Frontline Nurses On DutyFrontline Nurses On Duty



ALSO BY HOLLY GREEN Workhouse series: Workhouse Orphans Workhouse Angel Workhouse Nightingale Frontline Nurses series: Frontline Nurses Frontline Nurses on Duty Secrets of the Frontline Nurses I should like to thank my husband David for ...

Author: Holly Green

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781785039591

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Can they do their bit for the war effort? A gripping historical saga based on a true story, following wartime nurses during the First World War. Perfect for fans of Lizzie Page’s The War Nurses, Donna Douglas’s The Nightingale Nurses and Margaret Dickinson’s The Poppy Girls. When war is declared in 1914, Leonora Malham Brown and her best friend Victoria, head to Calais to volunteer with the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry. But Leonora is torn between doing her duty and love. Determined to see her sweetheart, Colonel Malkovic, again she soon decides to return to the Front. Leonora quickly loses hope of ever finding Sasha as she gets caught up in the chaos of the battlefields. Finding herself alone and in danger, she must use all her nursing training if she is to return home safely... A moving emotional wartime saga about brave nurses on the battlefield, based on an amazing true story. ________________________________ Make sure you've read all the books in the Frontline Nurses series: 1. Frontline Nurses 2. Frontline Nurses On Duty 3. Secrets of the Frontline Nurses And don't miss Holly Green's new series set in a Liverpool Workhouse: 1. Workhouse Orphans 2. Workhouse Angel 3. Workhouse Nightingale 4. Workhouse Girl

Frontline NursesFrontline Nurses



ALSO BY HOLLY GREEN Workhouse series: Workhouse Orphans Workhouse Angel Workhouse Nightingale Frontline Nurses series: Frontline Nurses Frontline Nurses On Duty Secrets of the Frontline Nurses HOLLY GREEN Frontline Nurses I am grateful ...

Author: Holly Green

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781473560536

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Page: 400

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Can she follow her heart while doing her duty? A heartwarming saga following nurses during the First World War. Perfect for fans of Donna Douglas's A Nightingale Christmas Promise, Lizzie Page's The War Nurses and Margaret Dickinson's The Poppy Girls. After training with the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry, Leonora Malham Brown sets off to Europe with her new friend, Victoria, determined to do her bit for the war effort. The battlefield is a difficult place for a woman so Leonora cuts her hair short and swaps her skirts for trousers in order to better cope with the demanding duties of a frontline nurse. But concealing her true identity becomes more complicated when she meets the dashing Colonel Malkovic. Torn between keeping her secret and their blossoming friendship, Leonora must choose between her duty and her heart... A moving emotional wartime saga about brave nurses on the battlefield, based on an amazing true story. ________________________________ Make sure you've read all the books in the Frontline Nurses series: 1. Frontline Nurses 2. Frontline Nurses On Duty 3. Secrets of the Frontline Nurses And don't miss Holly Green's new series set in a Liverpool Workhouse: 1. Workhouse Orphans 2. Workhouse Angel 3. Workhouse Nightingale 4. Workhouse Girl

Secrets of the Frontline NursesSecrets of the Frontline Nurses



ALSO BY HOLLY GREEN Workhouse series: Workhouse Orphans Workhouse Angel Workhouse Nightingale Frontline Nurses series: Frontline Nurses Frontline Nurses on Duty Secrets of the Frontline Nurses I am indebted to Lynette Beardwood, ...

Author: Holly Green

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781473560543

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Page: 320

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When war comes, friendship will see them through the tough times As the First World War rages on, Leonora has been separated from best friend Victoria as they both do their bit for the war effort by volunteering for the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry. Despite the hardships of war, Leonora is delighted to be reunited with her sweetheart Colonel Malkovic. But her happiness is short-lived when she falls pregnant. When she finally plucks up the courage to tell him the news, tragedy strikes and he is reported missing in action. Leonora is forced to give birth on the battlefield and leave her baby behind, returning to England heartbroken and alone. In the toughest of times, she will need the support of her closest friends to get through. Can Leonora find happiness when the country is still at war? A moving emotional wartime saga about brave nurses on the battlefield, based on an amazing true story. ________________________________ Make sure you've read all the books in the Frontline Nurses series: 1. Frontline Nurses 2. Frontline Nurses On Duty 3. Secrets of the Frontline Nurses And don't miss Holly Green's new series set in a Liverpool Workhouse: 1. Workhouse Orphans 2. Workhouse Angel 3. Workhouse Nightingale 4. Workhouse Girl

Frontline Nurses on DutyFrontline Nurses on Duty



When war is declared in 1914, Leonora Malham Brown and her best friend Victoria, head to Calais to volunteer with the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry.

Author: Holly Green

Publisher: Ebury Press

ISBN: 178503958X

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Page: 384

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Can they do their bit for the war effort? A gripping historical saga based on a true story, following nurses during the First World War. Perfect for fans of Lizzie Page's The War Nurses, Donna Douglas's A Nightingale Christmas Promise and Margaret Dickinson's The Poppy Girls. When war is declared in 1914, Leonora Malham Brown and her best friend Victoria, head to Calais to volunteer with the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry. But Leonora is torn between doing her duty and love. Determined to see her sweetheart, Colonel Malkovic, again she soon decides to return to the Front. Leonora quickly loses hope of ever finding Sasha as she gets caught up in the chaos of the battlefields. Finding herself alone and in danger, she must use all her nursing training if she is to return home safely... A moving emotional wartime saga about brave nurses on the battlefield, based on an amazing true story. *Don't miss the final book in the series, Secrets of the Frontline Nurses, available now*

Transformational Tool Kit for Front Line Nurses An Issue of Nursing Clinics of North America Transformational Tool Kit for Front Line Nurses An Issue of Nursing Clinics of North America



Frontline nurses are charged with the ethical duty and responsibility to develop these skills. This article provides a toolkit of resources and clinical skills to develop safe, quality, and accountable care plans for positive patient ...

