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June 30, 1945

Nursing: A Profession for College Women

JAMA. 1945;128(9):696. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860260070039

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This handbook, prepared by leading organizations in the field of nursing education and service, contains a wealth of information for young women who are interested in professional nursing and wish to contribute to the care and welfare of the sick. It describes educational requirements, types of nursing schools, cost of preparation, available financial aid, placement opportunities, positions in military and civilian service, working conditions, salary ranges, opportunities for professional and personal development and many other significant factors. Selected references are included as well as other sources from which specific information can be obtained. While this pamphlet may find its greatest use among counselors in colleges and high schools, it will be equally valuable as a direct aid to individual students interested in nursing education. Since there is still an urgent demand for additional nursing personnel in relation to military and civilian needs, it is hoped that the information contained in

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