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24 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Law Library (Crown)
viii, 360 pages ; 25 cm
  • What it's really like to be a nurse : the joy and heartbreak of the "secret club"
  • Crossing doctor-nurse lines : how the sexy-nurse stereotype affects relationships with doctors and patients
  • Who protects the nurses? Taking care of people who punch you in the face
  • When nurses bully nurses : hierarchies, hazing, and why they eat their young
  • Burnt to a crisp : how nurses cope-and why some crack
  • The stepford nurse : how hospitals game the system for patient "satisfaction"
  • The code of silence : painkillers, gossip, and other temptations
  • Don't get sick in July : nurses' secrets-what patients need to know about their hospitals and their health
  • What makes a hero : why nurses do what they do
  • What you can do : advice and inspiration for the public, patients, families, nurses, aspiring nurses, managers, and others.
Nursing is more than a career; it is a calling, and one of the most important, fascinating, and dangerous professions in the world. As the frontline responders battling traumas, illnesses, and aggression from surprising sources, nurses are remarkable. Yet contemporary literature largely neglects them. In "THE NURSES, " "New York Times" bestselling author and award-winning journalist Alexandra Robbins peers behind the staff-only door to write a lively, fast-paced story and a riveting work of investigative journalism. Robbins followed real-life nurses in four hospitals and interviewed hundreds of others in a captivating book filled with joy and violence, miracles and heartbreak, dark humor and narrow victories, gripping drama and unsung heroism. Alexandra Robbins creates sympathetic, engaging characters while diving deep into their world of controlled chaos the hazing ( nurses eat their young ); sex (not exactly like on TV, but it happens more often than you think); painkiller addiction (disproportionately a problem among the best and brightest); and bullying (by doctors, patients, and others). The result is a page-turner possessing all the twists and turns of a brilliantly told narrative and a shocking, unvarnished examination of our healthcare system. "THE NURSES" is a must-read both for the general public, who will learn hospital secrets that could save their own or a loved one s life, and for nurses, who will proudly share the book as a rallying cry for support and celebration.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780761171713 20160618
Law Library (Crown)
271 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Hitting the bone / Eddie Lueken
  • The haunting / Thomas Schwarz
  • Becoming a nurse / Laura DeVaney
  • Next of kin / Josephine Ensign
  • Healing Wang Jie's bottom / L. Darby-Zhao
  • Zeitgeber / Denise Elliott
  • A long night's journey into the day / Theresa Brown
  • Don't every forget me / Christopher Lance Coleman
  • Heart lessons / Diane Kraynak
  • Docking in togo / Jennifer Binger, as told to Ann Swindell
  • I see you / Tilda Shalof
  • Listening and other lifesaving measures / Karla Theilen
  • Careening toward reunion / Nina Gaby
  • Nurse Nora at nineteen / Nora Casper
  • Four sticks / Janice Dvorak
  • Messiah, not otherwise specified / Janet Gool
  • All alone and afraid : becoming a person through nursing / Anna Gersman
  • Individually identifiable / Pamela Baker
  • Approaching death / Kimberly A. Condon
  • The nurses whispered / Patricia A. Nugent
  • Becoming / Lori Mulvihill
  • All alone and afraid : becoming a person through nursing / Anna Gersman.
This collection of true narratives reflects the dynamism and diversity of nurses, who provide the first vital line of patient care. Here, nurses remember their first "sticks, " first births, and first deaths, and reflect on what gets them though long, demanding shifts, and keeps them in the profession. The stories reveal many voices from nurses at different stages of their careers: One nurse-in-training longs to be trusted with more "important" procedures, while another questions her ability to care for nursing home residents. An efficient young emergency room nurse finds his life and career irrevocably changed by a car accident. A nurse practitioner wonders whether she has violated professional boundaries in her care for a homeless man with AIDS, and a home care case manager is the sole attendee at a funeral for one of her patients. What connects these stories is the passion and strength of the writers, who struggle against burnout and bureaucracy to serve their patients with skill, empathy, and strength.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781937163129 20160612
Law Library (Crown)
24 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
xiv, 219 p. ; 24 cm.
  • The Law-- Malpractice-- Defences in Malpractice-- Standards of Nursing Care-- The Nurse at Risk for a Malpractice Lawsuit-- The Legal Process-- Surviving Notification of a Nursing Malpractice Lawsuit-- Preparing for and Surviving a Deposition and Trial-- Defensive Documentation-- The Medical Record as Evidence in Nursing Malpractice-- Legal Implications of Informed Consent-- Legal Implications of Advance Directives and No-Code Orders-- Malpractice Insurance-- The National Practitioner Data Bank-- Disciplinary Actions by State Boards of Nursing Under Nurse Practice Acts-- Roles of the Professional Nurse in the Legal Process-- Appendices.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780865692800 20160528
Students and professional nurses at any level of clinical practice will find this book to be a useful resource on the basic legal concepts and principles of malpractice, liability and risk management, and their implications for the profession. The book also provides detailed strategies for dealing with these issues. The content is also relevant to practitioners in all other health care and legal disciplines that collaborate in the delivery of health care. Issues discussed include the expanding and evolving roles for professional nurses and the concomitant legal accountability and risk for liability, the increasing incidence of nurses names as defendants in malpractice lawsuits, anticipated changes in our health care delivery system, and breakthroughs in science and technology that will present new legal questions. The book also includes material on other important facets of today's nursing practice, including the growing phenomenon of telenursing, the essentials of malpractice insurance, and the legal significance of documentation and patients' medical records. It helps the reader identify the nurse at risk for a malpractice suit and the characteristics of the patient likely to sue. The appendices provide information on state laws concerned with access to medical records, a list of useful websites, a list of state boards of nursing, and a glossary of important terms.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780865692800 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
xi, 508 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Ethics and Law. Ethics and Law of the Value of Doing Good (Beneficence). Ethics and Law Enforcing the Value: Don't Harm (Non-Maleficence). Ethics and Law of the Value of Autonomy (Freedom). Ethics and Law of the Value: Fairness (Justice). Value: Fidelity: Being True Through. Loyalty (Keeping Promises). Confidentiality (Keeping Secrets). Veracity (Telling Truth). Ethics and Law of the Value Life: A Time to Be Born. A Time to Die.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780721649917 20160528
This text integrates law and ethics in nursing. Ideal ethical behaviour is described for specific nursing values, as well as the minimum legal behaviour that should result, and the reality if it differs. The author discusses separate nursing behaviour in relationships with patients and non-patients. The text's emphasis on legal principles allows for quick and easy understanding, thus avoiding the need for nurses to get bogged down in the fine details of the law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780721649917 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
xii, 298 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
32 p. ; 28 cm
Law Library (Crown)

9. Time for dying [1968]

xiv, 270 p. 22 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
xviii, 400 p. 21 cm.
Law Library (Crown)