This list relates to the year 2016/17 which ended on 30/09/2017
This list has been archived
  1. This list shows reading for 2015/16. A newer list is not currently available

  2. Essential 1 item
    1. Effective leadership and management in nursing - Eleanor J. Sullivan, Phillip J. Decker c2009


  3. Recommende 11 items
    1. Contemporary nursing: issues, trends, & management c2014

      Book Recommended

    2. Professional nursing: concepts & challenges - Kay Kittrell Chitty, Beth Perry Black c2011

      Book Recommended

    3. Leadership and management in nursing - Mary Ellen Grohar-Murray, Joanne C. Langan c2011

      Book Recommended

    4. Reengineering health care: the complexities of organizational transformation - Terry McNulty, Ewan Ferlie 2002

      Book Recommended

    5. Essentials of organisational behaviour - Laurie J. Mullins 2011

      Book Recommended

    6. The art and science of mental health nursing: a textbook of principles and practice - Ian J. Norman, Iain Ryrie 2009

      Book Recommended

    7. The art and science of mental health nursing: a textbook of principles and practice - Ian J. Norman, Iain Ryrie, dawsonera 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended

    8. The reflective practitioner: how professionals think in action - Donald A. Schön 2003, c1991

      Book Recommended

    9. The fifth discipline: the art and practice of the learning organization - Peter M. Senge 2006

      Book Recommended

  4. Journals 8 items
  5. Electronic 15 items
    Useful websites
    1. The student may find reference to the following sites useful – however the student should recognise that this list is not exhaustive and in all instances the student should evaluate the quality of any information retrieved.

    2. Home - CEBM

      Website  provides useful links and tool kits.

    3. Cochrane | Trusted evidence. Informed decisions. Better health.

      Website  The Cochrane Library is an electronic publication designed to supply high quality evidence to inform people providing and receiving care, and those responsible for research, teaching, funding and administration at all levels

    4. NICE | The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

      Website  The National Institute for Clinical Excellence works on behalf of the National Health Service and the people who use it. They make recommendations on treatments and care using the best available evidence.

    5. BMJ

      Website  British Medical Journal on-line. This site has back copies of the BMJ for the past five years. It has an impressive search engine attached and is up-to-date with the current issues of BMJ on line from the publication date. (At the moment there is free access to this resource so use it whilst it’s there!)

    6. PubMed - NCBI

      Webpage  MEDLINE (with links to participating on-line journals), and other related databases. If you want to know whether there has been health-related research into a topic this site is always well worth checking out. It can provide referenced abstracts. Full versions of documents cited may be ordered direct (for a fee).

    7. WHO | World Health Organization

      Webpage  This site of the World Health Organization contains press releases, statistics and links to other useful international web sites

    8. NHS history timeline - Health tools - NHS Choices

      Webpage  NHS Choices – interesting timeline of the NHS ( up till 2010)

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