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This month's edition of British Journal of Community Nursing is packed full of the latest clinical information for district and community nurses. Published monthly, it provides up-to-date, evidence-based research and advice on all professional topics of relevance, supporting readers in daily practice.

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE:

        
 

Care of the older person
Eczema conditions in the older person

Professional
The development of a district nursing caseload review tool

Psychology
ESCT: Personal trauma and the community nurse

Palliative care
Cultural competence in palliative care and a world of multiculturalism

Care of the older person
Medications at home

Legal
Do not attempt resuscitation orders in primary care settings

                                  

 
 


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Every edition of British Journal of Community Nursing has been carefully put together to make it easy for you to update your clinical skills, reflect on your practice, and invest in your continuing professional development. To ensure you receive the latest issue - subscribe now.

A subscription includes unlimited access to CPD Launchpad, the online platform helping Community Nurses in practice to revalidate.

 

 

British Journal of Community Nursing Print & CPD

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British Journal of Community Nursing Print, Website & CPD

Latest print issues

Online archive since 1996

CPD Launchpad access

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British Journal of Community Nursing Website & CPD

Online archive since 1996

CPD Launchpad access

From £35.00

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