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Christie Watson

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Narrated by: Christie Watson
Length: 10 mins
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Award-winning and internationally acclaimed author, writer and nurse Christie Watson joins us to introduce her latest audiobook, The Language of Kindness. An astonishing memoir which tracks her nursing career and the importance of treating others with respect, compassion and kindness, it has been lauded by the likes of Amnesty International and the Royal College of Nursing. 

In this interview we talk to Christie about the experiences that have stuck with her as a nurse, her hopes for better treatment and support for nurses, and the writing of this book.

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Compassion Personified

Wonderful interview. Christie Watson comes across as a genuinely compassionate person. I look forward to reading her memoir.

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  • Ruth H.
  • 03-11-19

Laughter and tears

Oh my. Once I started listening I couldn't stop. Such an interesting and moving account of a career in nursing. The little snippets of history and philosophy made this book so much more than an autobiography and I can only imagine the hours of research that it must have taken. I loved the fact it wasn't just a chronological zip through her life. I think every politician should read this book..... in fact I think everyone in the UK should read this book. It has certainly given me greater understanding of the nursing profession and the state of the NHS today. Fabulous.