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Written by nursing's brilliant first theorist/researcher and first published in 1859, Notes on Nursing: What It Is and What It Is Not is regarded as nursing's first textbook. An ideal gift for anyone in nursing, this special edition contains the original text in its entirety with commentaries by 12 prominent nursing theorists. Beautifully bound with marbled end pages, gilded edges, and a ribbon book marker.
"...in celebration of Lippincott's 200th anniversary...this edition contains commentaries by 11 leading contemporary nursing theorists and thinkers...features a deluxe binding with a simulated leather cover and gold leaf page edges."
Posted August 8, 2009
The book itself (as written by Nightingale) is very informative. She expresses what the concepts of nursing are and explains what they should be. The other excerpts written by professionals who have read and studied the book deem to be useful as well. Plus the vintage appeal of the book adds a realistic look, as if it was the original copy itself.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.