Nurses are continuously teaching. They teach the student, the patient and the patient's relatives. They do this in a variety of settings, at the bedside, in the classroom and during informal chats with the patient's relatives. This book looks at the practitioner's role as a teacher and examines the skills and methods that will help the nurse become a more effective teacher in all settings.

The Practitioner as Teacher 1992, Scutari Press, London

ISBN-13: 9781871364705

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