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Sixty Years a Nurse电子书

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作       者:Mary Hazard

出  版  社:Harper Element

出版时间:2015-04-09

字       数:34.0万

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When 18-year-old Mary Hazard touched down in post-war Putney to begin her nurse’s training, she could never have known that it was the beginning of a colourful career that would still be going 60 years later – one of the longest ever serving NHS nurses. For Mary, raised in a strict convent in rural south Ireland, working in her first London hospital was a shocking and life-changing experience. Against a backdrop of ongoing rationing and poverty, she saw for the first time the horrors of disease, the heart-breaking outcomes of failed abortions – and faced the genuine shock of seeing a man naked for the first time! 60 Years a Nurse follows the dramas and emotions as Mary found her feet during those early years. From the firm friends she made under the ever-watchful gaze of Matron and the sisters, to the eclectic mix of Londoners she strove to care for; the Teddy Boys she danced with and the freedom of living away from home; and her own burgeoning love story, as extraordinary as it was romantic – these are the funny and heartwarming moments that helped Mary to follow her dream.
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Title Page

Copyright

Dedication

Contents

Foreword

Acknowledgements

1: Arriving from Ireland

2: Joining the Regiment

3: Settling In

4: Bring Out Your Dead

5: Yes, Matron; No, Sister

6: Of Lice and Men

7: Public Enema Number One

8: Letting My Hair Down

9: Tragic Love Story

10: Can’t Cook, Won’t Cook

11: Theatre Tales

12: TB Traumas

13: Carbolic, Drugs and TLC

14: Private Rooms and Community Life

15: Kidnapped

16: Reader, I Married Him … and Carried On Working for the Next Sixty Years …

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