#BookReview: If You Knew Her by Emily Elgar @emily_elgar @weiss_squad

But here we are, day in, day out with our patients, their families; we see it all.  Nurses are like hospital furniture. Everyone else constantly moves, the Ists get promoted, patients go home or die but we stay, steadfast, waiting to be sat on, leant on, perhaps kicked about a bit. Alice is a compassionate … Continue reading #BookReview: If You Knew Her by Emily Elgar @emily_elgar @weiss_squad

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Book review: The First to Say No by Charles C. Anderson (9781432791018)

"Nobody wants to make any moral judgments.  We pay for everything with no one looking at the harm we are doing.  No one is willing to admit that we can't afford to pay for everybody's self-destructive behavior.  Somebody must prioritize and someone must say no.  Our country is already technically bankrupt." Dr. Katherine (Kate) Taylor … Continue reading Book review: The First to Say No by Charles C. Anderson (9781432791018)

Book review: Capitol Reflections by Jonathan Javitt (098160871X)

I'm not a big fan of political thrillers, but I really enjoyed this book. What's killing people across America? Dr. Gwen Maulder wants to find out after her best friend has a seizure in the courtroom right before trying a case. It's an adventure that takes you from the FDA, to Hawaii, to the political … Continue reading Book review: Capitol Reflections by Jonathan Javitt (098160871X)