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Confessions Of A Male Nurse The Confessions Series

Author : Michael Alexander
ISBN : 9780007467044
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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From the people who brought you the bestselling Confessions of a GP.

Confessions Of A School Nurse The Confessions Series

Author : Michael Alexander
ISBN : 9780007586417
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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From the people who brought you the bestselling Confessions of a GP.

Confessions Of A Male Nurse

Author : Richard S. Ferri
ISBN : 156023296X
Genre : Fiction
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What's it like to be a male nurse in a woman-dominated profession? For Richard Steele it means incompetent administrators, drug-addicted doctors, whacked-out nursing staff, long gruelling hours and bizarre patients. Confessions of a Male Nurse takes you on a rollercoaster ride through the on and off-duty life of a gay male nurse in the early 80s before AIDS became omnipresent. A hilarious, touching, dark and comic novel that starts with the irreverent, anti-establishment hero's training and moves on through some of the wackiest adventures ever.

Confessions Of A Police Constable The Confessions Series

Author : Matt Delito
ISBN : 9780007497461
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Thieving ninjas, racist fast-food patrons, road traffic accidents, mischievous shoplifters, sudden deaths, car chases, and domestic violence – it’s all in a day’s work for London-based PC Matt Delito.

Confessions Of A Naughty Night Nurse A Secret Diary Series

Author : Lily Harlem
ISBN : 9780007513024
Genre : Fiction
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When scalpels are set down, the ward lights turned off and the patients asleep, there is always time for Mischief ... From Lily Harlem, co-author of ‘Anything For Him’, ‘Confessions of a Naughty Night Nurse’ is the perfect read for fans of E L James and Sylvia Day.

Man Up

Author : Christopher Lance Coleman
ISBN : 9781937554873
Genre : Medical
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Written by some of the most successful male leaders in nursing today, the author and contributors of Man Up! have chosen to defy the odds and pursue their passion for nursing care. Man Up! delivers expert advice, practical information, and a formula for success for students and male nurses at all levels. This guide will enhance the likelihood of a successful career in clinical practice or academic nursing.

Further Confessions Of A Gp The Confessions Series

Author : Benjamin Daniels
ISBN : 9780007458240
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Benjamin Daniels is back. He may be older, wiser and more experienced, but his patients are no less outrageous.

Confessions Of An Economic Hit Man

Author : John Perkins
ISBN : 1576755126
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Perkins, a former chief economist at a Boston strategic-consulting firm, confesses he was an "economic hit man" for 10 years, helping U.S. intelligence agencies and multinationals cajole and blackmail foreign leaders into serving U.S. foreign policy and awarding lucrative contracts to American business.

The Confessions Of Lady Nij

Author : Nakanoin Masatada no Musume
ISBN : 0804709300
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In about 1307 a remarkable woman in Japan sat down to complete the story of her life. The result was an autobiographical narrative, a tale of thirty-six years (1271-1306) in the life of Lady Nijo, starting when she became the concubine of a retired emperor in Kyoto at the age of fourteen and ending, several love affairs later, with an account of her new life as a wandering Buddhist nun. Through the vagaries of history, however, the glory of Lady Nijo's story has taken six and half centuries to arrive. The Confessions of Lady Nijo or Towazugatari in Japanese, was not widely circulated after it was written, perhaps because of the dynastic quarrel that soon split the imperial family, or perhaps because of Lady Nijo's intimate portrait of a very human emperor. Whatever the cause, the book was neglected, then forgotten completely, and only a single manuscript survived. This was finally discovered in 1940, but would not be published until after World War II in 1950. This translation and its annotations draw on multiple Japanese editions, but borrow most heavily from the interpretations offered by Tsugita Kasumi.

Nobody S Home

Author : Thomas Edward Gass
ISBN : 080147261X
Genre : Medical
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"At present nursing homes are designed . . . like outmoded zoos. Residents are kept in small rooms, emotionally isolated. Occasionally they are visited by family members who reach through the bars and offer them treats. Aides keep their bodies clean and presentable. . . . America invests huge amounts of money to maintain the body while leaving the person to languish, cut off from all they love."—From Nobody's Home After caring for his mother at the end of her life, Thomas Edward Gass felt drawn to serve the elderly. He took a job as a nursing home aide but was not prepared for the reality that he found at his new place of employment, a for-profit long-term-care facility. In a book that is by turns chilling and graphic, poignant and funny, Gass describes America's system of warehousing its oldest citizens. Gass brings the reader into the sterile home with its flat metal roof and concrete block walls. Like an industrial park complex, it is clean, efficient, and functional. He is blunt about the institution's goal: keep those faint hearts pumping and the life savings and Medicaid dollars rolling in. With 130 beds in the facility, the owner grosses about three million dollars annually. As a relatively well-paid aide, Gass made $6.90 an hour. Seventeen of the twenty-six residents on Gass's hall were incontinent, and much of his initiation to the work was learning to care for them in the most intimate ways. One of the many challenges was the limited time that he had available for each of his charges—17.3 minutes per day by his calculation. Even as he learned to ignore all but the most pressing demands of the residents, he discovered the remarkable lengths to which aides and their patients will go to relieve the constant ache of loneliness at the nursing home. With Americans living longer than ever before, elder care is among the fastest growing occupations. This book makes clear that there is a systemic conflict between profit and extent of care. Instead of controlling costs and maximizing profits, what if long-term care focused on our basic need to lead meaningful and connected lives until our deaths? What if staff members dropped the feigned hope of forestalling the inevitable and concentrated on making their charges comfortable and respected? These and other questions raised by this powerful book will cause Americans to rethink how nursing homes are run, staffed, and financed—as well as the circumstances under which we hope to meet our end.

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