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(b. 1918) University of Virginia School of Nursing graduate, 1956. Namesake of endowed nursing scholarship. Photograph album, procedure manual, and keepsakes.
Professionalization of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners. Collection centers on the development of three certification examinations: 1) General Pediatric Nurse Exam, 2) Self-assessment Exam, 3) National Qualifying Exam. Materials include correspondence, planning and scheduling activities, statistical data, reports, and promotional activities.
(1922–1977) Lieutenant Colonel U.S. Army Nurse Corps, 23–year career; University of Virginia School of Nursing faculty, acting Dean 1972–1974. Advocate of nursing research. Memorial collection with biographical sketches, academic papers, meeting and research note diary (1971–1974), memorial conferences/courses at the University of Virginia and the U.S. Army Nursing Research Corps.
Administrative files consisting mostly of student records.
(1932-2014) UVA SON Dean 1974-1988. Bulk 1963-1994. Personal papers, correspondence, speeches and papers. Dean's study on Nurse shortge, 1980s; other materials generated as Dean.
(1920–2008) Noteworthy collection on the early development of coronary care nursing, centering on a grant-funded study of coronary care nursing at Presbyterian-University of Pennsylvania Hospital Coronary Care Unit, 1963 to 1967. Includes research design, data sheets, analytical reports, and publications. Interview transcripts of Pineo by Dr. Arlene Keeling.
University of Virginia School of Nursing graduate, 1936; photographs (unlabeled), including military nursing.
Two scrapbooks from 1959, and other photograph collections from much later periods evidently assembled for a University of Virginia alumni events.
Includes University Virginia Hospital and Charlottesville area scenes.
Reid Memorial Hospital, Richmond, Indiana.
(1902–1990) World War Two Nurse Corps; service in North Africa, Italy, and France.
University of Virginia School of Nursing graduate, 1939; mostly UVA and later personal.
Materials from Sigma Theta Tau, international nursing honor society, particularly items from the Beta Kappa Chapter of the University of Virginia School of Nursing.