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Thursday, 21 May 2015

Healthcare Anecdotes

Calling all Healthcare Professionals – I want your stories.

I’m a nurse who also is a writer and I am currently collating funny, unusual and downright strange anecdotes from the wacky world of healthcare. I intend to put these anecdotes into a book tentatively called ‘A Pocket Full of Urine’ – my own story but the name will probably change. I’m interested in any aspects of healthcare – hospitals, community, nursing homes, and all type of staff, from hospital consultant to domestic, radiographer to receptionist.

If anyone has any stories that they’d like to share I would be honoured to include them in my book. All contributors will be credited if they wish. If you have a story to tell then I’m interested in listening.

I don’t want any real names of patients or staff, or places due to confidentiality and common courtesy.

I have a dedicated email address that I can be contacted with – hospitalstories1@gmail.com

I don’t need anything well written or full of drama and wit – just the general gist or basic story will suffice.

I’m grateful in advance and please don’t forget to share this post to get it out to as many people as possible.
Thanks, Nick Burrill RGN BSc (Hons), also the author of ‘NRPD: The Mean Streets’, ‘The Last Hand’ and ‘Dreamer’.