I would recommend this book to any reader interested in the development of health care
An excellent read after the first book , I can't fault it on any way, just wish there were more.
Very witty account of nursing in London in the eighties which appealed to me as I trained and lived at a London hospital.
Love this book gave a flavour of nursing in a time when I was nursing, I hope this isn't the last in the series.
About the Author
Dawn grew up in Leicester, England and moved to London in 1980 to undertake cardio-thoracic nurse training. From here, her career developed and spanned over thirty-nine years. Her first memoir Hurry up Nurse: memoirs of nurse training in the 1970s is set mainly in Leicester and the sequel follows her to London. Dawn holds a bachelor’s degree with honours and a Masters degree in education. Her career has taken her along many different paths, including midwifery and district nursing. In addition to her nursing career she has developed a property portfolio and is a successful landlady, she has also written some children’s books.