The 2009 flu pandemic was a global outbreak of a new strain of influenza A virus subtype H1N1. The first case of person to person transmission within the UK of swine flu was announced on 1 May 2009. A trained nurse brings the story of swine flu alive with her fictional story that follows the life of a manager of a major university hospital during one of the biggest crisis the NHS has faced.
Amazon and Top Link Publishing are pleased to announce an exciting new fiction book has been launched. ‘And Then There Was Swine Flu: The Diary of a Hospital Manager’, is an exciting and compelling story of the life of a manager of a major university hospital during the swine flu crisis in the UK.
The author behind one of the most exciting fiction books of 2018 is Acklima Akbar. She has used her experience as a trained nurse to bring the reader one of the most powerful stories from a hospital environment that makes And Then There Was Swine Flu: The Diary of a Hospital Manager, seem like a true-life story.
Hospitals are very busy places, what goes on behind the scenes may shock many people but imagine what happens when the hospital is faced with a major incident. The story follows an experienced hospital manager who must deal with the major incident of swine flu. The story takes the reader on a real-life journey of what life is really like and what happens when a hospital is at breaking point.
When asked to describe the plot line, Acklima Akbar replied:
“My book is a fictional account of a week in the life of a manager of a major university hospital during the Swine Flu crisis. The story describes the meetings that take place within hospitals, the dichotomy that exists within the clinical and non-clinical targets and the very human characters who are often asked to work outside their skill sets in order to provide care.”
When reading And Then There Was Swine Flu: The Diary of a Hospital Manager, you can tell the author has experience of working within a hospital through her use of graphic descriptions and medical terms. When reading about the panic of what happens when a hospital is faced with swine flu, and how a sea of panic runs across some of the medical team, it does make you wonder what life must be like managing acute services within hospitals.
This new fiction book is the truest to life fiction story about crisis management that has ever been written. It is gaining positive reviews and is currently available as a paperback.
To see why the new fiction book has gained so much exposure, and to make a purchase, please visit https://www.amazon.com/Then-There-Was-Swine-Flu/dp/1949169510/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1529349122&sr=8-1&keywords=9781949169515
The author has a wealth of experience in managing health services. She is a trained nurse with a background in banking. This gave her a unique perspective for her role as Clinical Service Manager of a University Hospital in the United Kingdom. She started her writing career from an early age when she was growing up in South America. Her work won her awards in various forums, mainly for creative writing and poetry. It was not until she worked in hospitals that she felt compelled to write about her experiences. Her book was penned during a particularly stressful time in her career and although the characters are entirely fictional, the events are captured in a very realistic way that resonates with anyone who works in hospitals.
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