From another nurse I am telling you that you are in a profession that is tough to beat for a falconer. I work 6 on/8 off in a shock/trauma ICU and recover the occasional heart and it is great to allow ample hawking. On my 8 days off I am at the pleasure of myself and the birds, during my 6 days on I hawk at least every other day but keep a tighter routine.

As far as anything deep into A&P as stated above that really is above the rank and paygrade of the average falconer but there are a bunch of good books available for the beginner, I'll state most libraries offer a decent selection or can get you the beginner stuff thru an interlibrary loan. Reading a large selection of the basics allows you to grow your knowledge to a point that you can at least understand the lingo and formulate appropriate questions.