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Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should Enjoy

Until you’ve consumed all of the best Emergency Nursing books, can you even claim to be a true fan?

1. Sheehy’s Manual of Emergency Care (Newberry, Sheehy’s Manual of Emergency Care) (2012)

 Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should EnjoyThoroughly revised and featuring a more efficient and streamlined design, the new 7th edition of Sheehy’s trusted emergency care resource offers complete, up-to-date coverage of the essentials emergency nurses need to know. Each condition commonly seen in the emergency setting is thoroughly addressed, from signs and symptoms, to diagnosis, treatment, developmental considerations, patient education, and more. Updated material and easy-to-reference contents make this resource a must-have for current practice….
Author(s): ENA, Belinda B Hammond, et al.

2. CEN Review Book and Study Guide 2019-2020: Comprehensive Certified Emergency Nursing Exam Prep and Practice Test Questions (2019)

 Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should EnjoyYou might think this is just another practice test book. However, our healthcare test prep isn’t like other study materials. Because Ascencia Test Prep’s unofficial NEW CEN Review Book and Study Guide 2019-2020: Comprehensive Certified Emergency Nursing Exam Prep and Practice Test Questions offers you real examples, graphics, and information, you’ll benefit from a quick but full review of everything on the exam! Our convenient materials will give you the edge you need to pass your exam the first time.© 2019 Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN) was not involved in the creation or…
Author(s): Ascencia Nursing Exam Prep Team

3. Emergency Nursing Core Curriculum (2017)

 Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should Enjoy, presents a clear, concise, and thorough overview of emergency nursing. Authored by the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), this new edition includes updated information on cancer guidelines, diabetes, HIPAA information and more! Building upon the strengths of previous editions, new photographs and illustrations make content more accessible, bringing essential concepts to life This edition provides nurses with an invaluable resource for certification review. Used by practicing emergency nurses at all levels, this highly-respected resource is essential for gaining knowledge, developing…
Author(s): ENA

4. Fast Facts for the ER Nurse, Third Edition: Emergency Department Orientation in a Nutshell (2017)

 Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should EnjoyThe newly revised third edition of the bestselling orientation guide for novice ER nurses delivers important clinical updates across body systems in an easy-to-read on the move bullet-point format. Including a new chapter on hematologic emergencies with evidence-based practice for sickle cell care management, all sections of this new edition have been thoroughly updated to supplement the ER nurse’s busy day-to-day orientation process.The only book of its kind, this quick-access guide prepares ER nurses for the most common illnesses they will encounter by alphabetically organizing diseases and disorders within each body system. All…
Author(s): Buettner RN CEN, Jennifer

5. Emergency Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! (Incredibly Easy! Series®) (2014)

 Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should EnjoyCompletely revised and updated to reflect the latest guidelines and innovation, , offers essential information on emergency, trauma, and critical care. Presented in the easy-to-learn and enjoyable Incredibly Easy! format, it covers emergency care basics, including patient assessment and triage, trauma, disease crises, and patient and family communication. It also addresses legal issues such as handling evidence and documentation, and holistic issues such as pain and end-of-life care. Chapters detail emergency nursing by body system and cover shock, multi-system traumas, environmental emergencies, disaster…
Author(s): Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

6. Transition Series: Topics for the EMT (2011)

 Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should EnjoyTransition Series: Topics for the EMT provides both an overview of new information contained within the Education Standards at the EMT level and a source of continuing education for practicing EMTs. Intended for a new generation of EMTs, the text integrates new “topics” that were not contained in the EMT-B curriculum and existing “topics” at a much greater depth and breadth than what was contained in the typical EMT-Basic education program. Educating and training EMTs using the new Education Standards, this text provides a solid foundation of knowledge to practice pre-hospital care….
Author(s): Limmer EMT-P, Daniel J., Joseph J. Mistovich

