AIDS: A Strategy for Nursing Care was the first book on AIDS written especially for nursing personnel and has now become the standard nursing text. It covers the cause and evolution of the epidemic, the route of transmission as well as medical treatment, nursing management, screening and aspects of health promotion.
This new fourth edition has been thoroughly updated and revised to include new material on epidemiology, tuberculosis and advances in nursing care.
Fully referenced and with recommendations that are in line with both UK and US guidelines, this book will continue to serve as an invaluable guide to practising nurses and students on both sides of the Atlantic.
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Robert J. Pratt, Professor of Nursing, Thames Valley University.Review:
Pratt's book has become the definitive text on HIV and its nursing implications
The book is academically and scientifically flawless, of the highest standard for which we have come to respect Robert Pratt.
This is a very comprehensive book which is an excellent reference for nurses and other health care professionals.
This is undoubtedly the most comprehensive manual available...highly recommended.
Journal of Community Nursing
..the definitive text...I recommend this text as being the definitive reference guide for professional nurses and other health care professionals
Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal
This is a highly recommended book...It should be in all medical libraries.
AIDS Book Review Journal
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