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(1934-2010) Associate Professor of Nursing at Northwestern, Chicago, where she established and directed the graduate program in Neuroscience Nursing. Founder and second president of the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses, and launched its professional journal (J of Neuroscience Nursing); established the World Federation of Neuroscience Nurses. Includes Marshall's correspondence as well as items related to both professional organizations.
(1920–2004) Faculty member at the Medical College of Virginia School of Nursing, specialist in psychiatric nursing. Papers include reference materials and notes concerning diagnosis and treatment of mental illnesses, along with course materials in the mid-1940s and the mid-1960s. These relate the state of knowledge at mid-century.
(1917–2012) University of Virginia School of Nursing graduate, 1938. Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps and member of the Eighth Evacuation Hospital Unit in World War Two. Includes citation, period newspaper clippings, and an extensive period photograph collection.
Assistant Director of Memorial and Crippled Children's Hospital School of Nursing, Roanoke, Virginia, 1950s. Newspaper clippings, publications largely concerning Virginia Nursing in the 1950s. This collection is not processed.
(1924–2012) Colonial studies. Keepsakes from UK citizen Aline Shrum's early career as a nurse (1946-1958) in South Africa and Brazil: official documents and correspondence, publications from Guy's Hospital, London, from which she was a nursing graduate. Significant photograph collection includes native African patients at Grey's Hospital, Pietermaritzburg, Natal, South Africa.
Board of Directors meeting minutes. This collection is not processed.
Materials from 1990 founding to 2010, largely concerning annual meeting organization, mission statements, professional issues, and standards of practice. Course materials and newsletters present; limited set of administrative records.
(b. 1904) Faculty at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing. Specialist in psychiatric nursing. Navy nurse during World War Two. Consultant to states of Minnesota and Florida. Director of psychiatric nursing staff development project for the Southern Regional Education Board, in Atlanta, Georgia. Nursing Section head for the Tennessee Midsouth Regional Medical Center, in Nashville, Tennessee.
Administrative Files: newsletters, correspondence, meeting minutes. This collection is not processed.
Administrative files, principally from the foundation of the organization in 1979.
Administrative documents of this independent organization of public health nursing directors in the states, territories, and Washington DC. Items include correspondence, reports, minutes, and newsletters, dating in general from 1975 to the formation of a new organization in 2012, the Association of Public Health Nurses. The organization shapes the roles and status of public health nurses.
Chief flight nurse and clinician, University of Virginia Pegasus program, 1991–96; Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Northern Colorado. Collection includes Pegasus flight operations materials; survival training course document; and professional standards publications, including a study guide by Snider. Also government and Board of Health publications and rule books.
Emerita University of VIrginia School of Nursing Faculty, Former ECBCNHI Director. Nursing history publications to be integrated with her other donations. Also Virginia Henderson items. This collection is not processed.
Miscellaneous nursing history materials. This collection is not processed.
Materials concern the National Alliance of Nurse Practitioners (NANP), the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, and various related general interest files. Item types include administrative files, standards of practice, newsletters, and legislative advocacy, including healthcare reform.
(1927–2013) Cadet Nurse Corps, student documents/records of mid-20th-century nursing education. Faulkner Hospital School of Nursing, Boston; later career at Boston Lying-in Hospital operating room (and successor facility) 1969–1994. This collection is not processed.