[Article 33:1] Advisory Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital School for Nurses. — January 1934
Brief account of the proceedings at the November meeting of the Advisory Board: opening of Thayer Memorial Clinic, opening of the Metabolism Ward on Osler 5, funding by the Women's Board of two teaching positions -- one in Osler and one in Halsted.
Includes lengthy discussion of the reasons for resignation as Director of Nursing Service of Conn. Dept. of Health by Sara Addison, 1907. Also includes large parts of letters from Grace Baxter, 1894, and from Elizabeth Miles Morton, 1910.
[Article 33:1] Editorials (1) Happy New Year to All. (2) The Trained Nurses and the Depresssion. (3) Survey of Alumnae. — January 1934
(1) Despite the "economic distress," Happy New Year to all. (2) Preview of article in this issue of extracts from longer article printed in another magazine. (3) Another report gathered from the Survey of Alumnae printed in this issue.
[Article 33:1] Mental As Well As Physical Health "How Are You?". — January 1934
Creator: Simpson, Nora Platt
Discussion of the state of health being more than the achieving of a set of pre-set standards for "good health." Increasingly, mental health is being included in this assessment of good heath -- until the "spirit or mind equals the boyancy and well being of the physical body in which it dwells." Some of the article is voted to the causes of mental illness: mental fatigue, worry, boredom, irritability.
[Article 33:1] News Items (1) Charlotte M. Heilman, 1908, Awarded Florence Nightingale Medal. (2) Tribute to Dr. Osler. (3) Yale School of Nursing Raises Its Entrance Requirements. (4) Cornerstone Contains List of Deceased Nurses. (5) Nurses Give Benefit Play. — January 1934
(1) Alumna member Charlotte M. Heilman, 1908, of the Red Cross receives award for multiple services in several countries. (2)Excerpts from tribute to Dr. Osler by William Lyon Phelps. (3) Entrants into Yale School of Nursing must be college graduates. (4) Announcement that list of 11 nurses who died during duty in World War I is included in JHH cornerstone. (5) Brief paragraph about a beneift play given in New York that earned money for Association of Graduate Nurses of Manhattan and Bronx.
Proposal by Elsie Lawler for a Hopkins nurse reunion at the conclusion of the Biennial Convention of the ANA to be held in Wahington, DC. in April of 1934. This announcement tells nurses how to register.
[Article 33:1] Report of Quarterly Meeting of the Alumnae Association. — January 1934
Minutes and proceedings of the November 1934 meeting of the Alumnae Association, including reports of the president and of standing committees.
[Article 33:1] Salaries of Alumnae IV. Does a Degree Bring Increased Salary Returns?. — January 1934
In this summary of findings from the JHNAA survey it is reported that increased education seems to be a factor is increasing earnings, but not in all fields. e.g. private duty nursing. It also was found that 48% of all alumnae support someone else besides themselves, with private duty nurses carrying the heaviest burden in this category.
Facts given to Miss Sherman while a student nurse about the hospital cornerstone with the box of records in the large dome, about a group of bricks each of which was named for one member of the first Board of Trustees, and about some odd findings in the water supply system.
The effects of unemployment on nurses who have enjoyed gratification and reward from their profession can be devastating. The article writes of these effects and some suggestions for adjustments. (Excerpts from a longer article in "The Nation", October 11, 1933)
Includes a lengthy letter from Mamie Berry Roots, 1931, on life in Peiping, China, day by day over a week.
[Article 33:2] Alumnae Survey Employment of Alumnae After Marriage. — April 1934
This is the summary of another category in the recent survey of Hopkins Nurse Alumnae. Findings included are 22% of our married alumnae continue full time work, with equal distribution among institutional work, public health and private duty. In addition, the trend towards continuing nursing work after marriage has been increasing, but this tends to decrease with married alumnae with children. Included in the summary are several tables with statistics/averages/percentages.
One (1) brief review of a textbook on Chemistry and one (1) longer one on the effects of the "Five Year Plan" of the Soviet leaders, plus notices of new editions of three (3) other books of nursing interest.
[Article 33:2] Editorials (1) Twenty Years Later. (2) Hopkins Increases its Graduate Staff. (3) Preliminary Education Preparation of Student Nurses. — April 1934
(1) Discussion of endowment funds for schools of nursing as introduction to article in this issue by Amy P. Miller. (2) Increase in graduate staff benefits in both the educational program and the care of patients in the hospital. (3) "Up grade" of pre-admission educational levels of student nurses gives hope to increasing entrance requirements.
[Article 33:2] Honors Come to Elizabeth L. Smellie, 1909 Chief of the Victorian Order of Nurses. — April 1934
Elizabeth Smellie, 1909, has recently been awarded the honor of Commander of The Order of the British Empire for her work in Canada and overseas.
[Article 33:2] News Items (1) Biennial Convention. (2) American Red Cross Convention. (3) Dedication of Delano Memorial.(4) Guest from Abroad. (5) The Recent Graduate and Private Duty. — April 1934
(1) Biennial convention of the three national nursing organizations will be held in Washington, D.C. the end of April. (2) Announcement that convention of American Red Cross will be held in Washington, D.C. in the beginning of April. (3) Announcement of the dedication of a Memorial to Jane Delano and 296 nurses who died in World War I will be dedicated on April 26. (4) A faculty member from a school in Bordeaux, France is visiting to study and observe nursing care in the United States. (5) Fewer recent graduates of the JHH School of Nursing are entering private duty.
