Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) August 08, 2013
Nursing is an essential and steadily-growing occupation. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are 2.9 million nurses in the United States, a number that forms the backbone of the medical industry. In her new book, Forty-Five Years in White Uniforms, C.L.G. Solomon traces her 45-year journey as a nurse and offers a glimpse into the heart of this noble profession.
Solomon spent 17 years working in various disciplines of nursing and the following 28 years serving as a public health nurse. After more than four decades of service, she is proud to say that she is happy.
“The experiences that I encountered in my personal life somewhat intensified my desire to become a nurse. I am happy to have been able to practice the kind of work that was very satisfying to me,” she says.
Solomon’s profession immersed her in different work environments as well as the challenges and rigid training that came with the job. In her memoir of sorts, she shares her many, colorful experiences in the nursing field, interspersed with snapshots of her personal life. Together, these recollections paint a remarkable portrait of the author as a woman driven by the devotion to help others.
Inspiring and insightful, Forty-Five Years in White Uniforms is both a personal testament of success and an insider’s look into the nitty-gritty of the nursing profession.
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About the Author
C.L.G. Solomon was born in Polk County, Florida, and grew up in Leesburg. She completed college work in the University of Florida and Bible College in Jacksonville. She has retired from working at the Duval Company Public Health Department in Jacksonville. She has also written Natural Bread Is Not Enough.
FORTY-FIVE YEARS IN WHITE UNIFORMS * by C.L.G. Solomon
Publication Date: June 25, 2013
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