Author: Francisca Cisneros Farrar

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780323356831

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Page: 241

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Nurses are faced with unprecedented challenges and opportunities. Healthcare delivery models are transforming that require adaptive and flexible nurses. The primary role of the frontline nurse is providing patient care. To be successful in this role it requires numerous competencies supported by evidence-based data. Frontline bedside nurses are fundamental to the success of value-based care delivery models. These transformational models rely on robust nursing contributions for success. Most frontline nurses don't understand value-based care models and their role in promoting positive outcomes for reimbursement. This issue is a tool kit to empower our frontline nurses for challenges they are facing with transformations occurring at their bedside practice site. The articles will be a best practice handbook for frontline nurses by providing resources to develop clinical skills to provide safe, quality, and accountable patient care needed for new healthcare delivery models.

Workhouse GirlWorkhouse Girl



Also by Holly Green Workhouse series: Workhouse Orphans Workhouse Angel Workhouse Nightingale Frontline Nurses series: Frontline Nurses Frontline Nurses on Duty Secrets of the Frontline Nurses Chapter 1 Liverpool, October 1867 Patty ...

Author: Holly Green

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781473551107

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Page: 448

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Can she escape her past? Patty Jenkins has come a long way from her poverty-stricken days in Brownlow workhouse. She now has a coveted position in the kitchens at Freeman's Department store in Liverpool and even the prospect of advancement. For Patty has always enjoyed baking and her flair for it has caught the attention of the store owner who intends to have her create elaborate cakes and pastries to serve at afternoon tea to Freeman's clientele. But when you're a workhouse girl you can never quite forgive your past and when you've fallen on hard times before, you're always aware how easy it is to lose everything...

Nurses and COVID 19 Ethical Considerations in Pandemic CareNurses and COVID 19 Ethical Considerations in Pandemic Care



Kaiser Family Foundation with more than 1300 frontline healthcare workers from February through March 2021 found that 18% ... questioned clinicians' duty to care when a third of SARS cases occurred among healthcare professionals [30].

Author: Connie M. Ulrich

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030821135

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Page: 151

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This book addresses the many ethical issues and extraordinary risks that nurses and others are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic, which creates physical, emotional, and economic burdens, affecting nurses' overall health and well-being. Nurses are essential front-line clinicians across all health care settings and in every nation. The COVID-19 pandemic caused by the novel SARs-CoV-2 virus has affected children, adults, and communities within and across all societies. Nurses, too, have contracted the virus and died from the disease. They have also seen their colleagues, family members, and friends hospitalized or in intensive care units struggling to survive. Nursing’s professionalism and disciplinary resolve to care for patients and families amidst confusion, misinformation, and shifting guidelines has been called “heroic” by the public. How much risk should nurses be expected to accept during a pandemic? How do nurses help patients and families find comfort and dignity at the end-of-life? How do we help nurses who are suffering from moral distress and mental health concerns from what they have seen, been asked to do, or are unable to provide? And, how does society move forward from a pandemic that has challenged our basic ethical principles of justice and what is “fair, good and right” in caring for those who need care, including the most vulnerable and nurses themselves? This book addresses these and other ethical concerns that nurses are facing in their day-to-day clinical practice; experiences shared with patients, families, and colleagues. Although this book was written while the pandemic was still raging across the United States and globally, the events needed to be told as they were unfolding. This book helps us to learn from both the successes and failures that are affecting so many across the globe, including those on whom the public relies on to provide quality, compassionate, and expert care when they are sick: nurses.

Saints of the ImpossibleSaints of the Impossible



That the nurses ' task was to care for wounded bodies enhanced the project's spiritual value . ... of the frontline nurses , however , by bringing into play notions of duty and obligation , offered a structure within which Weil believed ...

Author: Alexander Irwin

Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

ISBN: 0816639035

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The transgressive writing of Georges Bataille (1897-1962) and the rigorous ethical philosophy of social activist and Christian mystic Simone Weil (1909-1943) seem to belong to different worlds. Yet in the political ferment of 1930s Paris, Bataille and Weil were intellectual adversaries who exerted a powerful fascination on each other. Saints of the Impossible provides the first in-depth comparison of Bataille's and Weil's thought, showing how an exploration of their relationship reveals new facets of the achievements of two of the twentieth century's leading intellectual figures and raises far-reaching questions about literary practice, politics, and religion. Book jacket.

Communication Emotions and Well Being in Emotionally Charged WorkersCommunication Emotions and Well Being in Emotionally Charged Workers



To explore the mediating role of socio-demographic features. Methods: Correlational cross-sectional research design was implied. A total of 500 on-duty male and female, frontline and non-frontline, nurses were included from five major ...

Author: Vicente Javier Prado-Gascó

Publisher: Frontiers Media SA

ISBN: 9782889749676

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Contemporary Nursing E BookContemporary Nursing E Book



But what about frontline nurses who routinely supervise others such as nursing assistants? Are these nurses acting exclusively on behalf of the company that employs them, or are they routinely carrying out their responsibilities as ...

Author: Barbara Cherry

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780323824293

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Page: 544

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