7. An Overview of the Human Services (Introduction to Human Services) (2007)

 Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should EnjoyEngaging and student-friendly, An Overview of the Human Services is designed for undergraduates just beginning to study the field of human services. Because the field encompasses many career opportunities, skills, client populations, and job duties, this text not only introduces students to the field, but also helps them to decide which specialty is right for them. With more than 14 years of teaching experience in the renowned human service program at California State University, Fullerton, and experience as a clinical psychotherapist in a variety of human service agencies, author Kristi Kanel is…
Author(s): Kristi Kanel

8. First Aid for the USMLE Step 2 CK, Seventh Edition (First Aid USMLE) (2009)

 Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should EnjoyThe seventh edition of First Aid for the USMLE Step 2 CK is written by medical students who successfully passed the exam and reviewed by top faculty. The result is proven information and strategies that maximize your study time and deliver the results you want! Thousands of must-know facts that summarize frequently tested topics Completely updated based on feedback from students who passed 120+ photographs similar to those on the exam 16 pages of full-color clinical images Rapid Review section for last-minute cramming Updated ratings of Step 2 CK review resources…
Author(s): Tao Le, Vikas Bhushan , et al.

9. Emergency Medicine Oral Board Review Illustrated (Cambridge Medicine (Paperback)) (2009)

 Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should EnjoyThe accreditation process for emergency medicine in the United States is considered one of the most difficult among all medical specialties, with residents required to pass both a written and oral examination to gain certification. This book allows the reader to apply a case-based interactive approach to studying for the oral board examination, while also providing an excellent introduction to the field. Featuring more than 100 cases derived from the Model of Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine, with an emphasis on EKGs, CT scans, x-rays, and ultrasounds,…
Author(s): Yasuharu Okuda, Bret P. Nelson

10. Cases and Applications for Woodside/McClam’s An Introduction to Human Services, 7th (2011)

 Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should EnjoyThis hands-on work-text equips students with a practitioner perspective through realistic cases about the profession of human services. Students study and apply concepts using cases, quizzes, and questions that encourage them to reflect upon their own understandings of the concepts. Each chapter begins with a focus issue, followed by case and summary sections, case questions, self-assessments, and case comments….
Author(s): Marianne R. Woodside, Tricia McClam

11. Health Behavior Change (2010)

 Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should EnjoyEngagingly written by experts with worldwide reputations in the field, Health Behavior Change presents an exciting method which can be used to helps patients change their behaviour in both hospital and community settings. The method is applicable to any behaviour, such as overeating, physical inactivity and smoking or with patients struggling with the consequences of chronic conditions like diabetes and heart disease. Using brief, structured consultations with the client, the practitioner encourages the patient to take charge of decision-making concerning their health. It relies upon partnership between professional and patient…
Author(s): Rollnick BSocSci(Hons) MSc DipClinPsych PhD, Stephen, Mason BSc (Econ) MSocSc, Pip, et al.

Best Emergency Nursing Books You Should Enjoy

We highly recommend you to buy all paper or e-books in a legal way, for example, on Amazon. But sometimes it might be a need to dig deeper beyond the shiny book cover. Before making a purchase, you can visit resources like Genesis and download some emergency nursing books mentioned below at your own risk. Once again, we do not host any illegal or copyrighted files, but simply give our visitors a choice and hope they will make a wise decision.

Disaster nursing and emergency preparedness for chemical, biological, and radiological terrorism, and other hazards

Author(s): Tener Goodwin Veenema (editor)
ID: 2552281, Publisher: , Year: 2019, Size: 24 Mb, Format: pdf

Emergency Nursing: The Profession, the Pathway, the Practice

Author(s): Jeff Solheim
ID: 1617209, Publisher: SIGMA Theta Tau International Honorary Society of Nursing, Year: 2016, Size: 12 Mb, Format: pdf

Oxford Handbook of Emergency Nursing

Author(s): Robert Crouch OBE, Alan Charters, Mary Dawood, Paula Bennett
ID: 1630199, Publisher: Oxford University Press, Year: 2016, Size: 10 Mb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not absolute. Some books are absolutely hot items according to Washington Post, others are drafted by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant books you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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