The Young Kiwi Nurse

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"An Extraordinary Life": The Young Kiwi Nurse (M: A New Book)

In getting to know each other, before her marriage, the young Kiwi nurse told her husband that she had worked at the Maida Vale hospital, near Lord’s cricket ground in London in the intensive care ward for some time. She had tended to patients with severe head injuries (not knowing too much about the specialized subject, other than the anatomy of the brain in her nursing training. Some had died and some had come out of their comas and after a while been transferred to other wards. But she nothing else about what happened to them subsequently- how their lives would unfold and the effects of the head trauma on their individual lives….

sounds like a good plot to develop, eh c???

IMAGINATION

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