April 26, 2016

New Titles Tuesday:Fresh nursing texts.

So many new titles were added to Alloway Library's catalogue this week that we are featuring subject-specific lists.  Here are 29 new nursing and healthcare eBooks you can use.
Click on the title to access the eBook. TWU login may be required.

Advancing your career: concepts of professional nursing /Rose Kearney-Nunnery.

Adult-gerontology practice guidelines /Jill C. Cash, MSN, APN, FNP-BC Cheryl A. Glass, MSN, WHNP, RN-BC, editors.

Advanced practice nursing: core concepts for professional role development /Kathryn A. Blair, Michaelene P. Jansen, editors.

Anthropology and nursing /edited by Pat Holden and Jenny Littlewood.

Created & called: a journey to and through nursing /Chelsia Harris.

 Creative teaching strategies for the nurse educator /Judith W. Herrman, PhD, ANEF, FAAN.
Here are more than 130 practical, relevant, and easy-to-implement teaching strategies that will help you to be more creative in any classroom setting.

Cultural sensibility in healthcare: a personal & professional guidebook /Sally N. Ellis Fletcher.


Developing a program of research in nursing /Cheryl Tatano Beck.

Encyclopedia of nursing education /[edited by] Mary Jane Smith, Roger Carpenter, Joyce Fitzpatrick.

Exploring evidence-based practice: debates and challenges in nursing /edited by Martin Lipscomb.

Family focused nursing care /Sharon A. Denham, Sandra Eggenberger, Norma Krumwiede, Patricia Young.

Fast facts for the clinical nurse manager: managing a changing workplace in a nutshell /Barbara Fry.

Fast facts for evidence-based practice in nursing: implementing EBP in a nutshell /Maryann Godshall.

Finance and budgeting made simple: essential skills for nurses /KT Waxman.

Fostering a research-intensive organization: an interdisciplinary approach for nurses from Massachusetts General Hospital /Jeanette Ives Erickson, Marianne Ditomassi, Dorothy A. Jones.


Global health nursing in the 21st century /Suellen Breakey, Inge B. Corless, Nancy Meedzan, Patrice K. Nicholas, editors.

Global population health and well-being in the 21st Century: toward new paradigms, policy, and practice /George R. Lueddeke.

Lying down in the ever falling snow: Canadian health professionals' experience of compassion fatigue /Wendy Austin [and others].

Managing long-term conditions and chronic illness in primary care: a guide to good practice /Judith Carrier.

Mastering informatics: a healthcare handbook for success /[edited by] Patricia P. Sengstack, DNP, RN-BC, CPHIMS; Charles M. Boicey, MS, RN-BC, PMP, CLNC, CPHIMS.

Population-based nursing: concepts and competencies for advanced practice /Ann L. Cupp Curley, Patty A. Vitale, editors.

Professional practice models in nursing: successful health system integration /Joanne R. Duffy.

Public health science and nursing practice: caring for populations /Christine L. Savage, Joan E. Kub, Sara L. Groves.

The nurse's etiquette advantage: how professional etiquette can advance your nursing career /by Kathleen D. Pagana.

On the politics of ignorance in nursing and healthcare: knowing ignorance /Amélie Perron and Trudy Rudge.

Person-centred thinking with older people: six essential practices /Helen Sanderson, Helen Bown, and Gill Bailey ; forewords by Dorothy Runnicles and David Brindle.
Drawing on a wealth of experience of working with older people, the authors present the 6 essential person-centred practices.

Primary care: the art and science of advanced practice nursing /[edited by] Lynne M. Dunphy, Jill E. Winland-Brown, Brian Oscar Porter, Debera J. Thomas.


Project management for the advanced practice nurse /Carolyn Sipes.

Reflective organizations: on the front lines of QSEN & reflective practice implementation /Gwen Sherwood, PhD, RN, FAAN, ANEF, Sara Horton-Deutsch, PhD, RN, PMHCNS, FAAN, ANEF ; foreword by Karlene Kerfoot.

Routledge international handbook of advanced quantitative methods in nursing research /edited by Susan J. Henly.

Writing winning proposals for nurses and health care professionals /Sandra G. Funk, Elizabeth M. Tornquist.



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