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“Everything Is Possible: A Nurse’s Memoir”

The inspiring story of Sylvia Fields.


Sylvia Fields, author of “Everything Is Possible: A Nurse’s Memoir,” is bringing her memoir to the Frankfurt Book Fair in Germany on October 16–20, 2019.

“Everything Is Possible: A Nurse’s Memoir” is a candid, honest, sometimes heart-breaking account of one woman’s journey from the less fortunate and crowded apartment of her childhood to the pinnacle of her professional career and to her winter love.

While she had no dream profession in mind to pursue after high school and there was no university she was truly excited about, author Sylvia Fields still found her calling, courtesy of a subject called home nursing. Decades later, Fields has come a long way from that course and has since shared her knowledge and her passion to inspire countless others. She did not get where she is now by mere luck. She was tested to the core. She had to multitask to the best of her ability, fulfilling her role as a daughter, wife, mother, friend, educator, and mentor. In the end, every test, every struggle, every stage in her life molded her to be the woman she is today—a true picture of strength, conviction, and faith.

In “Everything Is Possible: A Nurse’s Memoir,” she reflects openly about the fruitful decades of her life in hopes that others will find inspiration in her story and find their purpose in life.

Find out more at the Frankfurt Book Fair in Germany on October 16–20, 2019.
“Everything Is Possible: A Nurse’s Memoir”
Written by Sylvia Fields
Published by Archway Publishing
Published Date: January 2016
Paperback: $28.99
About the Author
Sylvia Fields is the daughter of European Jewish immigrant who lived in a tiny New York apartment. She chose to follow a non-tradition career in nursing in the 1950s and later taught nurses and physicians.

In 1974, Dr. Fields received the AJN Book of the year award for “Guide to Patient Evaluation,” the first of 5 edititions published for development of the Nurse Practitioner movement.  She earned the Doctorate in Education in 1977,  Columbia University. She received the Research and Scholarship Alumni Award  and was inducted into the Nursing Hall of Fame at Teacher’s College, Columbia in 2003. She helped to create and study the Jefferson Scales of “Physician and Nurse Attitudes Towards Collaboration”, and  “Empathy.”

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