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(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.
(b. 1894) World War One nurse with Emory University Base Hospital 43. Commemorative book, brief biographical materials, keepsakes.
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.
Nurse practitioner with specialty in the Frontier Nursing Service. Papers largely concern training program and practice protocols, legislative materials, and publications relative to the newly-developing nurse practitioner movement in the 1970s.
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.
(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.
(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].
(b. ca. 1930) University of Virginia School of Nursing graduate, 1951. Medical illustrations and other materials used by Albrecht as an instructor at Lansing Community College. Scrapbook items concerning the UVA School of Nursing.
(b. 1931) Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Specialist and licensed counselor. Papers document her education, and her professional roles as clinician, counselor, instructor, administrator, and consultant.
Miscellaneous nursing education and practice and publications.
University of Virginia School of Nursing Alumni Association materials, development, engagement.
(1906–2000) Advocate for college level nursing education in Virginia; career as Director of Nursing and Nursing Education at hospitals in Virginia and Pennsylvania; Red Cross instructor; social worker. Never married.
(1891–1989) World War One Nurse, keepsakes and photographs related to military nursing and her later career in public health nursing. Served at Camp Grant Base Hospital, Illinois; complete set of hospital-produced magazines for 1919. Spectacular panoramic photographs including Army Nurse graduation, 1921, the Presidio; also Fort Sheridan, Illinois; and Letterman General Hospital, San Francisco.
University of Virginia School of Nursing Graduate, 1952. Family nurse practitioner. Materials primarily concerning cardiac health.
(b. 1916) Last director of the Blue Ridge Tuberculosis Sanatorium before its 1972 closure. World War Two Navy nurse at Pearl Harbor: largely a photographic collection from this wartime period.