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  • Corinne Tench R.N.

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    • Until April of 1973, Corinne Tench, R.N., was Head Nurse in a CCU in Victoria, B.C. Having been involved in a very progressive program of rehabilitation for cardiacs, she says she “naively thought all nursing had progressed at the same speed as had coronary care.” The following is her personal accounting of the past three years. The devastating occurrence that put her on “the other side of the fence” signaled the beginning of a new life — “It has been a matter of being born again.” In sharing her experiences and her feelings about rehabilitation, she says, “It's my own philosophy, for better or for worse.”

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