Oh Sh*t I Almost Killed You! | NurseConvoSchwartzbach Language: English Pages: Length: 9. Whether you're a new nurse or a veteran member of the clan, the nursing learning curve is a vast one. Part how-to-guide with a touch of memoir thrown in, take the time to laugh and cry with an author that says what everyone else in the field is thinking. Sonja M. No medical residents were harmed in the creation of this book.
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Oh Sh*t, I Almost Killed You!
Do no harm. Whether you're a new nurse or a veteran member of the clan, the nursing learning curve is a vast one. Part how-to-guide with a Read more. Hide more. If you have this book go ahead and post it here and your listing will appear for all students at your school who have classes requiring this specific book. Make sure to price the book competitively with the other options presented, so you have the best chance of selling your book.
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Cancel anytime. This collection of true narratives reflects the dynamism and diversity of nurses who provide the first vital line of patient care. Here, nurses remember their first "sticks", first births, and first deaths and reflect on what gets them though long, demanding shifts and keeps them in the profession. Like advice from a trusted friend, the Nursing School Thrive Guide shares proven tips and techniques to help you not just survive nursing school, but thrive! In this book you will get valuable advice that will help you get organized before school starts, master your schedule easily, and study in a way that maximizes time and sets you up for nursing school success.
The author, an American nurse five years out of nursing school, shares humorously and at times irreverently her thoughts and opinions intermingled with stories of her professional journey. Exposing the reader to nursing in its truest stripped down form at the coal face and the bedside is somewhat distressing, disappointing, enlightening and encouraging all at the same time. Nurse Schwartzbach light-heartedly provides heartfelt clarity to newbie nurses through hints, guidance and reflections on what real nursing is and points out that there are times when we all question our decision to take up nursing as our career pathway whatever stage of the journey we are on. Despite the book title there is very little use of profanity by the author and should not discourage those of us who are more easily offended from reading this nurses work. This book is a GEM!!!!! It is apparent that the experiences nurses face are the same across the globe whether the USA, Australia or New Zealand.