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[KINDLE] ✽ Report an issue Author Dawn Brookes – Spectekhnika.pro Humorous candid and compassionate One of the best books in its genre out thereDawn had no idea what she wanted to do with her life but a set of circumstances collide that see her attending an intervieHumorous candid and compassionate One of the best books in its genre out thereDawn had no idea what she wanted to do with her life but a set of circumstances collide that see her attending an interview for nurse training in 1977 There follows what someone describes as a howling good read The memoir follows the ups and downs of a trainee nurse during the 1970s It is written with humour and candour but also a great deal of compassionThe book follows the author's experiences as she and her friends come to terms with the non stop hustle and bustle of hospital life As you are drawn into the book you will be introduced to many unforgettable patients' and their stories while getting to know a cracking good storyteller when you follow her onto the hospital wards Dawn shares the discipline laughter and inevitable sadness as she learns to cope with the strains of shift work It also highlights the domineering presence of the Ward Sister during that era 'The Sister called to me 'Nurse Brookes set up a trolley for a lumbar puncture''I have never set up a trolley for a lumbar puncture Sister''WELL LEARN' She shouted and stormed of up the wardThe chapters are separated into ward placements and the experiences of caring for patients in each of these different environments draws you in and helps you to understand what the student nurses' went through during their trainingThe most challenging placements are shared with humour and understanding acknowledging her weaknesses remembershe writes she is still a teenager coming across daily what most people will not experience in a lifetime As well as providing an insight into nurse training Hurry up Nurseis a warmly written medical biography that treats us to a glimpse into the social history of life in the 1970s and early 1980s This funnypoignant nursing memoir will make you laugh and make you cry Pick up this page turning book todayAuthor InterviewWhat made you want to write a nursing memoir?I think in a way it was inevitable I have always been a reader and whilst I love to read fiction I tend to readnon fiction and biographies than anything else At first I started writing for myself and perhaps for future generations of family to find when researching a family tree As the book developed I became that young girl again and the vivid memories of patients and friends came flooding back I felt that their stories and bravery needed to be shared The other reason was that the memories made me laugh and remember the days when I loved nursing there was so much fun and camaraderie at that timeWere there any times when you wanted to give up writing the memoir?Yes indeed Initially I started the work while still working full time and it was difficult to find the time and the discipline to write it tended to be start stop start for.

About a year I really gave up when my laptop met with an accident and I lost five chapters that could not be recovered At that point I did give up and it wasn't until I broke my foot at work and had to take some time off that I found myself with too much time on my hands as I was unable to drive I found the old file with the original chapters and started again finishing the book in six weeks The rest is historyWho would enjoy this book?Anyone who likes human interest stories and hospital dramasHumorous candid and compassionate One of the best books in its genre out thereDawn had no idea what she wanted to do with her life but a set of circumstances collide that see her attending an interview for nurse training in 1977 There follows what someone describes as a howling good read The memoir follows the ups and downs of a trainee nurse during the 1970s It is written with humour and candour but also a great deal of compassionThe book follows the author's experiences as she and her friends come to terms with the non stop hustle and bustle of hospital life As you are drawn into the book you will be introduced to many unforgettable patients' and their stories while getting to know a cracking good storyteller when you follow her onto the hospital wards Dawn shares the discipline laughter and inevitable sadness as she learns to cope with the strains of shift work It also highlights the domineering presence of the Ward Sister during that era 'The Sister called to me 'Nurse Brookes set up a trolley for a lumbar puncture''I have never set up a trolley for a lumbar puncture Sister''WELL LEARN' She shouted and stormed of up the wardThe chapters are separated into ward placements and the experiences of caring for patients in each of these different environments draws you in and helps you to understand what the student nurses' went through during their trainingThe most challenging placements are shared with humour and understanding acknowledging her weaknesses remembershe writes she is still a teenager coming across daily what most people will not experience in a lifetime As well as providing an insight into nurse training Hurry up Nurseis a warmly written medical biography that treats us to a glimpse into the social history of life in the 1970s and early 1980s This funny Humorous candid and compassionate One of the best books in its genre out thereDawn had no idea what she wanted to do with her life but a set of circumstances collide that see her attending an interview for nurse training in 1977 There follows what someone describes as a howling good read The memoir follows the ups and downs of a trainee nurse during the 1970s It is written with humour and candour but also a great deal of compassionThe book follows the author's experiences as she and her friends.

report epub issue pdf Report an free Report an issue PDF/EPUBAbout a year I really gave up when my laptop met with an accident and I lost five chapters that could not be recovered At that point I did give up and it wasn't until I broke my foot at work and had to take some time off that I found myself with too much time on my hands as I was unable to drive I found the old file with the original chapters and started again finishing the book in six weeks The rest is historyWho would enjoy this book?Anyone who likes human interest stories and hospital dramasHumorous candid and compassionate One of the best books in its genre out thereDawn had no idea what she wanted to do with her life but a set of circumstances collide that see her attending an interview for nurse training in 1977 There follows what someone describes as a howling good read The memoir follows the ups and downs of a trainee nurse during the 1970s It is written with humour and candour but also a great deal of compassionThe book follows the author's experiences as she and her friends come to terms with the non stop hustle and bustle of hospital life As you are drawn into the book you will be introduced to many unforgettable patients' and their stories while getting to know a cracking good storyteller when you follow her onto the hospital wards Dawn shares the discipline laughter and inevitable sadness as she learns to cope with the strains of shift work It also highlights the domineering presence of the Ward Sister during that era 'The Sister called to me 'Nurse Brookes set up a trolley for a lumbar puncture''I have never set up a trolley for a lumbar puncture Sister''WELL LEARN' She shouted and stormed of up the wardThe chapters are separated into ward placements and the experiences of caring for patients in each of these different environments draws you in and helps you to understand what the student nurses' went through during their trainingThe most challenging placements are shared with humour and understanding acknowledging her weaknesses remembershe writes she is still a teenager coming across daily what most people will not experience in a lifetime As well as providing an insight into nurse training Hurry up Nurseis a warmly written medical biography that treats us to a glimpse into the social history of life in the 1970s and early 1980s This funny Humorous candid and compassionate One of the best books in its genre out thereDawn had no idea what she wanted to do with her life but a set of circumstances collide that see her attending an interview for nurse training in 1977 There follows what someone describes as a howling good read The memoir follows the ups and downs of a trainee nurse during the 1970s It is written with humour and candour but also a great deal of compassionThe book follows the author's experiences as she and her friends.

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