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Founded in 1973, NAPNAP sets standards for education and practice, as well as certification for pediatric nurse practitioners. Also includes lobbying efforts, consultations with State Boards of Health, public health advocacy, and consumer education. These papers contain administrative materials from the national office and local chapters.
Materials concern qualifying/certification exams for PNP's, but also include miscellaneous files on nurse practitioners, generally, nurse midwives, and nursing research.
Items generally concern the development of professional standards of practice for licensure. Also included are administrative files (1977–1996), including qualifying exam files, meeting minutes, and correspondence of the organization.
Reports, conference proceedings, white papers, and publications.
NONPF promotes professionalization of nurse practitioner education. The papers contain organizational foundation documents as well as initial years of activities, both in terms of administration and public initiatives, including materials related to the National Alliance of Nurse Practitioners and the American College of Nurse Practitioners.
A large and important collection of primary source material concerning the effort to obtain legal recognition and authority to practice for New York State nurse practitioners, ultimately achieved in 1989.
The News Magazine Collection consists of complete issues -- or covers -- of various news magazines, often with images or articles concerning nurses. Principally represented is Life magazine. Also included is Look magazine, and Girls Own Paper.
Materials concerning functions and history of the U.S. Army Nurse Corps evidently gathered during her career, including photograph and correspondence collection.
Keepsakes from various classes.
Established at the University of Virginia in 1999 to support global public health initiatives in underserved communities. Contains miscellaneous materials (including digital) documenting administrative activities and the following initiatives: El Salvador (2000–01); Migrant Health in Albemarle and surrounding counties (2001); St. Petersburg, Russia (2001, 2002); South Africa (2004).
Classes of: 1919-1941; 1952-1956; 1962; 1976; 2004-2005. Practical Nursing Classes 1953-1966.
Folders containing: portraits; "Nursing the Finest Art" images; advertisements; miscellaneous; certificates and diplomas from other Collections; along with general certificates and diplomas.
This series contains: 1) anatomical drawings by Lorraine Bowers Albrecht; 2) two watercolors of Vietnam-era military nursing by Lou Sorrin and a pencil sketch of a nursing mission to Haiti, given by Dianne Gagliano.
This series contains posters of the American Red Cross, General Nursing, Military Nursing, Nursing Schools, State Nursing Organizations, and Maps.
This series contains advertisements; architectural drawings; and newsletter, newspaper, and magazine clippings.
Professor emerita, University of Alberta Faculty of Nursing. Autobiographical essay; C. V.; and student scrapbook circa 1950-1956, with diplomas and reunion items.
Variety of documents concerning the theory and practice of nursing education relative to the University Virginia School of Nursing from the late-1960s to the mid-1970s. Course syllabi; also materials concerning neurological and pediatric nursing. Audiovisual resources in nursing education in the same period. Some artifacts, including 1924 pamphlet urging support for the Sadie Heath Cabaniss Chair of Nursing at the University of Virginia.