Valuable Resource for Camp Nurses
A first time camp healthcare staff member writes, “Camp Nursing: Circles of Care has not only been helpful this year, but will continue to be a resource to me in years to come.”
Written by experienced camp nurse and award-winning author, Mary Casey (BScN PHN), Camp Nursing: Circles of Care gives an overview of the multifaceted job of a camp nurse.
Spiral-bound for convenient reference, the book includes fifty pages of Treatment Guidelines, the accepted procedures for illness and accidents.
The content and the principles presented are applicable to all camps.
You can order your copy from online from VolumesDirect.com, or directly from Mary by email at CampNursingbyMCasey@gmail.com.
About Catherine Ross
Catherine's lifelong love of camping began in 1953 when she accompanied her mother, the new camp cook, to Camp Tanamakoon in Algonquin Park. She remained at Tan until 1978 as a camper and in several staff roles. After five years as a teacher, in 1979, Catherine and her husband George purchased Camp Mi-A-Kon-Da for girls in Parry Sound, Ontario which they owned for 20 years. Catherine has served on the Board of the Ontario Camps Association, and is Past President of the Society of Camp Directors. She is served as Communications Officer on the Board of the CCA, as is a recipient of the CCA's Ron Johnstone Lifetime Achievement Award. She is past editor of Camps Canada, published by the CCA, and the OCAsional News, the newsletter of the OCA. She is the author of four publications. Her articles on camping have appeared in numerous magazines.
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