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by Barbara Hegner,Barbara Acello

Download Nursing Assistant: A Nursing Process Approach eBook
Barbara Hegner,Barbara Acello
Medicine & Health Sciences
Cengage Learning; 11 edition (January 1, 2015)
1024 pages
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Hegner, Barbara R. Subjects. Section One. Introduction to nursing assisting. Unit 1. Community Health Care. Unit 2. Role of the Nursing Assistant. Nurses' aides - Handbooks, manuals, et. Care of the sick. Unit 3. Consumer Rights and Responsibilities in Health Care. Unit 4. Ethical and Legal Issues Affecting the Nursing Assistant. Section Two. Scientific principles.

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  • Runeshaper
I have been using this book in Kindle rental format for my CNA class this semester. I'm glad I rented it - my school is switching to a different book after this semester, so they wouldn't have considered buying them back. The instructor mentioned some people there teaching the class find the book needlessly verbose - just way more information than necessary.

It was a very affordable option as a rental though, especially through ebook. I carry an ipad with me, so I can work on homework no matter where I am without having to haul textbooks around. My only issue is that a handful of pictures are missing throughout the book in the ebook version. It's very rare, but it was unexpected and a little misleading to say "This kindle book looks just like the printed book." Yes, for 99% of the book it is like the printed book, but no, it's not JUST like the printed book.

Normally the image comes with a figure number and a description of the image, but if the picture is missing, so is the caption. There's just a large gray box that says, "Image not available due to copyright restrictions." It's very uncommon and I seem to be getting by without them, but it would have been nice to get some kind of warning - especially if thinking about owning a permanent copy of the ebook. Really, they should have at least kept the caption too just so you had more of an idea of what the image might be of. The text usually does refer to the image too, so you at least have that, but the caption often gives a little more information or (in the case of procedural images) brief instruction.

You cannot print pages through Kindle. You can use the print screen button to capture pages in the Kindle for PC version and paste them into image editors, documents, etc though. I usually put them in paint real quick first just to crop off anything else that was on my computer screen. I only use that when I do the review questions at the end of the homework now, so I have the questions with me if I want to look over/study off them later.
  • Modigas
I bought this book in "good" condition. It had been well used before I got it but was still in good condition. It was worth the money I spent and I would recommend it to anyone who is learning the skills for a nursing asst or home health aid. It has all the info you need except for the real life compassion and performance to be a great aid.
  • Dusar
Made class more bearable. It simplifies technical stuff. The CD that comes with it will help you prepare for the quizzes and tests you will eventually take. It's a solid book, full of diagrams, pictures and thorough explanations.
  • Gldasiy
Something is wrong here or maybe i messed up. I wanted the tex book..What i got was sheets with questions and lines to accommodates answers. Total waste of my money. I have been looking at the Pics of the covers for both tex book and what i got and i cant see the difference. Totally dissapointed.
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  • Delaath
As expected. Easy rental
Very good condition.