4 edition of The work of Mrs. Bedford Fenwick and the rise of professional nursing found in the catalog.
The work of Mrs. Bedford Fenwick and the rise of professional nursing
Bibliography: p. 83-85.
|Statement||by Winifred Hector.|
|Series||Research series - Royal College of Nursing and National Council of Nurses of the United Kingdom, Research series (Royal College of Nursing and National Council of Nurses of the United Kingdom)|
|LC Classifications||RT31 .H42|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 85 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||74595008|
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The work of Mrs. Bedford Fenwick and the rise of professional nursing Research series Research series. Monographs: Author: Winifred Hector: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Royal College of Nursing, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: 85 pages: Subjects.
Accounts of the life and work of Ethel Bedford Fenwick can be found in: Hector, W. The Work of Mrs Bedford Fenwick and the Rise of Professional Nursing (London, Royal College of Nursing, ); McGann, S.
The Battle of the Nurses (London, Scutari Press, ). Ethel Gordon Fenwick (née Manson; 26 January – 13 March ) was a British nurse who played a major role in the History of Nursing in the United campaigned to procure a nationally recognised certificate for nursing, to safeguard the title "Nurse", and lobbied Parliament to pass a law to control nursing and limit it to "registered" nurses : Ethel Gordon Manson, 26 JanuaryElgin, Moray.
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