Your Reading List has library resources chosen by your Module Leaders specifically to help you with your module. The books and articles on them will help you do your assignments.
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Want to read something that isn't a text book or an academic article? Try this for a bit of excellent wider reading. Shelfmark: 610.73092 WAT
The most important e-Book that you need to know about is your KORTEXT book. This is your personal e-Book, selected specifically for your Module. Find the link in your Module area.
BoB has BBC TV and radio Archive going back to 2007 plus material from the last 30 days from other broadcasters. It's great for news stories and documentaries on NHS and medical stories. Use your MDX email to sign in.
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The Department of Health and Public Health England published guidance (May 2016) on providing tailored physical healthcare for people with mental health problems. This is primarily aimed at mental health nurses and others who work in mental health services.
Finding Books and Journal Articles
Use Library Search to find your books, journal articles and other online resources.
Health services have a duty to safeguard all patients but provide additional measures for patients who are less able to protect themselves from harm or abuse. This is the Department of Health report on the role of Healthcare Support workers in providing this protection
This page, published by the Royal College of Nursing is designed for all Health Care Assistants, Assistant Practitioners and Trainee Nursing Associates. Contains everything you need to know about these roles and the nursing team.
NIHR Service Delivery and Organisation Programme (2010). This three year study explored the personal characteristics and backgrounds of healthcare assistants and their workplace activities plus the shape and nature of support roles.
A guide from the RCN explaining the principles of accountability and delegation for all members of the nursing team including health care assistants, assistant practitioners, registered nurses and nursing students.