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The Nurse's Anatomy and Physiology Colouring Book
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Descriptors of the body Chapter 2: Homeostasis in Person-Centred Practice Chapter 3: The Human Cell Chapter 4: The Human Microbiome and Health Chapter 5: The Nervous System: Control of Body Function Chapter 6: Special and General Senses: Responding to the Environment Chapter 7: The Endocrine System: Control of Internal Functions Chapter 8: The Digestive System Chapter 9: Metabolism and Liver Function Chapter 10: The Respiratory System Chapter 11: The Renal System Chapter 12: The Cardiovascular System Chapter 13: The Immune System Chapter 14: Skin and Temperature Regulation Chapter 15: The Musculoskeletal System Chapter 16: The Reproductive System Chapter 17: Development through the life span

About the Author

Professor Jennifer Boore is Emeritus Professor of Nursing at the School of Nursing, Ulster University. Jenny started her career as a registered nurse, followed by becoming a midwife. She practiced as a nurse and midwife in the UK and Australia for some years before returning and beginning her first degree in human biology. After working as a clinical teacher with the degree students she obtained a Research Fellowship at the University of Manchester and completed her PhD on pre-operative preparation of patients. From 1977 to 1984 Jenny worked as a Lecturer in Nursing at the Universities of Edinburgh and Hull and was then appointed as Professor of Nursing at the University of Ulster in 1984 (the first Professor of Nursing in Ireland). Jenny has an extensive background in education, research and professional regulation. She has taught anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology to undergraduate and post-graduate nursing students across a number of courses throughout her career. Her contributions to nursing have been recognised in achieving the honours of Fellow of the Royal College of Nursing in 1993 and Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1996. Jenny continues to be active in nursing education and research. Dr Neal Cook is a Reader and the Associate Head of School at the School of Nursing, Ulster University and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Neal is also President of the European Association of Neuroscience Nurses and an Executive Board Member of the British Association of Neuroscience Nurses. Neal has taught anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology to undergraduate and post-graduate nursing students across a number of courses since he commenced working in higher education. Neal is also an Advanced Life Support Instructor, teaching life support courses in Health and Social Care Trusts and in the University. He has worked in the fields of neurosciences and critical care since registering as a nurse, becoming a specialist practitioner and subsequently moving into education and research. Neal has published clinical, research and education papers in the fields of education and neurosciences and remains very active in these endeavours. He remains clinically active in neurosciences and remains a Registered Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (UK). Andrea Shepherd is a Lecturer in Nursing at the School of Nursing, Ulster University and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She has taught anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology to undergraduate nursing students across a number of courses since she commenced working in higher education. Andrea is also an Advanced Life Support Instructor, teaching life support courses in Health and Social Care Trusts and in the University. She has worked in the fields of critical care and orthopaedics since registering as a nurse, becoming a specialist practitioner and subsequently moving into education. She currently takes a lead role in adult pre-registration nursing, is clinically active in critical care and remains a Registered Nurse with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (UK).

Reviews

'This book covers everything that was in my first year anatomy module. The layout and text to diagram ratio is great and allows the reader to think and learn in a different way. Being dyslexic, this style of book is ideal as diagrams and sections can be colour coordinated making revising better and quicker once the book has been completed.' -- Megan Johnston, Nursing Student
'The book equally challenged and supported my understanding of anatomy and physiology whilst making links to nursing practice. Being able to label and colour in diagrams allowed me to test my current understanding to highlight areas of improvement. The brief descriptions throughout each chapter supported the activities well and links to the anatomy and physiology book are useful to access further information. Overall, it is a great way to revise anatomy and physiology without simply writing notes or reading a textbook. It will definitely be my go to book for A&P revision, it's surprising how much can be learnt whilst colouring in.' -- Russell Aris, Nursing Student
'I really like the layout of this book and how it looks at the holistic needs of the patient as well as the science related topics. As a visual learner this is a great book for working through to gain knowledge and to then reference back to. A must have I think before undertaking a health science academic course/study.' -- Sian Gibbon, Nursing Student
'As a 3rd year Midwifery student, I found this book very helpful for my revision of A&P. Having a short and easy to read description of the biological process for each section, assisted with ensuring that I was aware of what I was going to be working on. This also links in beautifully with the textbook and enabled me to build on what I have already been learning. I also found it very useful to have prompts in the chapters to revise sections within the main textbook. Working with the textbook is helpful but this colouring book is also great on its own. Colouring a workbook is fun and calming. I really like colouring workbooks and for someone like me, who is a hands-on and a visual learner, this sticks with me and my memory retains it much easier - what a great way to learn!' -- Melissa Cohen, Midwifery Student
'I think that the concept for this workbook is excellent. It promotes mastery of the topics without being too difficult. It can really work as a complement to a detailed textbook.' -- Francis Geronimo
'I think that the colouring book is an amazing idea!' -- Robyn Ambrose, 1st year Nursing Student

'I think it is a great idea! Colouring and labelling hugely helps me learn and revise, but sometimes in class I don't have time but this book would save that time!'

-- Megan Copas, 1st year Nursing Student

'I was testing myself the other day to see what I could remember from the anatomy and physiology unit last year. I think a book like this is a really good way of engaging you in testing and revising what you already know.'

-- Daniel Peay, 1st year Nursing Student
An excellent resource for learning and as someone who struggled with learning about Anatomy and Physiology I regret not having one! There is useful supplementary information on each page and the focus on Person Centred Practice was a welcomed surprise -- Ibadete Fetahu * https://www.nursingtimes.net/ *

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