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Microbiology and Infection Prevention and Control for Nursing Students

1st Edition

Deborah Ward
eISBN-13: 9781473967731

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Preventing and controlling infection has long been an on going challenge for all healthcare workers at every level. High profile examples like the Ebola outbreak in West Africa or the prevalence of ‘super bugs’ like MRSA demonstrate that this challenge is not going to go away. As a nurse you have a responsibility to protect your patients from harm and preventing and controlling infection is a crucial component of this.

By introducing the unpinning microbiology to explain how infection occurs and spreads and the practical steps and precautions that you need to follow, this book will equip you with the knowledge and information necessary to play your part in preventing and controlling infection. 

Key features:

·         Written specifically for pre-registration nursing students providing the core, evidence-based knowledge that you need to know

·         Breaks the science down using easy-to-follow language, practical examples and case studies

·         Applies microbiology to practice introducing practical steps, precautions and strategies that will benefit you as soon as you get onto your placements

·         Includes multiple-choice questions to test your understanding and activities to help you engage with wider issues around infection prevention and control.

About the author

Deborah Ward is a lecturer at the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, Manchester University.

Sold By SAGE Publications
ISBNs 9781473925359, 9781473925359, 9781473967731, 1473967732
Language English
Number of Pages 200
Edition 1st