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review Ú The Language of Kindness A Nurse's Story á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Christie Watson spent twenty years as a nurse and in this intimate poignant and remarkably powerful book she opens the doors of the hospital and shares its secrets She takes us by her side down hospital corridors to visit the wards and meet her unforgettable patientsIn the neonatal unit premature babies fight for their lives hovering at the. Book Reviewed by Nia on wwwwhisperingstoriescomThis is a powerful and beautifully written book a heartfelt account about the practicalities of nursing and the toll it takes on the people who have chosen the careerI enjoyed the way this book was laid out first starting with Watson s decision to become a nurse and her training then mapping out nursing chronologically from working in maternity with young children in AE and then with end of life care She talks about the different personality types and skill sets needed in some of the specialities which shines a light on why some people work in the departments they do and thrive thereThe unexpected element of this book is how philosophical it is on the nature of kindness caring for others and the meaning of life and death It must be difficult to work with very ill children and not wonder about the nature of death but I think the author words it all perfectly There s a lot of short anecdotes about the theory of nursing from various sources and how it fits into the practical side of things how sometimes the best way to care for your patient is to hold their hand and listen to them talkThe writing style is very personable and you can really start to understand how nurses are the hearts of hospitals bringing dignity and kindness to strangers who are at their most vulnerable while all the while having to protect their own hearts from the terrible things they have to witness I know that I d never be able to be a nurse for that reason the energy needed to balance compassion and detachment successfully is immense Converging Cultures Art and Identity in Spanish America twenty years as a nurse and in The Last Starship from Earth this intimate poignant and remarkably powerful book she opens Train the Dog in Front of You the doors of Articles on Fictional Feral Children Including the hospital and shares its secrets She Domme by Default takes us by her side down hospital corridors Cry of the Falcon to visit Hellions the wards and meet her unforgettable patientsIn Mastering the Morse Code the neonatal unit premature babies fight for Escaping the Endless Adolescence their lives hovering at Our Batters Batand my Butt Gay Hardcore the. 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Another medical memoir this time told from a nurse rather than doctor s perspective this charts the nursing career of Christie Watson as she explores what it is to be a nurse in a struggling NHS I found the writing style uite dry in the beginning There s a lot of medical jargon that even as a fellow health professional I glossed over without truly understanding it and I found it uite hard going There s also a distinct like of heart at first The story s there the facts are too but there s no real intimacy with the author I found no emotional connection with her as the narrator as she tended to portray things in a very reserved and guarded manner without really revealing anything about her own personality other than showing she s compassionate This changes around the 200 page mark as she begins to regale her time working within PICU with extremely sick children and the mask starts to slip She portrays an empathy for these patients that is warm and compelling and she expresses a real concern regarding secondary traumatic stress in nurses after what they see and do on a daily basis in these environments Some scenes that are described are deeply harrowing and upsetting and it reminded me of some of the cases that I ve seen in my own career and perhaps triggered a thought process about how I cope personally I don t think anyone could say that nursing isn t a career founded on empathy and compassion The best nurse can intrinsically know what her patients need before they realise it themselves and support the family as well as the patient They re a sponge often siphoning bits of trauma and tragedy from their patients which can lead to their own high risk of depression and stress Christie Watson manages to explore this topic well in a highly empathetic manner that demonstrates just how precarious and precious career good nursing is It should be cherished nurtured and prioritised to enable our overly burden NHS to continue Councilling and talking about what goes on in hospitals just isn t the done thing but we need to instill this into our culture if we want to be able to survive the day to day costs of working for the NHS I know this is heavily nurse biased and I knew going in that little would be revealed regarding the roles of the wider health professions but I was still disappointed at the lack of effort to include these Specifically the chapter on oncology which seemed to gloss over the important role of the therapeutic radiographer entirely As a dying profession with recent announcements in the press regarding the closure of another university course in therapeutic radiography it should be every health care professionals duty to highlight these important careers and this failed to do so A slow start with some very distressing scenes that unfolds into an emotive story If there s one message I took from this it s that we all need to help each other The Great Zodiac Killer Hoax of 1969 the smell of smoke from Axure for Mobile Second Edition the house fire The emergency room is overcrowded as ever with waves of alcohol and drug addicted patients as well as patients like Betty a widow suffering chest pain frail and alone And Future on Fire the stories of The uiet Euphrates the geriatric ward Gladys and older patients like her show Modus operandi An excursion into detective fiction the plight of Ma Voix Est Un Saxophone the most vulnerable members of our socie. 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review Ú The Language of Kindness A Nurse's Story á PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Very edge of survival like tiny Emmanuel wrapped up in a sandwich bag On the cancer wards the nurses administer chemotherapy and long after the medicine stops working something important which Watson learns to recognize when her own father is dying of cancer In the pediatric intensive care unit the nurses wash the hair of a little girl to re. This advance reader copy was provided by Crown Publishing via NetGalleyThis book was written by a woman who became a nurse 20 years ago in the United Kingdom under the auspices of the NHS or National Health Service Working in the healthcare profession is about as real as you can get so as a lover of non fictionbiographies I was immediately drawn into this very frank memoir Nurseauthor Christie Watson takes us along on her very first day in training walking through the hospital hallways and corridors describing everything she sees and hears She trains in various tracks of nursing such as psychiatry surgical obstetrics pediatric ICU etc She has many memories and stories to share laden with a wide spectrum of emotions Some of the major takeaways I m left with are the followingJust being KIND is a HUGE part of nursing a patient being kind and HELPING Hence the title of this memoir The Language of Kindness A Nurse s StoryKindness and helping manifest themselves in many positive ways One illustrative example in the book is of an elderly helpless patient who moves her bowels all over herself and the bed Christie and the other nurses do not show on their faces or in their manner that they are repulsed by the stench or the situation Instead they calmly and cheerfully wash and redress this patient Once cleaned up the patient is so genuinely grateful and soothed by this compassionate careAnother example of kindness is how the nurses prepare a young female child who has drowned in her grandparents pool for viewing by the family They use hot water to wash the little girl so that she does not feel so cold to the touch As a final mark of compassion Christie uses bubble gum flavored toothpaste in the child s drawer to brush the girl s teeth then closes her eyes For other children who have passed the nurses employed other acts of kindness by cutting a lock of hair to save for the parents and even making a golden footprint as a mementoOver here in the United States nurses are paid well but Christie s account of working under the government controlled socialized medicine in England tells another story She struggles to make ends meet feels as though her profession is under appreciated and speaks of under staffed nursing stations This was a fascinating often riveting and uite touching account of a young woman s 20 year history working in the nursing profession


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  • Hardcover
  • 336
  • The Language of Kindness A Nurse's Story
  • Christie Watson
  • English
  • 10 July 2020
  • 9781524761639