Q&A with Jenny Carryer

April 2012
Nursing Review (1173-8014);APRIL, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p2
An interview with Jenny Carryer, professor at College of Nurses Aotearoa in New Zealand is presented. When asked about the things that brought her to become a nurse, Carryer mentions that she was in the profession without thinking. Carryer also mentions that her exposure to clinical practice has lots to do in her teaching profession. She also cites the book "The End of Illness," as one she highly recommends to read.


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