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Community College Faculty Review: Nursing Novellas

As a Registered Nurse for 28 years, I have learned to keep reading to make sure I am current in the profession. This involves using not only educational resources related to my teaching duties at a Community College, but also keeping current with my own continuing education requirements for licensure.

I had seen an advertisement for Nursing Novellas: books that promised to not only give educational credit, but provide a new, fun way to review professional issues.

Once I started with each of the two Novellas, I could not stop the reading. I found myself remembering similar issues that I had dealt with throughout my career. I could place myself as each of the characters at times, and found that they sometimes had experiences similar to my own.

The vast experiences in a nursing career give you joys and sorrows beyond measure. After completing and sending in for education credit, I could not get the books off my mind. I saw them as a future “pearl in the sand” and envisioned using them as a teaching resource. At Richmond Community College in Hamlet NC, I am priviledged to be a part of the Faculty of the Medical Assistant Program. We teach a specific course in professionalism, and boundaries we need to have with patients and families as well as in the work setting. In the Nursing Novellas series, I had found two new texts to use. Lions and Tigers and Nurses and Broken Heart will be our resource books for the Fall 2010 course.

What a wonderful way for me to remember the past, and a wonderful tool to teach rising health care professionals of the future. Special things come in small, precious packages sometimes.

Jeanne Ray Hardee
Richmond Community College
Hamlet, NC



One Response to “Community College Faculty Review: Nursing Novellas”

  1. Kylie Batt says:

    Балин, вот это да…:(…

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