Applied Psychology for Nurses

  • by Mary F. Porter, Israel Bouseman
  • Narrated by Bruce T. Harvey
  • 4 hrs and 47 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The complete work plus an overview, summary, analysis, and author biography.
Applied Psychology for Nurses is an insightful audiobook which specifically addresses psychology from the viewpoint of the healthcare practitioner. It focuses on the connections between mind and body with an emphasis on how these connections can be utilized to provide a patient with the best capacity to return to health and to adopt a functional state of mind which leads them to a healthy and functional mind. This is a practical audio from a medical perspective. While the mark of the scientific and medical view is clearly evident on the work, it moves quickly into how to apply these understandings in a real-world scenario. Due to this emphasis, it is a work which relays grounded observations and solid understandings of the human mind which can immediately put into use. This is an audio useful not only for nurses, but for anyone whose daily life brings them into contact with other human beings.

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This work was written far ahead of its time, and is a gem for those interested in psychology or nursing, or any who wish to gain insight into their dealings with others.


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A must have for all aspiring nurses!

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The content of this audiobook gets you ready for the crazy world of nursing. I highly recommend this audiobook as I read the actual book and loved it.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-17-2014
  • Publisher: AudioLearn