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About this resource
The aim of this resource is to provide you with an introduction and overview to general practice
This workbook is a tool to guide you, the nurse transitioning into this area of primary health care, through the key components of nursing in general practice and ensure a thorough understanding of the many facets of general practice nursing. It may accompany your existing workplace orientation, and it will help identify areas where additional knowledge is required. If you have not received an induction resource or an orientation, this resource aims to assist your transition to your new workplace.
You may like to use this workbook in conjunction with a clinical and professional mentor, a clinical colleague or another workplace support person.
This workbook may also contribute to, but not replace, self-assessment tools used to enable nurses to rate their knowledge, skills and confidence in each area of nursing, and subsequently produce an action place based on their own learning needs. You cn also use this workbook as a reference for continuing professional development (CPD).
Once purchased, you can access a PDF containing all links in the book here.