The Nurse’s Story The Real Experience of Nursing. What they won’t tell you in Nursing School.

What feelings are normal? What do you do the first time a patient dies on you? What if you make a mistake with meds?  What do you do if you think the doctor is doing harm?  

The Nurse’s Story is a unique account of Teri Daley – a nurse like you, a young nurse with idealism and the real need to help others.  But what happens when she experiences the reality of nursing?

In this book, you will discover the stories that put the nurse in situations that can be used as suggestions for action or cautionary tales.

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In This Book You Will Discover…

The stories and experiences that will help you prepare for and deal with the stressful, demanding and fulfilling journey as a nurse

Strategies that you need to help you cope and defend yourself in this tough industry.

Answers on how to deal with the greatest professional hazard: Burnout.

Check Out What Other People Are Saying About
The Nurse’s Story

A shattering, exhilarating book. A tribute to human dignity and courage.

Mario Puzo

Author of "The Godfather"

Gritty and honest. It has a fierce compassion.

Martha Lear

Author of "Heart Sounds"

A touching work, highly recommended for nursing, medical, and health sciences libraries…

Library Journal

Carol Gino has written a wonderfully moving book. She tells The Nurse’s Story with just the right blend of emotion, compassion and wisdom.

Harold S Kushner

Author of "When Bad Things Happen To Good People"

Riveting, wrenching. Few nurses have experienced the range of cases this dedicate nurse describes: cancer, burn unit, emergency room, birth, brain damage…The writer is a vigorous, optimistic, caring woman. And she exudes frankness…

Los Angeles Times

A must read for every RN!
Karen Henchey

About the Author

Carol Gino

Nurse, Author, Coach

Carol GinoCarol Gino is a registered nurse with an M.A. in Transpersonal Psychology and whose long career has included experience in almost every area of healthcare, from critical care nursing to hospice to teaching.

The Nurse’s Story was her first book, and her articles have appeared in New York Magazine, Nursing, American Journal of Nursing, and The Chicago Tribune. Carol has completed several cross-country media tours advocating for patient rights and to change the image of Nursing.

Several book clubs featured The Nurse’s Story and it has been published in over 9 foreign countries.

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