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Gastrointestinal Nursing

Gastrointestinal Nursing is the only journal to focus specifically on gastroenterology and is essential reading for any nurse working in this field.
Terri Porrett, Nurse Consultant in Coloproctology, Homerton University Hospital NHS Trust

Gastrointestinal Nursing is essential reading for all nurses specialising in gastrointestinal care who wish to provide the best possible care for their patients.

The journal covers all aspects of gastroenterology in a way that is relevant, intelligent and so useful in daily practice. It focuses on all the specialties in the field, including stoma care, endoscopy, nutrition and coloproctology nursing, and examines topics such as irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn's disease, constipation, incontinence and PEG feeding.

It contains the best clinical articles available to gastrointestinal nurses, which are written by experts and double-blind peer reviewed by leading authorities in the field. In addition, each issue of the journal contains the latest news, expert analysis, original research and CPD articles to help nurses with their PREP requirements and to update their knowledge.

No nurse working in gastroenterology and stoma care can afford to be without Gastrointestinal Nursing.

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