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3 Books by Nurse Practitioners

Books by and about NPs

Pickering nurse practitioner Claudia Mariano shares her story and others in new book

"No One Left Behind" - What is a nurse practitioner? This is a common question Claudia Mariano hears when she talks about her work. The Pickering resident and long-time nurse practitioner put about a year into gathering stories from across the country on what it means to be in the field.

Framingham author writes 'nuts and bolts' guide to finding help for depression

"Depression Understood: A Layman's guide to surviving and thriving with depression" - Beneath her sunny disposition, Mary Clancy, herself a psychiatric NP, has coped for more than 20 years with a lingering depression that once threatened to strangle the joy from her life. Growing up in Milford, she was regarded by family and friends as "bubbly, energetic" and "cheerful."

A Woman's Right to Know: How Women's Health Became a Political Pawn - and the Surprising Alliances Working to Reclaim It

Women’s health has long been seen as a divisive social issue. But behind inflammatory news headlines is an untold story that every man and woman is entitled to know. This factual and eye-opening story recounts how women’s health devolved from being a medical issue, supported even by religious groups, to a divisive political debate. The author, Dr. Carole Roye, is a Professor of Nursing at Hunter College in New York City and a practicing pediatric nurse practitioner.