Nurses on the Run~Why They Come, Why They Stay shares our stories—the stories of nurses—about birth and death, about victories and regrets, about frustrations and hope, about who we were, and who we have become. Nurses on the Run is edited by Karen Buley, a registered nurse for thirty-seven years. It is a blend of registered nurses’ voices young and old, new and veteran, men and women, American-born and foreign-born, hospital employed, community employed, and even prison employed.
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About Karen Buley


Karen Buley, RN, BSN has been a nurse for thirty-seven years. She has worked in hospitals, in a physicians' office, for the American Red Cross, and she taught Lamaze classes for sixteen years.
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Excerpt from the Book

Working night shift in OB, it wasn’t unusual to field phone calls from worried parents about their newborns. Margaret, a recent graduate nurse, answered the phone in our Obstetrics Department early one morning. Read more






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ISBN: 9781608443369
156 pages
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