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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.
Tribute to Nurse Anna Mae Hays: First Female General in the US Army

Tribute to Nurse Anna Mae Hays: First Female General in the US Army

Anna May Hays started her career in the US Army as a frontline nurse in WWII. She is the first female general in the US army. As a forward-looking leader, she steered the ANC through an era of rapid modernization and used her influence to improve service conditions for all women in the armed forces.
Men in Nursing: What Was It Like During the 1900's?

Men in Nursing: What Was It Like During the 1900’s?

Two nurses share their experiences on what was it like being a nurse during the 1900's.
Irena Sendler: The Nurse Who Declared War on Hitler

Irena Sendler: The Nurse Who Declared War on Hitler

Irena Sendler impacted the lives of many and influenced nursing and social working practices.

A Look At Hospital Nursing During the 1970’s

Let's take a trip down the nursing memory lane.

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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