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The unsung heroes of health care at last let their voices be heard in this important addition...
The unsung heroes of health care at last let their voices be heard in this important addition to the bestselling true medicine list. From every area of hospital work, here are real nurses' accounts of the tensions of an inner-city emergency room, the action of a Mobile Care Unit, the tragedy of an AIDS clinic, the hope of a maternity ward, and more. Original.
|1||"Running the Show" Extended Scope||6|
|2||"To Be Needed" Becoming a Nurse||27|
|3||"The Rubber Clause" Beginning as a Nurse||53|
|4||"All That Can Be Done" The Emergency Room||81|
|5||"A Human Crisis" Psychiatric Emergencies||108|
|6||"That Long Hallway" Medical-Surgical Floors||130|
|7||"Hopefully Some Listening" Psychiatric Floors||165|
|8||"The Whole Thing Right There" The Operating Room||195|
|9||"This Isn't K Mart" Recovery Room||205|
|10||"Always That Surprise" Speciality Units||222|
|11||"No Lack of Choices" Nursing Administration||240|
|12||"Right up against Life" Nurse-Midwives||249|
|13||"Different Responsibilities" Nurse Practitioners||266|
|14||"The Nature of the Work" Teaching||281|
Posted November 1, 2001
Posted August 20, 2000
I read this book in its entirety in one day. I was trying to find at least one positive thing about the nursing profession, but there was none to be found. The book described instance after instance of nurses being mistreated. I am now reconsidering my choice of a profession.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 23, 2015
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