Nursing Against the Odds -- Who's reading it, or has read it? - page 3

I just started reading Susan Gordon's book Nursing Against the Odds. I'm wondering how many RN's and students are reading this, or have read it. I have to say that I'm impressed that she's very much... Read More

  1. by   smilin_gp
    I read this book and found it interesting. She does seem to be re-making points already made in "Life Support: Three Nurses on the Front Lines"
  2. by   pickledpepperRN
    We have discussed this book before.
    I hope you enjoy these threads:
    http://allnurses.com/forums/f8/new-b...ds-107529.html

    http://allnurses.com/forums/f8/jay-l...es-125054.html
  3. by   Stitchie
    Quote from Mave
    Another thing:

    Stitchie,
    Have you read Echo Heron's Critical Nursing? Now that book is an eye opener.
    Hi!

    Sorry I've been busy, but I'm going to order Echo Heron's book from Amazon.

    My other question: why can't I have a name like Echo Heron? How did I get stuck with Sharon Jean?
  4. by   ali_gator
    I read the book and found it very informative, but also rather depressing. I often wonder what I'm getting myself into, and if I can handle working in the volitile enviornment described in the book. This book just reinforced my worries. I really want to be a nurse, but quite frankly, I'm worried that I'm ill equiped to handle many of the problems that are deemed "just part of nursing."

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