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Ethel Gordon Fenwick: First Registered Nurse and Nurse Reformist

Ethel Gordon Fenwick: Nurse Reformist You Never Knew About

Ethel Gordon Fenwick was the pioneer of the movement for professional registration for nurses.
Mary Mahoney – the first African-American qualified nurse

Mary Eliza Mahoney: The First African American Qualified Nurse

For Black History Month, get to know Mary Eliza Mahoney became the first professionally qualified black nurse in 1879.
Nursing Issues That Still Persists Nurses Today

6 Persistent Nursing Issues and Challenges We Still Can’t Solve

Nursing has come a very, very long way in the past century. However, some of the challenges highlighted by nurse leaders in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s, still face the profession a century later even though their exact nature might be somewhat different.

Tribute to Nurses Throughout Time: Looking Back at Our History Together

Today, and moving forward, let us celebrate that nurses exists.
Vivian Bullwinkel: The Nurse Who Survived Hell Twice

Vivian Bullwinkel: The Nurse Who Survived Hell

How do you deal with life, especially during those times, when the good and the bad happened to you all at the same time?

History of Nursing in the Philippines

History does matter. This article illustrates the considerable weight and influence of nursing history while at the same time disclosing the challenges of applying the past to the present.

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