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Camp Nursing - Circles of Care

practical, easy-to-use reference for nurses going to work at camps.
Advances in medical knowledge and technology, legislation to protect safety and privacy, and growing public expectations are external forces pushing camps to develop health programs based on high standards, carried out by nurses who believe in nursing excellence. This book is an over view of the multi-facetted job of the nurse at camp and presents principles that are applicable to all health professionals and to camps with varying combinations of healthcare staff.
Also included is a fifty page reference section, Treatment Guidelines, containing currently accepted procedures for illness and accidents common to camps.
Camp Nursing-Circles of Care</i> has won 1st AWARD in the 2011 Society of Camp Directors WRITING AWARDS
and is given for Excellence in Writing on Organized Children’s Camping in Canada.