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This article presents historical research into the origins of the Henry Street Settlement on the lower East Side of New York City. It is about Lillian D. Wald and her contributions. Wald used techniques and approaches to deal with problems that exist today: health care equity and financial...
This historical investigation focuses on the early nurse registration movement in Great Britian and the problems encountered by British nurses involved in the movement. Events in Great Britain enlightened American nurse leaders and guided their struggle for registration and licensure. Although...
Nurses today continue to incorporate in their practice the insight and foresight of Florence Nightingale, although her clinical acumen and the historical tie are seldom recognized or documented. Qualitative research data that describe good nursing practice from the perspectives of nurses and...
The transition of psychiatric nursing's position during its development from custodial caretaking to a legitimate and unique segment within nursing reveals the interplay of influential social and professional forces. Current renegotiations of professional boundaries in the field of...
In response to a national cry of nursing shortage, the federal government passed the Nurse Training Act of 1964. This article traces the history of this critical nursing legislation, examines its outcomes, and analyzes the effect of the Act on nursing in the future.
Letters received from readers in response to articles and ideas published in ANS are regularly featured, providing an opportunity for constructive critique, discussion, disagreements, and comment intended to stimulate the development of nursing science. Unless otherwise stated, we assume that...
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