Customer Review 1
Useful resource for students as they progress through the levels expected in the programme
Mrs Jean Shapcott
School of Nursing, Kingston University
Apr 03 2014
Customer Review 2
An area where some students struggle - this is a good start and will supplement the support that we give to our students.
Mr Phil Holdich
Adult and Children's Nursing Studies, Huddersfield University
Mar 27 2014
Customer Review 3
This is an essential skill for our student nurses, and necessary in the development of the portfolio.
Ms Pat Clarke
Faculty of Health and Social Care, Liverpool John Moores University
Mar 23 2014
Customer Review 4
I shared this with students to gather their views
Some appreciated the exercises
Some enjoyed the layout, others found the close text and lengthy explanations tiring and disengaging.
As with most supporting texts, different students respond to different resources. Therefore it is always useful to have variety to offer.
Mrs Trudi Neenan
Dept of Health Sciences, York University
Feb 11 2014
Customer Review 5
good book fitsinto several modules and is generic in theses modules for 4 fields of nursing, no essential booklist
The School of Human & Health Sciences, Huddersfield University
Feb 06 2014
Customer Review 6
I received the revised copy of this text as I had received the previous edition as an inspection copy. Once again, I am very impressed with this text and I will be recommending this to my students. Not alone is this text useful for pre-registration students and their trajectory through the different years of the programme, it is also useful for those nurses returning to academia after a period of absence. It familiarises the student with the requirements of critical writing and the difference between critiquing and reflecting. A very useful text - well done!
Mr Thomas Beary
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Hertfordshire University
Jan 29 2014
Customer Review 7
Good clear advice. A much needed publication
Mr Colin Winter
Adult Nursing, London South Bank University
Dec 23 2013
Customer Review 8
A useful book for pre registration students who are developing their awareness of complex issues within health care and learning how to articulate their opinions
Ms Mary Brady
School of Nursing - Faculty of Health and Social C, Kingston University
Dec 11 2013
Customer Review 9
Some chapters were more appropriate for senior students although other aspects of the book will be useful to all levels.
Easy to read and follow. Some case studies relevant.
Ms Sue Bowers
School of Health, Staffordshire University
Nov 08 2013
Customer Review 10
Most of the book was easy to read and follow. I particularly like the reference to reflection / reflective practice.
Ms Sue Bowers
Faculty of Health and Sciences, Staffordshire University
Nov 08 2013
Customer Review 11
Excellent book with really useful techniques for teaching critical analysis
Mrs Suzanne Everett
Nursing Archway, Middlesex University
Oct 31 2013
Customer Review 12
an excellent resource that helps students to understand what critical thinking is and how it relates to both theory and practice. The new chapter on critiquing literature is an excellent edition to this new edition.
Mrs Linda Robson
Faculty of Health Ormskirk, Edge Hill University
Oct 30 2013
Customer Review 13
A Really good book for 2nd year Nursing students
Miss Moira Walker
Nursing Department, Bedfordshire University
Oct 25 2013
Customer Review 14
A very useful text on a topic that many students struggle with. An interactive book that will enable the student to grasp the concept of critical thinking in an enjoyable way.
Mr Swaleh Toofany
School of Nursing , Midwifery and Healthcare, University of West London
Oct 23 2013
Customer Review 15
This has been a great book to help thrid year students with their final work
Mr Brian Boag
Faculty of Education,Health & Sciences, Derby University
Oct 21 2013
Customer Review 16
Well laid out and easy to follow. Current students have recommended the book to other students. I have recommended it to other colleagues.
Mrs Sharon Pierce
School of Healthcare Sciences, Bangor University
Oct 14 2013
Customer Review 17
Have recommended this to Undergraduate students as a means of developing their writing throughout the course
School of Nursing and Midwifery, The Robert Gordon University
Oct 10 2013
Customer Review 18
to develop critical thinking and critical analysis of nursing which will enable students to formulate an evidence based argument thus question the quality of care that patients receive.
Department of Nursing, Bradford University
Oct 09 2013
Customer Review 19
a useful book for students to develop their skills
Mrs Ann Price
Nursing and Applied Clinical Studies Department, Canterbury Christ Church
Sep 12 2013