Books about being a nurse

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Popular Nursing Books

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5 Excellent Books For Nurses By Nurses

In the field of nursing, as in most professions, it is incredibly important to stay current on industry information. From critical care to professional development, it is important to read frequently. However, there is so much information available that narrowing down which books are best to read or use for reference can be a rather daunting task. Below are the top 50 books that every nurse should read. The list is given in no particular order, as each book provides its own unique benefit. It was compiled mainly by speaking with nurses and consulting reviews of nurses who have actually read and utilized the books in their careers.

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Entertaining and inspiring, the eight non-fiction books below are recommended not only for nurses but also for anyone working in the healthcare industry. Real life accounts are stored in these books, depicting various angles of the Nursing profession.

Nursing is a tough job. If you are looking for a way to relieve stress and relax, here are 5 must-read books for nurses you need to check out. Containing heartwarming stories, the Chicken Soup for the Soul: Inspiration for Nurses can help remind you of your purpose. Its editor and co-author, LeAnn Thieman, has been a nurse for 36 years. Her familiarity with the profession gives her a first-hand feel of what nurses have to go through every day- burnout, stress and even compassion fatigue. The book is packed with experiences and emotions you might have experienced at some point in your career.

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. His new book, packed with humor, science, and a faith, is a must read!

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  1. When it comes to the field of nursing most people (nursing students included) focus on the technical and mechanical aspects of being a nurse, but few truly.

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  3. 5 days ago As summer winds to a close, your poolside reading list should be completed. ( Hopefully, nurses everywhere scheduled summer downtime to.

  4. This book dives into Barton's dedication to not only becoming a war nurse but doing so as a one-woman relief agency, surrogate mother, sister.

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