A Story of a Registered Psychiatric Nurse's Struggles with Bulimia and Mental Wellness by Andrea Parmar and Mick Parmar
Always seemingly happy and talkative, the author shares the darkest secrets of her sixteen-year battle with an eating disorder. Hiding her insecurities “behind the mask” of a seemingly perfect life, Andrea struggles to be present in the moment even ...
Living Every Moment by Mary Gatschene
This book is for everyone who has experienced the loss of a loved one, in the hopes that they have also experienced the joy and peace in living every moment at the end of life. The stories include happy moments in hospice that matter to those who ...
A Nurse's Journey Through Secondary Traumatic Stress by D.B. Wright
Side Effects is a memoir of a nurse’s journey through Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS) toward a renewed sense of physical, mental and spiritual well being. It provides an insider perspective on how STS can accumulate over time affecting both ...
Memoirs of a Retired Nurse by Annette B. Bryant
Both Sides of the Bed is the story of Annette Boyd Bryant, a career nurse who survived two battles with breast cancer and also fell victim to a stroke. This memoir is an account of her life and experiences, going from saving lives to considering ...
How Nurse Practitioners Are Changing The Canadian Health Care System by Claudia Mariano
No One Left Behind: How Nurse Practitioners Are Changing The Canadian Health Care System, is a collection of stories from NPs across Canada, sharing their most memorable experiences with patients, which clearly illustrate the critical role they play ...