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The Death Shift: The True Story of Nurse Genene and the Texas Baby Murders (Onyx) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. Mai 1990

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hospital politics 13. Mai 2000
Von Nancy K. Oconnor - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
I found the story fascinating. The nurse involved was not a mercy killer, or a sadist. She just liked the excitement of "codes" that revived dying children, so started giving kids injections to make the codes happen. This is a variation of "Munchausen by proxy" syndrome, that sometimes is the cause of children's hospitalizations, where usually the mom causes her child to be sick so that she can nurse her child and get attention. What I found even more fascinating was how hospital politics worked to deny they had a problem: as far as punishing the whistleblowing nurse and doctor in charge of the nursery. A sad but true story of how malpractice (and even murder) can be and sometimes is covered up in our modern hospitals.
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scary stuff 30. August 2007
Von E.Paige - Veröffentlicht auf
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Older book but still a good read. The fact a nurse could hurt children for her own weird highs is pretty frightening. The book was well researched and for the most part flowed with only a few slow parts about hospital administration etc.
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Truth is Stranger than Fiction 25. Mai 2012
Von Kristin Ames - Veröffentlicht auf
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I read this book a long time ago, and bought it again after hearing of the case on the TV show Deadly Women. It was just as informative and interesting the second time around. Some true crime authors overdramatize their cases when the details of the story themselves suffice to make a book compelling. This author strikes a good balance between being informative and concise. It has a few pages of photos which help the story come to life, and the book isn't cluttered with too many characters, which can make true crime stories difficult to keep track of. This story would be unbelievable, if it weren't true.
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Gripping Read for True Crime Fans 24. September 2006
Von Virginia Allain - Veröffentlicht auf
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Death Shift tells of the mysterious deaths of babies in a San Antonio hospital in 1981. The incidents stopped when nurse, Genene Jones, left. She moved to Kerrville and began working for a clinic. Again young children began to die abruptly. The book analyzes why a nurse would kill the patients she was trained to save. Gripping account!
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a fascinating VERY disturbing read 27. Februar 2013
Von Anthony Krystofolski - Veröffentlicht auf
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The most astonishing fact about this case is that Genene Jones was allowed to harm and murder an unknown amount of her pediatric patients by setting up life threatening overdoses with medications and often, tragically falling far short of her goal to successfully "save" them to earn the attention and praise that she felt was owed her when her employer fired a whole group of people instead of just her and giving her a favorable reference to a doctor where her twisted games continued and, sadly more children were needlessly placed in jeopardy because fearing her past employers said nothing to authorities even though they suspected her of, at best, gross imcompetence and of worst, murdering her PEDIATRIC patients. More people should have been accountable for those childrens' suffering. As a parent I cannot imagine what those children or their parents went through being harmed or killed by a "Licensed Vocational Nurse" hired to care for their child
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