Flight Nurse Book Called Trauma Junkie - page 3
Hey all, I'm currently reading Trauma Junkie: Memoirs of an Emergency Flight Nurse by Janice Hudson. I'm loving it right now. I wanted to throw it out here as an option for learning more... Read More
0Mar 5, '13 by BackblastI've read both editions twice. Outstanding read! The big difference between the first and second edition are an extra chapter, some extra background info about how the book came to be in the first place. There is also a section in the back which reads like a "where are they now?".
0Mar 15, '13 by aspiringCNM15, ADN, RNI also read this book!! Great read!!!! I would definitely recommend it to any nurses out there!!
0Mar 20, '13 by exit96Just ordered it from Amazon. Bought another orange book call EMERGENCY...Can't wait to start reading it! I have not read for enjoyment in 5yrs I guess. (Usually read about medical 'need to know' stuff)
0Jun 30, '13 by operationflightnurseAir Medical Transport Teams can vary depending on location or place of employment. Some programs do more trauma, others more medical transports. Trauma Junkie focuses on the trauma portion of flight nursing.
I am a flight nurse practitioner and have spent the last few years documenting some of my more memorable transports (rotor-wing, fixed-wing, and mobile ICU).Last edit by Esme12 on Jul 27, '13 : Reason: TOS/solicitation