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Nurses Never Run: A Student Nurse in Cambridge 1967-1970

Nurses Never Run: A Student Nurse in Cambridge 1967-1970 (Paperback)

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Sharing her letters written at the time, Nurse Walker invites us to experience her training as a student nurse at Addenbrooke's Hospital, and the fun she had living in Cambridge. Meet her friends, face her fears and heartbreak, her joys and frustrations, and learn about the patients she will never forget.This honest and candid autobiography brings the caring vocation of nursing in the 1960s vividly back to life.

BiographyDiaries, letters & journalsBiographyMemoirsBiographyTrue storiesMedical & VeterinaryNursing & ancillary servicesNursing Publisher: SilverWood Books Ltd Publication Date: 09/10/2015 ISBN-13: 9781781324097  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Eileen Gershon is married to Peter and they have three grown up children and five grandchildren. Her family is the centre of her life. Every day she uses the skills she learnt whilst training as a nurse, including a strict policy of never running! She finds there is nothing that brings more satisfaction than caring for others and believes the more love you give the more you receive. She continues to work hard and play hard. She loves her home, the Scottish Highlands, beautiful clothes and champagne. She is a member of her local WI where she has been President many times. She has enjoyed years of tap dancing and she wishes she was better at playing the piano. Her favourite pastime is collecting friends.

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