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5 Books Nurses Should Read Before Graduation
Not all of them are healthcare-focused, but each is a testament to the difficult-yet-fulfilling career that is nursing. Technology and the digitization of healthcare has been both helpful and harmful to those in medicine. More and more people are complaining of disparate, inaccurate records and inattentive healthcare professionals, leading to growing distrust between patient and provider. Author Dr. Nursing Leadership from the Outside In. By collecting insights from leaders in other disciplines ranging from philanthropy to academia to healthcare to government , editors Greer Glazer and Joyce J.
A variety of books were released in that highlight the scientific, psychological, and personal aspects of nursing that make this field so unique. Whether you are looking to advance your clinical knowledge or renew your sense of motivation, these nursing books can help set your professional direction for the upcoming year. Taking the time to read just one of these books may bring you new insights, a moment to laugh, or inspiration to try new techniques and interventions with your patients. Any nurse will probably tell you that the nursing profession has thrown them some curveballs. While there is no way to prepare for every situation, British nurse-turned-author Allie Wilson gathered real-life stories from nurses around the world for compilation in this heartwarming and comical book. In this book, nurses provide their own narratives of the many nursing firsts — first sticks, first births, and first deaths — and they offer honest perspectives on what keeps them coming back for more. Their candid stories reflect the joys and struggles of nursing and tackle burnout, bureaucracy, and what it takes to care for others with empathy and professionalism.
Reading is one of the most effective and enjoyable ways to do this. There are a countless number of nursing books on the Internet and in bookstores, which means you may feel overwhelmed. Keep in mind, these books are in no particular order or preference, and were independently researched only to benefit our readers. Inspired Nurse by Rich Bluni, RN This book by registered nurse Rich Bluni, is a thought-provoking workbook that is meant to keep readers inspired by their chosen career of nursing. Bluni, an inspirational speaker as well, utilizes spiritual stretches to help readers discover the many gifts that nursing brings, such as joy, wonder, gratitude and grief.
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