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Dorothy Sandridge Gloor Papers (Eighth Evacuation Unit Hospital)

Identifier: 2022-102
Abstract (B. 1920) Nurse in service with the University-of-Virginia-sponsored Eighth Evacuation Hospital Unit during World War Two, principally in Italy. Keepsakes, correspondence, and photographs. Autobiographical text, interview (DVD) and transcription.
Dates: circa 1935-2008

Elizabeth Marie Bear Papers

Identifier: 2022-094
Abstract (b. 1933) Maternal Child Nursing professor, Certified Nurse Midwife program. Materials from throughout her academic career at the University of New Mexico, University of Kentucky, and Medical University of South Carolina Schools of Nursing; especially items concerning social anthropologist Martha Beth Hicks. Frontier Nursing Service and Penn Center of Saint Helena Island, South Carolina are represented.
Dates: 1946-2014

Evelyn Crary Bacon Papers

Identifier: 2022-004
Abstract US Army Nurse Corps, UK; faculty member University of Virginia School of Nursing, Medical College of Virginia School of Nursing, J. S. Reynolds Community College. Leader in Virginia nursing education: Virginia State Board of Nursing, Virginia Nurses Association, Virginia League for Nursing, Southern Regional Education Board.
Dates: Majority of material found in 1942-1985

Gerontological Advanced Practice Nurses Association Collection.

Identifier: 2022-090
Scope and Contents Administrative papers, testing and educational materials, convention records, photographs and manuscripts reveal the effort and effectiveness of geriatric nurse practitioners in promoting and developing their professional roles. Memos, minutes, faxes, postcards, personal notes and formal letters, brochures, postcards, advertisements, tests and manuals reflect communication and marketing initiatives of the organization. The collection also contains foldered papers, binders, books, film,...
Dates: 1983-2011

Imogene M. King Papers

Identifier: 2022-051
Abstract (1923-2007) Significant author and advocate for nursing theory and its practical application, attaining wide recognition for her scholarly accomplishments. Professor at the University of South Florida, Loyola, and Ohio State. The core of the collection consists of a wide-ranging interview with King conducted by Patricia Messmer on June 17–19, 1994, and a series of biographical essays on King published by Messmer from the interviews. Publications by and about King are included.
Dates: 0000

Jacqueline Mae (Rutledge) Jones Papers

Identifier: 2022-105
Abstract (1925-2005) Principally materials related to Jones' education in the University of Virginia School of Nursing, from which she graduated in 1948. Includes Nursing/public-health publications on polio and tuberculosis.
Dates: 1939-1948

Jane Lee Black Bales Collection

Identifier: 2006Ind01
Scope and Contents Summary: The Black Bales Collection represents the experiences of a nursing student and the School of Nursing at the University of Virginia c. 1959. There are three folders which were the contents of a scrapbook that Bales compiled while she was a nursing student. These folders contain nursing student information sheets, notes, publications and announcements. They also have information regarding the School of Nursing and the University of Virginia such as maps, cards, and brochures. The third...
Dates: 1959

Janet Colaizzi Papers

Identifier: 2022-097
Scope and Contents The bulk of the Janet Colaizzi Collection concerns activities, programs, and psychiatric nursing administration at Eastern State Hospital, the Commonwealth of Virginia's mental health facility in Williamsburg. Of particular importance are a series of professional staff manuals relating treatment standards and philosophies at the hospital, which offer a good overview of mental health care in the period from the 1950s to the 1970s. Also of interest is a patient handbook from 1964; materials...
Dates: 1950s-1970s

Janet Vivian Graham Papers

Identifier: 2022-044
Abstract (b. 1943) Twenty-five-year service as a U.S. military nurse (Navy and Army), Colonel, retired. Faculty and Interim Chair of Nursing at Henderson State University, Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Papers concern her entire career, especially her military work on health planing and nursing administration as applied to the development of computerized data collection, management programs, and system design.
Dates: 0000

