By Gosia M. Brykczyńska (auth.), Gosia M. Brykczyńska RGN,RSCN,Onc. Cert,RNT,BA,BSc,Cert Ed (eds.)

The notion to write down a publication on moral matters touching on paediatric nursing has been aired for relatively a while. the only so much signifi­ cant consider maintaining up the construction of any such ebook was once the shortcoming of craftsmanship in a single individual of all of the parts of paediatric nursing. the matter was once resolved via generating an edited ebook, masking quite a few specialities of paediatric nursing. definitely, you can still have incorporated extra unique insurance of specific speciality parts, e.g. chapters on moral concerns surrounding adolescent care, baby abuse, teenage moms, behaviour amendment programmes and so forth. The procedure we took, in spite of the fact that, under pressure the general harmony of paediatric nursing - the place the specialities are large sufficient to absorb all paediatric nursing actions from neonatal care to adolescent health and wellbeing screening. i'm definitely very conscious that the e-book shouldn't have been written and produced with out the aid, enthusiasm and co­ operation of the chapter-writers. i might additionally in particular prefer to thank Christine Birdsall, Nursing Editor at Chapman and corridor, and my colleagues on the Charles West university of Nursing - Joanna Parkes and Imelda Charles-Edwards, for his or her carrying on with help, and my friends and family, all of whom bore with me over the past years.

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