Medical Musings

Books that feature the activities of a variety of healthcare professionals

A Matter of Feeling

by Arnold Brettel
A practitioner reveals his unique Buddhist/Jungian approach to psychotherapy.

A Stones Throw Away

by Nick Horobin & Jackie Newman
Inspiring true story of a paramedic's long road to recovery after an attack on his ambulance left him with life-changing injuries.

About Time an All

by Sheila Dobson
A personal investigation into Dreams, Archetypes & the Collective Unconscious inspired by the life and works of Carl Jung
Capital City Paramedic by John E Kinsley

Capital City Paramedic

by John Kinsley
Experiences of a London Ambulanceman 1975-82.

Handcart to Hanlon

by Brian Janman
A concise history of the West Sussex Ambulance Services 1895-1995 in words and photographs.

Occupation Nurse

by Peter & Mary Birchenall
Celebrating the achievements of a dedicated band of nurses who provided excellent healthcare to the inhabitants of the Channel Island of Guernsey during the German occupation of WW2.
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Oscars Father – a biography of Sir William Wilde

by David Stevens
Biography of  Sir William Robert Wills Wilde, father of Oscar Wilde

The Rock & Roll Years of a Parachuting Medic

by Mick Thompson
The author recalls his 25-year career as a parachutist and paramedic in the Medical Branch of the Royal Air Force 1957-82.

You and Your Disabled Child

by Margaret Barrett 
A qualified childcare professional provides a wealth of valuable practical advice for parents of disabled children.

Sussex Ambulance & First Aid Services

compiled by Brian Janman
An illustrated history of the ambulance service in East and West Sussex from its inception in 1895 to the present day.