Fundamentals of Nursing: The Art and Science of Nursing CareAuthor:
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Edition: Seventh, North American Edition
Pub Date: 2010
Carol R. Taylor PhD MSN RN is the author of Fundamentals of Nursing: The Art and Science of Nursing Care, published 2010 under ISBN 9780781793834 and 0781793831. Six hundred twenty one Fundamentals of Nursing: The Art and Science of Nursing Care textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, one hundred thirty one used from the cheapest price of $3.68, or buy new starting at $12.50. [read more]
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Fewer words. I understand detail is important, but there were so many aspects that I felt were unnecessarily added in this book.read more
The pictures were awesome and the language was great. The wording was not so difficult that you had to look up the definition of every word. It was an easy, pleasurable read.
This book was used for my first nursing class, fundamentals. Here I learned the basics of nursing and this book proved very useful for that. The guided examples for skills helped me pass my practicums for skills essential to nursing with flying colors.read more
No parts of this book were unhelpful, it provided basic first level nursing knowledge in a way new students who are new to the field of nursing can understand.
This book helps with Medical Surgical nursing diagnosis.read more
This book helps with medication information for different types of disorders.
The book was easy to read and follow, and didn't use a lot of complicated medical terminology. I didn't use it a lot, but the times I did it was very useful. Pictures were good.read more
The most useful thing I learned was the medicine administration; the book has detailed images to assist in learning the appropriate techniques.
It's primary subject of this book was health for nursing . This has a lot of good info .read more
The class that required this book was a nursing class for clinical.
It is ok--very fundamental, which is great for just that, fundamentals. It provides an overview of each topic in nursing (ethics, death & dying, vital signs, etc.). It is a great tool for beginners, but is not very in-depth on some issues. I noticed a lot of repeated information, just reworded.read more
The question and answers at the end of the chapters. They were easy--nothing really challenging about them. It was obvious which answers were right or wrong. They could have been a little more challenging, especially since this was the basics into nursing.
Liked this book a lot. Has lots of helpful pictures and put into terms the beginning nursing student can understand!read more
I used this book for several classes including nursing lab, adult med/surg, pediatrics, and human experience of common illness.
Good basic nursing book. I learned a lot, sometimes.read more
Trimming down the information; it is too tedious to read at times.....
I learned the history of nursing & how to be a CNA.read more
All the skills were useful to me. Our teacher made us copies of the steps out of the book so we never even opened the book.
This book is easy to read and thoughtfully laid out.read more
This book teaches skills basic to nursing care in an easy to grasp manner.
My fundamentals of nursing class required me to use this book! It was essential information for me to know in order to pass the class and be successful at clinical!read more
It had a lot of material to cover but it covered it well because it was very important information o know before we hit the clinical field!
Nursing fundamentals. It covers everything a first year nurse needs to know. Very effective.read more
Introduction to Nursing; begins to explain how to assess and diagnose patient's from a nursing standpoint.
Edition: Seventh, North American Editionth
Pub Date: 2010