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Nursing Times launches book reviews

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Nursing Times has launched a book reviews section – where we will critique a management guidebook, research text, clinical manual or novel about nursing once a fortnight.

Whatever you like to read, we’ll have something for you bookworms.

Check out the first review online now – “Bread, Jam and a Borrowed Pram by Dot May Dunn”.

It’s a novel/memoir about a health visitor’s first job on the streets in the 1950s, and is a fascinating insight into how training, nursing and urban living have changed in the last 60 years. Definitely a must-read for every health visitor.

Check it out now and add your comments to our book reviewer’s write-up.

Want to review books for us or got a book you’d like us to review? Contact our book reviews editor

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Readers' comments (1)

  • George Kuchanny

    Most excellent idea NT. Once a fortnight sounds about right as well. Hopefully we will all get an email saying 'new review' as and when.

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