SAVANNAH, Ga. (PRWEB) February 23, 2016
“Everything Is Possible: A Nurse’s Memoir” (published by Archway Publishing) recounts the personal and professional life of a woman – a daughter, nurse, wife, mother, friend, educator, scholar and mentor – through the decades that span the second half of the 20th century and reach into the new millennium. Author Sylvia Kleiman Fields shares her diverse experiences and places them in the context of world events that mark those decades.
This is the inspiring story of a child of European Jewish immigrants with a spiritual base, strong work ethic and passionate love of learning, who dared to dream of life as an exciting challenge and meaningful adventure through community service. “Everything Is Possible” describes Fields’s exceptional educational experiences and personal struggles at home while exploring creative roles in professional nursing and new leadership opportunities in medical publishing, education and research.
“My stories were often unique experiences of how my career kept moving forward in stimulating and satisfying ways… Despite losses, I kept smiling and making new friends as the world changed for women,” Fields says. “I am grateful for a fulfilling professional legacy that continues today for ‘love I found in the sunset of my life.’”
“Everything Is Possible”
By Sylvia Kleiman Fields
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 476 pages | ISBN 9781480822627
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 476 pages | ISBN 9781480822634
E-Book | 476 pages | ISBN 9781480822641
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Sylvia Kleiman Fields grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y. and began a nontraditional career path in nursing in the 1950s, armed with a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Adelphi College. While teaching, she pursued graduate studies at Columbia University and earned a doctorate in education in 1977, focusing on inter-professional education. At SUNY Stony Brook, Fields earned a medical school certificate and co-authored “Guide to Patient Evaluation” with J.L. Sherman, M.D. Later she taught both nurses and physicians, directed a health mission for uninsured and conducted research on collaboration in health care. She helped develop the “Jefferson Scale of ‘Physician Empathy’’ studied worldwide. She lives on Skidaway Island, Ga., and serves on the Institutional Review Board at Memorial Medical Center/Mercer University.
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