nursing (Potter et al., 2013, 8th ed).
Health and human behaviour (Jones & Creedy, 2012, 5th ed.).
Human simulation for nursing and health professions (Wilson & Rockstraw, 2012).
Intervention research: designing, conducting, analyzing, and funding (Melnyk & Morrison-Beedy, 2012).
Intravenous medications: a handbook for nurses and health professionals (Gahart & Nazareno, 2013, 29th ed.).
Mosby's drug guide for nursing students (Skidmore-Roth, 2013, 10th ed.).
Nursing care planning made incredibly easy! (Lippincott Williams &Wilkins, 2013, 2nd ed.).
Nursing the acutely ill adult: priorities in assessment and management (Clarke & Ketchell, 2011).
Pierson and Fairchild's principles & techniques of patient care (Fairchild, 2013, 5th ed.).
Psychiatric-mental health nursing: an interpersonal approach (Jones et al., 2012).
Self-care science, nursing theory, and evidence-based practice (Taylor, 2011).
Values, ethics and health care (Duncan, 2010).
When chicken soup isn't enough: stories of nurses standing up for themselves, their patients, and their profession (Gordon, 2011).