Janice Howard Papers

Identifier: 2022-021
Abstract (B. 1938) Biographical material tracing her varied career in nursing through the 1990s, in Boston and the New York areas, concluding as a faculty member at the Genesee Community College in Batavia, New York, and the Batavia VA Hospital. In retirement she became involved in lobbying and legislative initiatives for the New York State Nurses Association. The collection includes photographs and publications by Howard.
Dates: 0000

Jeanette Lancaster Papers, UVA School of Nursing Dean

Identifier: 2022-020
Abstract University of Virginia School of Nursing Dean and Associate Chief Nursing Officer from 1989–2008. Internationally recognized authority on community health nursing, nursing education, and public policy. Items include: correspondence, speeches, publications, and photographs. Additional documents generated during her tenure as dean include: strategic planning, development, UVA President's retreat, and School of Nursing initiatives (Diversity, End–of–Life Council).
Dates: Majority of material found in 1989-2008

Jeanne Novotny Papers

Identifier: 2022-057
Abstract Nursing student keepsakes, especially three yearbooks from the St. Vincent's School of Nursing: 1959, 1960, and 1961.
Dates: Majority of material found in 1959-1961

Joanne Peach Papers

Identifier: 2022-059
Abstract (b. 1945) Family nurse practitioner and faculty member at the University of Virginia School of Nursing, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Piedmont Community College. Materials trace her career from student to faculty/professional life, especially concerning the educational, legal, social, and professional-practice issues of the nurse practitioner movement.
Dates: 0000

John-Ora Johnson Papers

Identifier: 2022-047
Abstract (b. 1894) World War One nurse with Emory University Base Hospital 43. Commemorative book, brief biographical materials, keepsakes.
Dates: 0000

Josephine McLeod/Virginia State Board of Nursing Collection

Identifier: 2022-053
Abstract Items derived from McLeod's position on the Virginia State Board of Nursing: correspondence, reports, and brochures on nurse training programs in Virginia. Graduates listed from the 1890s to the 1930s. A particularly significant theme concerns the professionalization of nursing education and the movement of educational programs from hospitals and sanatoria to colleges and universities. Inspection and licensing materials, including examinations.
Dates: Majority of material found in 1920s-1940s

Kenneth R. White Papers

Identifier: 2022-024
Abstract Noted professional, academic leader, and author in hospital administration. Nurse practitioner with hospice specialty. Present Dean of Nursing at Massachusetts General Hospital Institute; first male president of the American Academy of Nursing; LGBT leader. Bulk of collection includes scrapbooks and other materials detailing executive consultation positions with Mercy International Health Services in Palau and Guam in the late-80s to early-90s.
Dates: 0000

Laurel Archer Copp Papers

Identifier: 2022-038
Abstract (1931–2010) Academic career, ultimately as Dean of Nursing at the University of North Carolina School of Nursing, although no papers here concern her deanship. Instead, the collection centers on her research interests in pain management, including notes, case studies, publications, and course materials. These trace the evolution of her thinking over many years. A complete set of her nursing education notebooks highlight nursing curricula and pedagogy in the late-1940s and early-1950s.
Dates: 0000

Linda Bullock Collection

Identifier: 2022-006
Abstract Research materials from two clinical trials concerning low-income women in the Ozarks region of Missouri, specifically: smoking cessation programs during pregnancy, and domestic violence reduction in homes with young children. Largely white respondents, but some African-American and some Native American. Vast majority of collection comprises anonymous client files with interviews, etc., which can form the basis of much additional research on the nature of poverty in early-21st-century America.
Dates: 0000

Lois Miller Pilch Papers

Identifier: 2022-060
Abstract (1913–2000) Materials from her career with the Washington, DC Department of Public Health. Issues concerning adolescent health and children with disabilities, both at the general program level and daily operations, including case reports [IRB required for a consultation]. Also two charting notebooks from 1937 and 1939 detail treatment regimes, medication, and remarks for identified patients [IRB also required].
Dates: Majority of material found in 1948-1981

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