Tonight Bonnie Kaye welcomes back Mary M. Hale, RNC, MSN, SRN, SCM, a retired Nurse-Midwife who worked in the field of nursing for 35 years. Ten of those years she served under the Ministry of Health in Uganda, East Africa, where she set up the first post-graduate pediatric nursing program. Hale has written about these experiences in her first book On Uganda’s Terms telling the obstacles to saving lives under the worst of circumstances while working tirelessly against the odds of Ugandan dictator and mass murderer Idi Amin.
She retired after 27 years in Pediatrics and Obstetrics at Albert Einstein Medical Center, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2006. Her first year of retirement was spent writing her autobiography On Uganda’s Terms. In her second year she finished Beyond Nurses Notes – A Journey to Choose Life. Mary now consults as a teacher for several universities as a instructor on international nursing.
This show is a program for independent authors. It was created for the authors in the Books of Excellence Coop found at www.BooksofExcellence.com; however the show welcomes independent authors and entertainers as time permits
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