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In Stitches (eBook)Nick Edwards
The true story of an A&E doctor that became a huge word-of-mouth hit - now revised and updated.
FROM THE PUBLISHER THAT BROUGHT YOU CONFESSIONS OF A GP.
Forget what you have seen on Casualty or Holby City, this is what it is really like to be working in A&E.
Dr Nick Edwards writes with shocking honesty about life as an A&E doctor. He lifts the lid on government targets that led to poor patient care. He reveals the level of alcohol-related injuries that often bring the service to a near standstill. He shows just how bloody hard it is to look after the people who turn up at the hospital door.
But he also shares the funny side - the unusual 'accidents' that result in with weird objects inserted in places they really should have ended up - and also the moving, tragic and heartbreaking.
It really is an unforgettable read.
First published in 2007 when The Friday Project was a small independent, In Stitches went on to sell over 15,000 copies in the UK, the majority of which have come in the years since then. It has proved to be a real word-of-mouth hit.
This new edition includes lots of additional material bringing Nick's story completely up to date including plenty more suprising, alarming, moving and unforgettable moments from behind the A&E curtain.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
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this book is a good read for those who have worked for the nhs, it could do with a few more chapters for a longer read! it made me giggle several times, as it sounds much like most a and e depts in the country!
“all NHS users and politicians should read this...”
I also work in the NHS so found this book amusing. It is reassuring to know it is not just my hospital that has these issues... very funny in places. easy to pick up and read.
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Some very funny chapters. Could do with fewer chapters complaining about the NHS and more real life stories!