Paediatrics: A Clinical Guide for Nurse Practitioners is a concise, pragmatic and clinically focused text that outlines important components to be considered when assessing and managing health problems among infants, children and adolescents.
It provides nurse practitioners with information that has immediate relevance to their practice in paediatrics, and brings together the expertise of advanced paediatric nurse practitioners, paediatric specialist nurses, and other paediatric professionals. Part One (Clinical Issues in Paediatrics) contains practical information pertaining to a variety of subjects that are intrinsic to paediatric advanced nursing practice.
Part Two (Common Paediatric Problems) outlines the clinical assessment, diagnosis and management of ambulatory conditions that are often encountered, assessed and/or managed by nurse practitioners. This will be a 'bible' for competent practise.Quick reference format that is easy to read and ideally suited as a paediatric guideline text in busy clinical areas'Paediatric Pearls' that highlight important information and key tips for each topicAn overview of the important paediatric issues for the generically trained nurse practitionerA special section on care of the adolescentThe clinical expertise of over 50 contributors addressing ambulatory paediatric complaints