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Nurse! Oh, Nurse!

Written by
Victoria Stirling

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176 pages, Paperback
ISBN: 9780888874344
$19.95 CA

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About the Book

If you are a nurse, health-care professional, or you have been a patient, Nurse! Oh, Nurse! will inspire, enlighten and entertain you. Its clinical settings are various, and portray the commitments, empathy and resolve needed to work in this unique profession. It covers the period of time when Victoria began her nursing career to her retirement. She talks about patients´ feelings and her own, as well as her peers, in relation to some of the many experiences they shared. Some of them will amuse, while others depict the struggles and sadness people go through when faced with an illness. This book is eye-opening, and a fun read.

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About the Author Victoria Stirling

Victoria Stirling was born and educated in England. She immigrated with her family to Canada in 1966. In the early 70´s she finally had an opportunity to follow her ambition to be a nurse, and was in practice for over two decades. On retiring she became a lay-preacher for the United Church of Canada.

She is a well-known published freelance writer, and author of the book From the Other Side of the Bed.

National Library of Canada Cataloguing in Publication Data
Stirling, Victoria, 1933-
   Nurse, oh, nurse! / Victoria Stirling.

ISBN 978-0-88887-434-4

1. Stirling, Victoria, 1933-. 2. Nurses--Canada--Biography.I. Title.

RT37.S77A3 2011   610.73092      C2011-906728-5

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