Studies in Health, Illness, and Caregiving

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  1. Say Little, Do Much
    Nearly half a century before Florence Nightingale became a legendary figure for her pioneering work in the nursing trade, nursing nuns made significant but little-known accomplishments in the field.... Learn More
    Published: 22nd September 2003
    Paperback | £19.99
  2. The Friendship of Florence Nightingale and Mary Clare Moore
    Florence Nightingale is best known as a woman of action—a founder of modern nursing, a reformer in the field of public health, and a pioneer in the use of statistics. What is not generally appreciated is that Nightingale... Learn More
    Published: 22nd April 1999
    Hardback | £45.00
  3. Caregiving
    Looks not only at the financial, emotional, and physical demands of giving and receiving care but also at the strengths and rewards inherent in the world of caregiving.... Learn More
    Published: 1st September 1996
    Paperback | £23.99
  4. Suggestions for Thought by Florence Nightingale
    Calabria and Macrae provide the essence of Nightingale's spiritual philosophy by selecting and reorganizing her best-written treatments.... Learn More
    Published: 1st January 1994
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  5. Transcending AIDS
    This is a poignant study of fifty registered nurses who have chosen to specialize in the care of HIV-infected patients in New York City. The nurses explain how they and their patients come to terms with fear, anger, rejection,... Learn More
    Published: 1st December 1993
    Paperback | £23.99
  6. Bring Out Your Dead
    In 1793 a disastrous plague of yellow fever paralyzed Philadelphia, killing thousands of residents and bringing the nation's capital city to a standstill. In this psychological portrait of a city in terror, J. H. Powell presents... Learn More
    Published: 1st June 1993
    Paperback | £17.99
  7. There's Nobody There
    There's Nobody There is a study of family members who care for, and those suffering confusion caused by Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia. The authors describe the experience of caregivers, often the caregivers' own words,... Learn More
    Published: 1st January 1993
    Hardback | £66.00
  8. Bargaining for Life
    In Bargaining for Life, Barbara Bates documents the human story of tuberculosis by chronicling how men and women attempted to cope with the illness, get treatment, earn their living, and maintain social relationships.... Learn More
    Published: 1st March 1992
    Hardback | £50.00
  9. Women at War
    The story of fifty military nurses who served in Vietnam.... Learn More
    Published: 1st August 1990
    Paperback | £22.99
  10. Caring and Responsibility
    June S. Lowenberg examines the symbolic meanings underlying the larger holistic health movement, and locates those changes within the broad social and historical context. Her analysis helps us understand the strains, as well as... Learn More
    Published: 1st June 1989
    Hardback | £66.00
  11. Nurses' Work, The Sacred and The Profane
    Published: 1st April 1988
    Paperback | £20.99
  12. Clara Barton, Professional Angel
    In Clara Barton, Professional Angel, Elizabeth Brown Pryor presents a biography of Barton that strips away the heroic exterior and reveals a complex and often trying woman.... Learn More
    Published: 1st February 1988
    Paperback | £21.99