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University of Virginia School of Nursing graduate, 1979: student notebooks, exercises, and papers; labs, related course materials.
(b. 1924) University of Virginia School of Nursing graduate, Air Force nurse, 27–year career, Colonel, retired. Personal papers include correspondence, a wide range of publications, certificates, and alumni activities.
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.
The Florence Hauser Collection is a digital archive of photographs and slides taken by Hauser in Giridih, India, in 2000. The images illustrate University of Virginia nurses involved with the Virginia Children's Connection plastic surgery project in rural India.
Full professional papers of this organization, active donations; ECBCNHI is official repository. Collection highlights founding and growth of the organization from an informal collaborative group through incorporation in 1983 and expansion into GAPNA in 2009. Materials include lobbying initiatives, development of standards of care, training and certification programs, and funding.
Graduate of Jefferson Hospital School of Nursing, Roanoke, Virginia: photograph album, student nursing notebooks, 1920–1923.
(b. ca. 1922) Public Health Nursing; 24-year career with U.S. Public Health Service Division of Nursing. Government publications and survey data concerning nursing education, staffing, and legal/legislative issues. Items concerning the history of nurse practitioners.
Audio cassette tapes produced by the National League for Nursing concerning nursing practice issues, and one video tape (presumably of Petro), few photographs.
(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.
(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.
(b. 1936) Papers document activities, programs, and psychiatric nursing administration at Eastern State Hospital, a state mental health facility in Williamsburg, Virginia. Includes professional staff manuals for treatment standards and philosophies at the institution from the 1950s to the 1970s.
(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.
(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.
The collection is composed of records from the Division of Nursing during Jean Sorrells-Jones tenure from 1987 to 1997. These include meeting minutes, correspondence, proposals, project notes, planning documents, policy records and more.
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).