(1) Need to increase price of graduate nursing caps because of increase in price of the organdy used to make them. (2) From Ruth B. Sherman comes the continued request for old issues of the Alumnae Magazine.
[Article 33:2] Report of Quarterly Meeting of the Alumnae Association. — April 1934
Minutes and proceedings of the regular quarterly meeting of the JHH Nurses Alumnae Association, including reports of all standing committees.
The writer describes her work in the Virgin Islands with the American Red Cross, principally in social work, with fights to improve health and social care for the many inhabitants, with the obstacles she found and the hurdles she had to leap. She, also, includes descriptions of the physical beauty of the islands and its enviable climate.
[Article 33:2] Twenty Years later A Short History of the Endowment Fund of the Johns Hopkins Nurss' Alumnae Association. — April 1934
Creator: Miller, Amy P.
The writer traces in detail the origin and the progress of the Endowment Fund over the 20 years of its existence including the original committee.
[Article 33:3] Address at the Graduation Exercises of the Johns Hopkins Hospital School for Nurses. — July 1934
Graduation speech given by Harriet Frost, Director of Public Health Nursing, N.Y. Hospital, New York City on the role of the Public Health Nurse in the "war against disease." During her speech, she went over the history of public health nursing, a broad definition of the art of nursing as applying to "sick nursing" and to "health nursing."
[Article 33:3] Advisory Board of the Johns Hopkins Hospital School for Nurses. — July 1934
Summary of the activities of the Advisory Board in its three meetings in March, May and June.
[Article 33:3] Editorials (1) Dr. Williiam Henry Welsh. (2) Membership in Alumnae and Attendance at Meetings. (3) The Biennial Convention. (4) Dedication of the Delano Memorial. — July 1934
Creator: Nutting, M. Adelaide (Mary Adelaide), 1858-1948
(1) Tribute by Adelaide Nutting to Dr. William H. Welsh on his death. (2)Lament and questions about the small numbers of alumnae attending the Aumnae Meetings with decreasing statistics as the graduation year becomes more recent. (3) Encouragement to attend upcoming Biennial Convention of the three largest nursing organizations to be held in Wshington, D.C. (4)Description of the new Delano Memorial to the nurses who died in World War I recently dedicated in Washington, D.C.
Alice Carr (Class of 1914) of Athens,Greece is awarded the Silver Cross of the Order of Phoenix on behalf of the Greek Government for her many contributions to health in the Balkans, most noticeably her work in eradicating malaria from the region. In addition, Miss Carr was alwarded another prize at JHH for her work in the Balkans.
Report given at recent graduation to give her update on conditions in the School and in the hospital, including changes in staff personnel. Included is a lengthy discussion on the new Public Health experience for students.
[Article 33:3] News Items (1) Miss Anna Schwarzenberg Succeeds Miss Reimann. (2) New Address for I.C.N. Headquarters. (3) Foreign Vicitors to the Hopkins. . — July 1934
(1) Retirement of Christiane Reimann as Executive Secretary of the I.C.N. and appointment of Anna Schwarzenberg to succeed her. (2) Renaming of street on which ICN headquarters office is located necessitates new address. (3) Announcements of four foreign visitors to JHH to observe or to give speeches here.
Request for names of ill nurses to be given to the Sick Visiting Committee so the committee can visit of otherwise acknowledge their illnesses.
[Article 33:3] Report of the Forty-Second Annual Meeting of the Alumnae Association. — July 1934
Minutes of the proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Alumnae Association, including reports of president, all standing and special committees, and a full Auditors' Report. Included is a lengthy verbatim discussion of the purpose of the Endowment Fund.
Lengthy and detailed reports of the recent Biennial Convention of Nursing of each branch represented: the American Nurses Association, the National League for Nursing Education, and the National Organization for Public Health Nursing.
In a speech given to the New York Alumnae Association Club, Dr. Richards reviews her history with the school of nursing, her recognition of the importance of nurses, the type of preparation and education for students, her own feelings about removing nursing education from the hospital to academic institutions of learning, the hospital as the "laboratory" for the student nurses,
Brief reviews of four (4) books, a lengthy review of one (1) book -- an autobiography of a physician classmate of the reviewer -- of interest to the nursing and medical community. Also includes mention of new editions of seven (7) other books of possible interest to nursing.
[Article 33:4] Editorials (1) Enrolling for Service. (2) The Florence Nightingale International Foundation Inaugurated. (3) The International Council of Nurses. — October 1934
(1) Appeal for nurses to join the American Red Cross which functions in so many types of disasters. (2) Brief discussion of the newly started Florence Nightingale Foundation with encouragement to read the longer article in the recent American Journal of Nursing. (3) Summary of activities of the July meeting of ICN held in Paris and the need to support "world peace."
[Article 33:4] News Items (1) Our Reunion in Baltimore. (2) Dr. Anna Hamilton Now Honorary Directress. — October 1934
Creator: Wiedenbach, Ernestine
(1) Account of alumnae reunion during the recent Biennial in Washington, D.C. with emphasis on the social get together at the alumnae luncheon. (2) Resignation of the former organizer and director Florence Nightingale School of Nursing at Bordeaux, France. Also after the article are the announcement of a change of instructors at the school and a change in membership of a committee of the Alumnae Association of disposal of alumnae pins.
[Article 33:4] Officers of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Nurses Alumna Association, Inc.. — October 1934
List of current officers and committees of the Alumnae Association 1934 - 1935.