The care home handbook

Graham Mulley (Editor), Clive Bowman (Editor), Michal Boyd (Editor), Sarah Stowe (Editor)

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“I would recommend each Home purchase a copy”- Ian Turner, Chair, Registered Nursing Home Association
“Identifies a gap in the sector and offers a practical means of addressing the need.”- Des Kelly, OBE, Executive Director, National Care Forum
The Care Home Handbook has one aim: to improve the care and wellbeing of residents in care homes. It informs, reminds and refreshes the reader's knowledge, enabling care homes to meet the essential standards of care required of them.
Aimed at all nurses and healthcare assistants working in care homes, this invaluable, unique and jargon-free resource will help staff deliver skilful care, prevent poor practice, and build knowledge and confidence when working with older people. Grounded in everyday practice, this handbook promotes professional and person-centred care that is safe, high-quality, caring and compassionate. It features sections on the resident’s journey, values and standards, core nursing skills, common clinical conditions, medicines management, infection control, and risk.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
Number of pages464
ISBN (Electronic)9781118690345
ISBN (Print)9781118314623
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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