First Lessons in Bacteriology for Nurses (Classic Reprint): M. E. Morse
Claiming the Corner Office: Executive Leadership Lessons for Nurses:1. Auflage Connie Curran, Therese Fitzpatrick
First Lessons in Spoken French, for Doctors and Nurses (Classic Reprint): Ethel H. Wilkins
It´s easier for pharmacists to get their kids to take medicine, and in this audiobook, I explain why. It makes so much sense for a child to take their medicine, logically. But getting children to take their medicine by justifying it logically is doomed to failure. I´m a dad with three seven-year-old triplet daughters, and I bring you into my thought process when it´s time to give them medicine and how I bring them into the conversation - literally. At worst, you´ll learn a lot about the most common over-the-counter medicines and some of the most prescribed pediatric medicines. At best, you´ll work together so both your sick child and you can get some relief. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Lenz, Gary Furlong. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/144745/bk_acx0_144745_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Anne Watts grew up in a small village in north Wales in the 1940s. Inspired by school geography lessons that told of far-off lands, she broke out of the conventional options open to women in post-war Britain, defying her father’s dated views. She trained as a nurse and midwife, joined the Save the Children Fund and was posted to Vietnam in 1967.One of only three British nurses in the region, Anne witnessed the random cruelty of warfare, nursing injured and orphaned children and caring for wounded and dying servicemen. She went on to take her skills to the victims of Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge in Cambodia, to Lebanon during the Israeli occupation, and Saudi Arabia during Desert Storm. Over some 45 years Anne has brought her courage and compassion to those most in need of help. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nerys Hughes. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bbcw/004808/bk_bbcw_004808_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
I´m a healer, not a fighter. Yes, I avoid conflict at all costs. But don´t mistake my pacifism for weakness. I look death in the eye on a regular basis. I´m an RN in the ER - strong, assertive, and capable, with a potent array of sophisticated equipment and medications at my disposal. Exactly one week from the day of my mother´s funeral, an investigator from the Florida Department of Health shows up at the ER and informs me that I may be charged with a felony. Someone is making anonymous complaints that I´m practicing medicine beyond my scope of practice. I have no idea who or why! As the circle of suspects widens, I find it harder to tell where my once unfailing intuition ends and growing paranoia takes over. I repeatedly shove my personal struggles aside as I meet the needs of my patients. But I see them differently now and learn useful lessons from unlikely sources. My world changes in uncontrollable ways. Is it possible that my estranged boyfriend is the snitch? A trusted friend? The anonymous complaints keep coming. As the attacks become more dangerous, I wonder just how far my covert assailant will go to hurt me and how far I´ll go to defend myself when my attacker´s life is placed directly in my hands. Anonymous Complaint is inspired by actual events. This audio version is performed by a cast of 35 unique voice artists. Some scenes include location background sounds and music. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Allison V Chillingworth, Seven J Williams, Eva McDanial, Susan Wallace, Secole Boothe, Eric Duncan, Rob Hartford. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/108749/bk_acx0_108749_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
From an early age, I knew someday I would be a nurse...I looked for every opportunity I could find to practice my nursing skills. I even dreamed about it. After two years of candy striping, I had learned some valuable lessons about myself. Number one: I didn´t like to be around sick people. Number two: vomit made me vomit.At the age of 30, Janet Izzo decided to make her childhood dream a reality. Sure, she´d had some setbacks, but with the image of Florence Nightingale ever-present, she plowed forward, ignoring her family´s laughter, braving college courses with students nearly half her age, and balancing the roles of wife, mother, and student. Then it happened: she was finally a nurse. But the journey wasn´t over there; in fact, it was just beginning. In Hotel Hennepin: Nurses Can Make the Difference author Janet Izzo, RN shares the joys and struggles of being a nurse. Her dream of caring for mothers and their babies brought her to County Hospital, jokingly known as Hotel Hennepin, where she had the privilege of caring for hundreds of women. Janet tells their stories as only a nurse can, taking readers behind the scenes of this busy obstetric unit where new life begins and sometimes ends on the same day. You will laugh and you will cry as you read the dramatic real-life stories behind the doors of Hotel Hennepin, showing that nursing is more than just a job—it´s a passion. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Janet Izzo, RN. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tate/000528/bk_tate_000528_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Would you have the courage to restart your life - and give love a chance - in a completely different country? Vida Toujours has struggled all of her life, working hard for everything she´s ever earned, using her all-consuming job as a Chicago doctor to numb herself against the emptiness she carries inside. Overprotective of her heart, Vida pushes people away, and despite her loneliness, she´s made an art of remaining detached and disconnected. Then she receives an unexpected letter from France. An aunt that Vida never knew she had has died, willing Vida a chateau in the French countryside. What feels like an impossible dream is now Vida´s reality: She´s an heiress, and the last living member of a family legacy steeped in secrets. When Vida arrives at the chateau, there are more surprises in store for her. She could never have predicted the effect that Renee Chanson, the fiery and captivating woman she meets at the chateau, would have upon her. And she could never have imagined how the decades-old mystery of her family´s past would, at last, unfold. Can Vida learn to trust and open her stubborn heart to the possibility of a French romance? Or will she make the same mistakes her mother made and let the love of her life run away from her, leaving her to nurse a permanent broken heart? French Lessons is a poignant, passionate novel about coming to terms with the past and learning to love; a tender romance to curl up with. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Stephanie Murphy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/059016/bk_acx0_059016_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Joseph Michelli, author of The Starbucks Experience and The New Gold Standard, is among the world´s top authorities on the principles of creating an organizational culture dedicated to service excellence. In these best-selling books, he examines how leading service companies dominate their respective industries with innovative customer experience strategies. Now, Michelli turns his attention to one of the most complex, controversial, and critical industries - healthcare. In Prescription for Excellence, Michelli provides an inside look at an organization that has become the envy of its industry - and explains how you can dominate your own industry by using the same approach. UCLA Health System is revered worldwide for its top-tier patient/customer care. Great physicians, nurses, researchers, and staff are only part of the equation; UCLA´s overall success is a result of organization-wide collaboration that is driven by leaders with a shared vision of unyielding excellence. Michelli breaks down UCLA´s approach into five simple principles: Commit to Care Leave No Room for Error Make the Best Better Create the Future Service Serves Us From administrative offices to operating rooms to research centers, continued adherence to these five principles has guided UCLA to financial strength, social significance, and sustainability. The best part is that these principles translate to any industry, so you, too, can achieve similar goals. Michelli gives you the tools to adapt UCLA´s ideas, systems, and leadership principles into your own best practices. Whether it is a healthcare organization, a financial institution, or a neighborhood hair salon, good business begins and ends with customer connection. When all workers in an organization focus on providing quality care for those they serve, success inevitably follows. Business is always personal; 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tony Craine. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/graw/000102/bk_graw_000102_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.