This amazing book describes the final leg of the author’s nurse training where she works in ‘yet another hospital in yet another town’.
Following a three month trip to Asia, Dawn arrives back in England to find herself homeless before embarking on a two-year conversion course in order to fulfil her dream of being a Registered Nurse.
The circuitous route to her end goal means she has bags of experience, but this is all but ignored as she joins a group of younger second-years to find herself the new girl once again. Armed with motorcycle and crash helmet she embarks on her new adventures.
Back on the wards she meets a delightful array of patients and a fair share of dragons among qualified nurses.
Her community encounters with the rally driving sister whose driving instruction clearly didn’t include working through the gears, and GPs who refuse to speak to each other will make you laugh out loud!
As with the two previous books you will laugh and most likely cry as you turn into a fly on the wall and join this amusing but dedicated nurse once more.
This book brings an end to the Hurry up Nurse series following the author through her training but there is a community nursing book to come in the future.
‘Another amazing book by a truly talented author.’