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The Principles of Nursing Practice A Time to Speak: Diary of an NHS Whistleblower book cover Safeguarding adults at risk
Price: £11.90 ISBN: 1-873853-72-6 This essential guide comprises a nine-part series describing the Principles of Nursing Practice developed by the Royal College of Nursing in collaboration with patient and service organisations, the Department of Health, the Nursing and Midwifery Council, nurses and other healthcare professionals.

The Principles of Nursing Practice:

• Development and implementation
• Principle A: dignity, humanity and equality
• Principle B: accountability and responsibility
• Principle C: safety
• Principle D: person-centred care
• Principle E: effective communication
• Principle F: applying skills and knowledge
• Principle G: continuous care across teams
• Principle H: leadership and responsive care

Bulk discounts are available on orders of 50 copies or more. Please contact us at dinora.shamshudin@rcni.com for more details.
The damaging effect of staff shortages and poor standards of care on our growing number of elderly patients are as much of a scandal today as they were when charge nurse Graham Pink struggled to cope on every night shift.

This book is his account of what happened as he tried uphold the nurses’ Code of Conduct and make a stand on behalf of his vulnerable patients. A Time to Speak is not a work of fiction; it is real, it is disturbing. It happened.

What Graham Pink witnessed it still happening today, and all of us at some point have turned a blind eye. Read this story and be grateful for the discomfort it gives, because we all need to get better.
- Professor June Andrews, the Dementia Centre, University of Stirling.

Graham Pink really does represent so much of what a responsible society needs in its midst. His determination and persistence helped to create the momentum for the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 and we should all salute his resolve and courage"
- Tom Sandford, Director, RCN England

RRP £14.99 (+ £3.50 UK p&p)
ISBN 978-0-9574308-6-0

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Price: £22.00 ISBN: 978-0-9574308-9-1 Recognising abuse of older people is not easy. The Safeguarding adults at risk book focuses specifically on nurses' care, roles and responsibilities when dealing with older people who might be at risk.

Topics include:
- When patients suffer neglect
- Safeguarding older people at risk in hospital
- Achieving safe staffing for older people in hospital
- Reducing inequalities in healthcare provisions for older adults
- Frailty and its significance in older people's nursing
- Living well with dementia in a care home
- Improving quality of care for people with dementia in general hospitals
- Antipsychotic drugs in dementia
- Promoting mental health in older people admitted to hospitals
- Using advocacy to safeguard older people with learning disabilities

Collated by our team of editorial experts, this exclusive book features the most important articles on the topic, published in our range of leading journals and booklets.

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Nurses Voices From the Northern Ireland Troubles
Over the course of 30 years, more than 3,600 people were killed and tens of thousands injured during The Troubles in Northern Ireland. For the healthcare professionals who cared for the victims, the worst of times brought out the best in people. Nurses rose to the challenge of caring for their patients, from whichever ‘side’ they came, under testing conditions. Throughout it all, these nurses showed incredible reserves of patience, determination, fortitude and courage.

Fully illustrated in colour, this unique hardback brings together a selection of personal accounts from some of those exceptional nurses.

RRP £25 (+ £4.60 UK p&p)*
ISBN 978-0-9574308-7-7

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