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May 20, 1911

The Ninth Year-Book of the National Society for the Study of Education. Part II, The Nurse in Education.

JAMA. 1911;LVI(20):1500. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560200068040

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Abstract

The second part of the Ninth Year-Book of the National Society for the Study of Education deals with the nurse and contains, beside an introduction by Dr. Thomas D. Wood and a valuable bibliography, two papers: one on "The Educational Value of the Nurse in the Public School," by Isabel M. Stewart, and one on "Professional Training of Children's Nurses," by Mary L. Read. The first paper emphasizes a function of the trained nurse which has not been generally considered. The value of the properly trained nurse to the physician, to the hospital and to the patient has been repeatedly discussed, but the educational value of the nurse to the public has been given comparatively little attention. The paper is an opportune one in view of present-day developments along this line.

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