Chicken Soup for the Nurse's Soul: 101 Stories to Celebrate, Honor, and Inspire the Nursing Profession
Health Communications, 2001 - Self-Help - 361 pages
"These stories cannot help but touch the hearts and souls of all who read it, nurses or not. The authors have done nursing a wonderful service by bringing to light the touching, funny, heartfelt anecdotes shared by those at the bedside."
-Sally Russell, M.N., R.N. , Educational DirectorAcademy of Medical Surgical Nurses
This collection of true stories champions the daily contributions, commitments and sacrifices of nurses and portrays the compassion, intellect and wit necessary to meet the challenging demands of the profession.
Stories from student nurses recall why they entered the profession; stories from seasoned nurses reveal why they stay, and some stories reflect on the "good old days." Most important, as every fan of the series knows, each story shares hope for the future.
Regardless of age or area of practice, health-care workers the world over will find their own hearts and souls in these stories as they discover the universality of what they do-and the power of their skillful hands and devoted hearts.
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Review: Chicken Soup for the Nurse's Soul: 101 Stories to Celebrate, Honor, and Inspire the Nursing Profession (Chicken Soup for the Soul (Paperback Health Communications))User Review - Jessica - Goodreads
I truly love this Book. As I am a new Nurse I find this book both motivating and inspirational. I even found myself relating to the Nurses during some of the stories. I love, love, love this book and I'm moving on to the second dose of Chicken Soup for the Nurse's Soul!! Read full review
Review: Chicken Soup for the Nurse's Soul: 101 Stories to Celebrate, Honor, and Inspire the Nursing Profession (Chicken Soup for the Soul (Paperback Health Communications))User Review - Jyotirmayi - Goodreads
This book took me on a fortnights journey.... i laughed, wept, cried out in joy with it as it told me one beautiful heart rendering story after another. I lived with the patients, felt their pain ... Read full review