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Nursing as a Profession And Patient Leading, Guidance, & Support By Shreen Gaber
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Nurses work to promote health, prevent disease and help patients cope with illness. They are advocates and health educators for patients, families, and communities. When providing direct patient... More > care, they observe, assess and record patient symptoms, reactions, and progress. Nurses collaborate with physicians in the performance of treatments and examinations, the administration of medications and the provision of direct patient care in convalescence and rehabilitation. This is why nursing considered as a profession. Patient guidance has been an essential component of Registered Nurses’ professional role. In today's healthcare delivery system, patient guidance and leading are becoming increasingly important. The public demands more information and control over their health care. Moreover, illness and limited knowledge about medicine, nursing, and the healthcare system mean that patients are often vulnerable and powerless.< Less
Nurse V Nurse By A. Dhay
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My personal journey experiencing abuse in the nursing profession
A Nursing Life By Aubrey Malone
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Spanning no less than five generations, this is the story of a Midleton-born nurse who rises to the top of her profession in the 1960s before marriage to a carpet salesman in Clery's sees her... More > having to leave her job and become a fulltime mother. Tragedy mixes with comedy as tales of marital breakdown and a bullying matron mix with nights on the town and days on ever-changing wards as the health service goes through various transitions and she does her best to acclimatise herself to them. Allied with her attempts to juggle her career with the demands of a challenging home life resides a bittersweet tale of love and loss as the winsome world of her parents gives way to a harsher one where family values are threatened by the addiction problems of her husband and daughter. Behind it all is her unmarried aunt who hides a heartbreaking secret that flies in the face of the morals of the time.< Less
A Nurse's Voice By Angela Brooks
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Angela Brooks is a mental health nurse educator who spent the last 22 years working in a state funded mental hospital. In 'A Nurses Story', she shares not only what her patients have taught her over... More > the years, but what we can all learn from those we consider 'at the margins of society'. It's about how each of us can inspire a sense of self-worth and purpose in every life we touch... if only we choose to. What are nurses really thinking? What causes them to be frustrated and want to quit their beloved profession even when they love taking care of people? What makes nurses stay, even when it feels like everything and everyone is against them? In 'A Nurses Story', you'll discover the answer. The words in this book give voice to the millions of men and women who care for us and our loved ones every day in our most vulnerable times. ‘A Nurses Story’ is their story.< Less
Nursing Career: The Complete Guide to Nursing Career Choices and Nursing Career Goals By Elizabeth Vance
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Qualified nurses are in highly demand in the health care market. Throughout the years, the field of nursing has brought millions and millions of people above the average paying jobs. There has never... More > a more exciting time to join the nursing profession. As a nurse it is possible to work in, among others, hospitals, clinics, nursing and residential homes, occupational health services, voluntary organizations that run hospices or residential care and the pharmaceutical industry. Nurses also work in the prison service, university education, on leisure cruise ships or for the armed forces. In this ebook, you'll find helpful tips on nursing career choices, what you need to know about nursing career books, how to become a registered nurse, nursing career goals, nursing career salary and more. GRAB A COPY TODAY!< Less
Life of a Victoria Nurse By Robert Preiss
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This book is the biography of Evelyn "Bea"Preiss, a Texas nurse of the 20th Century. It details her life as she navigated professional challenges in the healthcare field, advancing... More > technologies, the historical tumult of the nation, and the struggle of every working woman to balance work and family. This is a must-read for anyone entering the nursing profession, studying this history of working women in the twentieth century, or generally seeking an exemplary story of a woman making her way through life to raise children, endure divorce, overcome adversity in life and still make a lasting mark in her chosen profession. It is written as a highly personal family history and includes numerous photos.< Less
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The Nurse’s Gratitude Reboot By Danan Whiddon
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The Nurse’s Gratitude Reboot is a project between cousins Jae Sanders and Danan Whiddon. Jae, a long time nurse in Colorado, and Danan, a writer and teacher in Tennessee, decided in a Facebook... More > conversation to spread the joy of Gratitude Journaling to those in the healing profession. In collaborating on this book, it is their hope that nurses in all fields will benefit from conscious journaling and self-care. This is an excellent introduction to mindfulness and gratitude. It’s also a tribute to nurses everywhere!< Less
A History of The Male Nurse By Kevin Hargreaves
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Nursing until the 1960s and 1970s was seen as a female profession; it is only in recent years that men, in any number, have entered this perceived female bastion. It is generally thought, or assumed,... More > that it has always been women who have been the only nurses through the centuries. However, with even the most cursory glance at the literature available, or even on the Internet, it is soon realised that this is not the case. It is impossible to talk about, or discuss, trained nurses per se when there was no actual recognised training available in any shape or form. Again, it is a general assumption that historically the only trained nurses were female. This certainly was not the case but nursing was seen, up to quite recently, as a job for women mainly because of the social and cultural norms.< Less
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More than 50 rare photos of Canadian nurses, on-duty from coast to coast, complement this amazing compendium of true stories garned from RNs from every corner of Canada. Readers will feel the joy,... More > the sorrow, and even the laughter of the nurses, as they share in their amazing experiences.< Less

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