Part 2 Pathways in the Acute Setting:; Pathways in urology; Pathways in cardiology; Pathways in orthopaedics; Pathways in paediatrics; Pathways in accident and emergency;
Part 3 Pathways in the Non–Acute Setting:; Pathways bridging the acute/community interface; Pathways in community mental health; Pathways for stroke care;
Part 4 The Issues:; Pathways of care, clinical guidelines and the law; Pathways of care – a tool for minimising risk; Pathways as a basis for evidence–based contracting; Automation of Pathways; Into the future with Pathways of care;
Penelope J. Keith, Journal of Community Nursing, 1999.
"This readable textbook provides examples of some innovative and best practice experiences from contributors with a variety of backgrounds and clinical settings."
"Recommended reading for all health care professionals, particularly key workers , named nurses, and those committed to multi–professional working."
D A Corby, Health Management, 1998.
"An excellent book. The editor has achieved a remarkably consistent standard of clear writing in a book with many authors, making Pathways of Care unusual as well as useful."
Dr Steve Iliffe, British Journal of Health Care Management, 1997.
"This book is an invaluable reference book, and is highly recommended to anyone working with ethnic groups."
Nirma Phillips, Health Visitor, 1997.
"The Ethnic Health Handbook is long overdue, well organized and referenced, and is clearly written. As such it is not only a must for nurse managers, but for anyone with an interest and commitment to ethnic health issues."
Mary Hawkey, Journal of Nursing Management, 1997.