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Are you a nurse who's just had "one of those days" and you need a laugh?
To be a nurse you have to have a certain sense of humour. We eagerly do what most people never could, and come back for more the next day. So sometimes we have let off some steam and swap stories.
Are you a nursing student wondering what you've gotten yourself into?
If you're busy coping with your examinations, NCLEX and huge textbooks full of anatomy and physiology... If your mind is full of care plans, study guides, wound care and sharpening up your clinical skills... Take a break with this humorous book full of stories about what REALLY happens when you graduate and walk through those hospital doors and into a job on a ward.
‘Real stories from real nurses.'
This collection of nursing humor - gathered from real nurses the world over - will have you nodding in recognition and laughing out loud. It will help you let off some steam and reconnect with the 'delightfully absurd craziness' that is our profession sometimes.
’The best quotes and stories from the first six issues of Wellbeing for Nurses Magazine'
Every month, Wellbeing for Nurses Magazine has a section called 'You Gotta Laugh or You'll Cry' where nurses from around the world send in stories where they've said the wrong thing, where things have all gone pear shaped, patients have done something hilarious, or they've ended up covered in all kinds of fluid. These quotes and stories are the best of those sent in to Wellbeing for Nurses Magazine, which is published in over 150 countries around the globe.
'Nurses are always busy.'
Sadly the average nurse or student nurse rarely has time to sit down with a nice, quiet cuppa (or a glass of red!) and read anything, let alone books on nursing. So unlike the massive medical books you had to lug to nursing school, this book is in short, easy to read snippets so you can dip in and dip out when you're on the bus or train, or you squeeze in a break. It's a five minute de-stress break made incredibly easy.
‘About The Authors'
Allie Wilson is an ER nurse turned Author and editor of Wellbeing for Nurses Magazine, and her hubby, Marty Wilson is a Pharmacist turned Stand Up Comic turned Author. They live in Sydney, Australia with their three boys.