Kevin Morgan, BSc, PhD; and S. Jose Closs, BSc, PhD, MPhil, RGN
SLEEP MANAGEMENT IN NURSING PRACTICE covers a relatively new area of medicine. This text provides a comprehensive, research-based analysis of sleep and the problems associated with it (pathological and environmental), and discussion of nursing management of these problems. Each of the chapters is preceded by 3-5 intended learning outcomes, to encourage study. The authors are well-known researchers and authors on the subject.
"The standard of material is very high and, although the book covers most aspects of intervention, both physical and psychological, this is never at the expense of providing an adequate level of coverage. This book represents essential reading for nurses in clinical practice, regardless of specialism or practice setting." Rob Newell, Clinical Effectiveness in Nursing, Vol. 4,, January 2000
By Kevin Morgan, Bsc, PhD, Director, Centre for Ageing and Rehabilitation Studies, School of Health and Related Research, University of Sheffield, UK; and S. Jose Closs, Bsc, PhD, Mphil, RGN, Director of Research, Division of Nursing, School of Healthcare Studies, University of Leeds, UK
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