Stories from the Tenth-Floor Clinic

 Stories from the Tenth-Floor Clinic

A Nurse Practitioner Remembers

Marianna Crane


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KEY SELLING POINTS: • There are 3.1 million registered nurses in the US. • Nurse Practitioners are filling more roles in medical care facilities today in order to address the current physician shortage. • Audiences enjoy stories about nursing practice, e.g., Call the Midwife. • This book speaks to the 10,000 baby boomers who are turning 65 every day and are concerned with available health care, safe affordable housing, and the shortage of physicians in primary care. • Stories from the Tenth-Floor Clinic can be used in nursing school programs as supplemental reading. AUDIENCE: • Readers who enjoy delving into human-interest stories in a health care setting • Nurses seeking to advance their education and expand their practice • Nursing students and nursing school faculty • Baby boomers, especially women, caring for an aging family member • Health care professionals interested in gerontology • Chicago aficionados • Staff and supporters of Erie Family Health Center specifically, and other individuals or health professionals who work or are interested in community health centers