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The Poetry of Nursing : Poems and Commentaries of Leading Nurse-Poets.

Author: Judy Schaefer
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Kent State University Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A gathering of nurse's voices"The fourteen major nurse poets here, born in different geographical locations and with different clinical backgrounds, have been poets since childhood. They all carry journals or bits of paper in their pockets, always ready to have-a-say about what they witness in their work or in their private lives .We pass the baton, shift to shift and generation to generation. I pass the baton to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Biography
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Poetry
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Judy Schaefer
ISBN: 9781612779928 1612779921
OCLC Number: 869286165
Description: 1 online resource (206 pages)
Contents: Halftitle Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Introduction: Judy Schaefer; Who Owns the Libretto?; Zona Pellucida; Mathematics; Jeanne Bryner; Coal Miner, Caples, WV, 1938; Siderails; In Praise of Hands; Early Farming Woman; Cortney Davis; The Nurse's Pockets; Heroics; The Good Nurse; Everything in Life Is Divided; How I'm Able to Love; Theodore Deppe; Admission, Children's Unit; For Don Corleone in Paradise; The Japanese Deer; Marisol; The Funeral March of Adolf Wölfi; Sandra Bishop Ebner; My Father's Violin; Size 8 Surgical Gloves; Daily Activity Log; If I Could Fly The CureAutopsy No. 24722; Motion and Time and Driving Alone; Amy Haddad; Dehiscence; Asking for Direction; Girding for Battle; Chemotherapy Lounge; Veneta Masson; What's There in Grandma's Diary; The Secret Life of Nurses; Metastasis; The Silence of Dollhood; La Muerte; Lianne Elizabeth Mercer; Benedición; Exiles; Temple Dog; Sunrise; Mary Jane Nealon; Human-Headed Bull below Empty Space; Rapture; The Priesthood; Who Dies of Thirst; Geri Rosenzweig; Crossing the Field; This Bach Cantata; Calypso's Bar; Prism; Flaxen God; Paula Sergi; Home Visits; On Switching from Nursing to English Four on a FoldLake de Neveu; Germination; Kelly Sievers; Holding On; I Dream Gene Kelly Is My Father; Rochester, Minnesota, 1965; Biopsy; In the House across the Street a Boy Is Playing a Horn; Outside the Hotel DeVille; Kathleen Walsh Spencer; Coffee for One; Sailor Explains Kissing the Nurse; At the 3 Car Wash; Army Nurses, Vietnam, 1966; Constance Studer; Dear Dr. Williams, Dear Poet; Hawk, Winter; Higher Learning; Rose; Anne Webster; The House on Bolton Road; Going Steady; True Colors; The Woman My Husband Should Have Married; Permissions and Acknowledgments

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A gathering of nurse's voices"The fourteen major nurse poets here, born in different geographical locations and with different clinical backgrounds, have been poets since childhood. They all carry journals or bits of paper in their pockets, always ready to have-a-say about what they witness in their work or in their private lives .We pass the baton, shift to shift and generation to generation. I pass the baton to the poets here and to all the others represented by this band of bards." from the IntroductionSo much written about literature and medicine has been from the perspective of physicians. But in the last few years nurses have found their voices and are making important contributions to the field of biomedical and nursing humanities. These men and women professionals see different things and experience patients and health care issues in different contexts. Judy Schaefer has compiled this anthology of contemporary nurse-poets' work, which is accompanied by their commentaries about their poetry, their work, and their lives. She has gathered contributions from some of the best-known nurse-poets as well as from those who deserve to be. The Poetry of Nursing will add significantly to the ever-growing body of literature that connects medicine, nursing, and the humanities.

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