So You’ve Registered, What Now?, 1st Edition

Author :
By Joleen McKee, BSc (Hons) RN
Full of real-life tips and insights from practising nurses, this new title gives encouragement and advice to help newly qualified registrants prepare as they start work in the ever-changing world of health care. So You've Registered, What Now? does ...view more

Full of real-life tips and insights from practising nurses, this new title gives encouragement and advice to help newly qualified registrants prepare as they start work in the ever-changing world of health care.

So You've Registered, What Now? does not cover clinical skills but rather concentrates on the practical essentials of working as a nurse in different settings, from hospitals to the community and research sectors. Written in an easy to follow, conversational style, it takes the reader through relevant regulations and provides up-to-date guidance on how to survive as a nurse in the real world.

Being a newly registered nurse can be a daunting experience. New nurses will find this book an invaluable resource that will help them navigate the sometimes convoluted path to establishing their career, as well as a support and guide through the highs and lows of their working life.

ISBN :
9780323933926
Publication Date :
06-04-2023
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Full of real-life tips and insights from practising nurses, this new title gives encouragement and advice to help newly qualified registrants prepare as they start work in the ever-changing world of health care.

So You've Registered, What Now? does not cover clinical skills but rather concentrates on the practical essentials of working as a nurse in different settings, from hospitals to the community and research sectors. Written in an easy to follow, conversational style, it takes the reader through relevant regulations and provides up-to-date guidance on how to survive as a nurse in the real world.

Being a newly registered nurse can be a daunting experience. New nurses will find this book an invaluable resource that will help them navigate the sometimes convoluted path to establishing their career, as well as a support and guide through the highs and lows of their working life.


Key Features
  • Current regulations and policies, and how to navigate them
  • Definitions of technical terms and abbreviations
  • Tips from nurses’ lived experience
  • Discussion of preceptorship, nursing during the COVID-19 pandemic and reflection

Author Information
By Joleen McKee, BSc (Hons) RN, Ulster University, Nursing Development Lead, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust, RCN Learning Representative