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The Psychology of Nursing Care (2nd Edition)

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The study of psychology is a key part of nursing training. The Psychology of Nursing Care is built around nursing themes and focuses on those areas of psychology with direct relevance to nursing practice, omitting those with...

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The study of psychology is a key part of nursing training. The Psychology of Nursing Care is built around nursing themes and focuses on those areas of psychology with direct relevance to nursing practice, omitting those with little bearing. The result is an applied psychology of nursing profoundly useful to pre-registration students.

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Unique approach offers psychology of nursing rather than psychology for nurses
Has direct relevance to nursing practice, and makes explicit the application of psychological knowledge, theory and research to modern nursing?
Very well written and accessible
Author is well-respected in nursing and health psychology

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Making Judgments About Others
The Effects of Groups Upon Others
Child Health Development
Adolescence, Adulthood and Ageing
Life Events, Transitions and Crises
The Biopsychosocial Perspective
Decision Making and Communication
Changing Attitudes and Behaviour
Community Health Psychology.

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NEIL NIVEN sometime Chartered Health Psychologist and Research Supervisor for the RCN Institute. He was also Head of Behavioural Sciences at the University of Newcastle, and Visting Professor of Health Psychology at the Universities of Conneticut and Helsinki.

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NEIL NIVEN sometime Chartered Health Psychologist and Research Supervisor for the RCN Institute. He was also Head of Behavioural Sciences at the University of Newcastle, and Visting Professor of Health Psychology at the Universities of Conneticut and Helsinki.

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