British Journal of Cardiac Nursing - new issue on sale

 


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British Journal of Cardiac Nursing delivers clinical, professional and accessible content to keep you ahead of the latest developments in this demanding speciality. It prioritises best practice, lifelong learning and the provision of the best possible care. 

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ISSUE:

        
 

Policy update
SIGN: recommendations for best practice in cardiac rehabilitation

Prescribing 
Antiplatelet use in practice

Research and Development 
Living with an implantable cardioverter defibrillator:
partners' experiences

BANCC
Becoming an independent prescriber: a personal reflection

BHF Reflections
Reflections of Research: Butterfly in a cell, by Nicoletta Surdo

Diagnostics in Context 
ECG of the month. A 28-year-old male who is currently asymptomatic, but who was
investigated for ‘faints’ as a child and has been on treatment ever since.

                                  

 
 


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Every edition of British Journal of Cardiac Nursing is packed full of practical information to help support your continuing professional development, maintain and update your knowledge and skills in key clinical areas and stay up-to-date with current thinking and best practice. To ensure you receive the latest issue - subscribe now.


 

 

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British Journal of Cardiac Nursing Website & CPD

Online archive since 2006

CPD Launchpad access

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