FREE Nursing Books for your Kindle

Kindle App for Android

No Kindle? No Problem......there's an app for that.

I know in the title, it says for the Kindle. If you don't own a Kindle (you should) it's okay, because like everything else, there is an app for that which allows you to download and read Kindle books on other devices like your computer, another eReader or tablet, even on your phone. It works perfectly fine and I love it. Before I had my Kindle, I used this app on my cell phone, and my son also has the app on his tablet. The app is totally free to download.

I love to read, especially reference type books on nursing or any medical topic. I used to read much more, but now just don't have as much time with all these kids running around. I was lucky enough to WIN a FREE Kindle Keyboard last fall and I have really enjoyed it. I discovered that having real books in my home with a very mobile toddler is just asking for a disaster, so the Kindle is perfect in that sense. While searching for some Nurse gift ideas for the upcoming Nurses Week, I found some FREE reading material for nursing or anyone just interested in learning about things of medical nature. I found both reference as well as story type books. Here is a list of the ones I found. Keep in mind I have not yet read these, so I'm not going to review them, however, these are FREE, so if you download them and don't like them, you didn't lose anything :).

FREE Kindle Books for Nurses

  1. Notes on Nursing: What it is and what it is not. by Florence Nightingale - Who better to learn from than Florence Nightingale herself.
  2. Applied Psychology for Nurses by Mary F. Porter - This is one of my most favorite topics to read on because I can totally relate ;).
  3. The Home Medical Library Vol. I of VI by Kenelm Wenslow
  4. How to Analyze People on Sight Through the Science of Human Analysis: The 5 Human Types - Not so much nursing but could come in handy on assessments, and also sounds interesting.
  5. The Diabetes Dictionary - This is great for not only educating yourself, but for educating your patients as well.
  6. How to Care for the Insane by William D. Granger
  7. Open by Marcus Engel - Written about the tradition of keeping the window open of a dying patient to allow their spirit to be free.
  8. Dietetics for Nurses by Fairfax T. Proudfit
  9. Preventable Diseases by Woods Hutchison
  10. 15 Tips and Tricks for New Nurses - Free for Amazon Prime Members

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Nights Dream 4 years ago from Allentown, pa

I really enjoyed reading this article. I like the way you combined using the kindle and the heart of the article. Very nice transition. Voted up!


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cherrycrime26 4 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

Great Hub, I wish this was around when I was in nursing school, lol, it would have saved me a tone of money, voted up.


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Pamela99 4 years ago from United States

I am an RN also and I have a Kindle. I really liked your article and found it very useful.


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cherrycrime26 4 years ago from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga

@Pamela99 didn't know you were a nurse too :-)

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