SUE BARTON, SENIOR NURSE by Helen D. Boylston
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Excellent vocational material -- sequel to Sue Barton, Student Nurse, and every bit as good reading. In the first place, it is a good story; in the second place, it conveys factual information about training for nursing which is of interest, not only to any girl who is considering that career, but to anyone, of any age, who has had any hospital experience, either as patient, or visitor. Sue is a very likeable young person, and her companions are flesh and blood girls. Her senior year covers the operating theatre training, obstetrics and some executive work. And it's not all rosy.

Pub Date: Nov. 5th, 1937
Publisher: Little, Brown