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Principles of Anatomy and Physiology For Nursing and Healthcare Students in Australia, 1st Edition

Peate, Evans, Byrne, Deasy, Dowlman, Gillan, Purushothuman, Wadsworth

Print ISBN : 9780730391944 |  Digital ISBN : 9780730391951

Anatomy & Physiology is a complex subject – instructors face the challenge of teaching A&P to their healthcare students in a way that is relatable. This is why instructors need a specifically designed text.

After comprehensive consultation and research, Principles of Anatomy and Physiology for Nursing and Healthcare Students in Australia, 1st Edition has been brought to life by a team of local authors to deliver truly relevant content.

This brand new text brings you content that is regionally specific to Australia and its healthcare priorities, including Indigenous health. The local case studies reinforce the concept of ‘thinking like a nurse’ – enhancing students’ abilities to use clinical reasoning for patient care.

The eBook offers fresh digital learning tools – students will explore Lightboard Videos by local academics, interactive exercises, and connective learning opportunities.

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Australian Context

An in-depth focus on the local healthcare system, Australian health priorities and Indigenous health, delivering content that is regionally relevant.

Quality Case Studies

Clinical case studies that connect A&P to relatable examples, to enhance students’ abilities when using clinical reasoning in patient care.

Media Toolkit

A rich suite of multimedia resources with Lightboard Videos and interviews that help instructors make A&P relatable to nursing students.

Hear from the authors

Hear from the authors of Anatomy and Physiology For Nursing and Healthcare Students in Australia, 1st Edition, Siva Purushothuman, Amy Byrne, Will Deasy and Michele Dowlman, on the teaching challenges addresses in the new title.