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Peter Baida
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Goodman-Draper, Jacqueline, Health Care’s Forgotten Majority: Nurses and their Frayed White Collars, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1995.

Speaking to the dynamics of a healthcare debate that has historically overlooked the political and fiscal well-being of patients and front-line workers as part of its implicit strategy, this book deals with one important group that is most often overlooked: nurses. Although addressed to a professional audience, this study does foreground many of the same issues raised by Baida in “A Nurse’s Story” while at the same time exploring the nursing population as a more complex and politically dynamic community than it might appear to the casual observer.

Kelly, David F., Medical Care at the End of Life: A Catholic Perspective, Georgetown University Press, 2006.

Having worked with healthcare professionals for more than three decades, Kelly has confronted many difficult, often painful issues that concern...

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