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Published March, 2013
By Anne Watts
Publisher: Windsor
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In the early 1960s, Anne Watts, a newly qualified nurse, set sail for Canada to work in the frozen north of the country, among the indigenous Inuit people. Anne later headed for Alice Springs in the Australian outback. In this book, she tells what it was like to be a nurse and midwife in Eskimo Point, Canada, and Alice Springs, Australia.

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Published November, 2012
By Evelyn Prentis
Publisher: Windsor
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Not only did the nurses have to cope with stray bombs and influxes of patients from as far away Dunkirk, but there were also RAF men stationed nearby - which caused considerable entertainment and disappointment. This title tells Evelyn's story.

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Published September, 2012
By Evelyn Prentis
Publisher: Windsor
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Desperate circumstances were something Evelyn Prentis had to get very used to when she began her life as a nurse. It was in 1934 that Evelyn left home for the first time to enrol as a trainee at a busy Nottingham hospital.

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Published August, 2012
By Agnes Light
Publisher: Windsor
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Presents a portrait of a thoughtful and compassionate midwife. Rich with period detail, this book traces her journey from squeamish pupil to assured professional.

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Published April, 2012
By John Lewis-Stempel
Publisher: Windsor
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Tells the story of James Herriot's formative years at veterinary college in Glasgow in the 1930s.

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Published May, 2011
By Jennifer Craig
Publisher: Windsor
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Based on the author's own experiences, this is the story of one young nurse who enters training in 1952 and eventually progresses to become ward sister.

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Published December, 2010
By Anne Watts
Publisher: Windsor
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Anne Watts grew up in a village in north Wales in the 1940s. She trained as a nurse and midwife, joined the Save the Children Fund and was posted to Vietnam in 1967. Here, Anne was faced with a vision of hell that her training couldn't prepare her for.

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