Practical advice in relation to each of the key cardiovascular disorders, and guidance on developing your own personal development plan and the practice learning plan.
Cardiovascular Disease Matters in Primary Care
You should do more than read this book. It contains direct, practical advice in relation to each of the key cardiovascular disorders, and guidance on developing your own personal development plan and the practice learning plan. It is therefore a book to ‘do’, or interact with, rather than just read. Make use of this book and you will start to release the full potential of clinical governance and will improve the care of people at risk of, or with, cardiovascular problems.’ Richard Baker, in his Foreword ‘This book will prove to be of huge value to the many doctors, nurses and other disciplines who have a collective determination to improve the primary and secondary prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease. It clarifies how the recommendations made in the NSF can be implemented and, as a result, can help people to believe that better, more effective care is possible. Most importantly, readers will also gain the essential confidence to know that they are, indeed, doing the right thing! Practical advice, information and useful case studies are available to the reader and the book narrows the gap between theory and practice. It will encourage primary healthcare enthusiasts to believe that they have the potential to improve community health.