3 edition of Stories for nurses found in the catalog.
Stories for nurses
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Acts of caring|
|Statement||K. Lynn Wieck.|
|LC Classifications||RT34 .W54 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 223 p.|
|Number of Pages||223|
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1. Let me tell you about this book 2. A tale told by a nurse 3. Resilience – the story so far 4. Carol, the nurse who went on strike 5. Beverley, the student nurse who refused to fear 6. Laura, student nurses and the ’real’ nurses 7. Polly, the student nurse . Nurse creates coronavirus book to help reduce fear in children 19 March, By Megan Ford A nurse in Southampton has written and illustrated a short story to help explain the .
Nurses are known for being caring, empathic, organized, knowledgeable, and graceful under pressure, but let's face it: Emergency room nurses have the best—and often grossest—stories. Susie called the nurse, Susie called the lady with the alligator purse. In came the doctor In came the nurse in came the lady with the alligator purse. Mumps said the doctor, Measles said the nurse, nonsense (shout) said the lady with the alligator purse. Shot said the doctor Pills said the nurse.
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Echo Heron has spent years More. This book "sucked me in" from the first page. Being a retired nurse I can really relate with the stories. Love to read before I go to sleep & its all I can do to make myself put it down. Good book for us old nurses to remember & good for new nurses or students to get some incite of things that may lay ahead.
Highly recommend this book. A story of empowerment, nurses within the organization learn to stand together with the help of a labor union and a professional nursing organization. #2 The Nurse’s Story Author: Carol Gino, RN, MA.
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The stories cover a diversity of nurses and experiences, including recollections of first “sticks,” births and patient deaths. Readers can feel the emotions and hear the voices of fellow nurses at different stages. This engaging book recounts direct and vivid stories told by or about nurses.
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Are you a nurse with a story to tell. Have you ever thought about writing a book to share your stories of patient care and advice for new nurses.
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This Snarky Coloring Book is probably one of the most unconventional books for nurses you can find. Instead of stories and tales of personal experiences, this one is filled with quotes and designs to help you de-stress. The quotes are extremely funny and every nurse.
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Her book, Your Heart and Mine, will be published by Viking Penguin in spring • The Author: Molly Case. This moving story takes you through the psychological and physical pain of an month hospital stay.
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Primary-care physicians and surgeons may attract most of the publicity, but nurses .A Guide to Creating a Life Story for Care-giving1 Life Story books can be used by family members of the person with dementia while the person is living at home. The information can also be used by health care staff in community, adult day centres, hospitals and nursing homes.
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