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
Jan 5, '06I 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"
Jan 5, '06We have discussed this book before.
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Jan 14, '06Quote from MaveHi!Another thing:
Have you read Echo Heron's Critical Nursing? Now that book is an eye opener.
Sorry I've been busy, but I'm going to order Echo Heron's book from .
My other question: why can't I have a name like Echo Heron? How did I get stuck with Sharon Jean?
Jan 14, '06I 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."