[Article 45:1] First Brogden Memorial Lecture The Clinical Teaching of Social Medicine. — January 1946
Speech delivered at JHH, October 22, 1945 on the teaching of social medicine to medical students at the bedside about the importance of the integration of social elements with the biological or physico-chemical needs of the patient. He emphasizes the doctor-patient relationship and seeing the patient "as a whole."
News gathered from various sources, letters, returning nurses, etc. on individual members of nursing units during World War II.
[Article 45:1] Officers and Committees of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Nurses Alumnae association, Inc. 1945 - 1946. — January 1946
Listing of officers and committee chairmen and members for coming year.
[Article 45:1] Report of a Representative of the Alumnae on the School of Nursing Advisory Board. — January 1946
Creator: Dunbar, Virginia
Reasons for presentation of recommendation in March 1944 that (1) a baccalaureate degree be requirement for admission to the school of nursing and (2) steps be taken as promptly as possible to establish the school as a university school of nursing.
Letter to nurses of 118th General Hospital from their commamding officer, letter to "JHH Friends" from member of the 118th, brief announcement of commendation to the 118th.
[Article 45:1] The Maryland Professional Counseling and Placement Service. — January 1946
Creation of a plan for a "national placement service" for nurses through nursing-run state organizations.
[Article 45:1] The United Nations Organization and World Peace. — January 1946
Talk given on the importance of the newly created United Nations Organization in preserving peace and promoting stability throughout the world as post-war so much turmoil and struggle exist. (Talk given at Alumnae Meeting, September 18, 1945 by Mrs. Frank Otenasek, Assistant Professor of Economics at Tinity College, Washington, D.C.)
[Article 45:2] Book Reviews (1) Oral Health. (2) Medical Nursing. (3) Women and Men. (4) Fundamentals of Bacteriology. — April 1946
Creator: Kennedy, Loula ; Struve, Mildred ; Owen, F. Carrington
Reviews of four books: (1) role of the nurse in prevention and care of dental disease with which about 96% of all school children are "afflicted"; (2) a new textbook emphasizing the patient as an individual and the need for care of the whole patient; (3) examination of the common beliefs and theories of the differences between men and women, how to use each of them; (4) third edition of classic text on the subject with rearrangement of material/chapters and less emphasis on toxonomy.
Article on Mrs. Heilman on her retirement after a career in World War I, in the Red Cross, with anti-tuberculosis work, working in Italy, Serbia, Greece and back in the United States. Recognition of her work and special honors to her are numerous, including the Florence Nightingale Medal in 1933.
The writers cite the advantages of Hopkins for student nurses but also the fear that the school will be losing the best students to university schools of nursing. They urge the authority from the hospital Board of Trustees to seek endowment funding from individuals and foundations.
[Article 45:2] Evelyn Pope Lord and the Fiftieth Birthday of the IVNA. — April 1946
Letter written by 83 year old man recalling memories from being the fourth person to receive an appendectomy in 1890 to Mrs Lord after reading in the Sunpaper of the 50th birthday of the IVNA in Baltimore. Includes article that brought the response.
Brief reviews of (1) the new curriculum, (2) a 48-hr week for all students, (3) correlation of theory and practice, (4) public health experience, (5) senior Cadets from other schools, (6) recruitment of students.
Creator: Gilkey, Helen Huberty ; Hess, Joan Chesney ; Reeslund, Rosella Potter ; Hamilton, Virginia Adele Pfitsch
(1) Senior Cadet Nurse Experience in the DVNS. (2) Senior Cadet Nurse Experiences in the Army at Newton Baker General Hospital with many different specialties, with the Indian Service at the Tacoma Indian Hospital in the state of Washington, at the Veterans Administration in Perry Point, MD.
History of habit of three-to-four week post-operative bed rest changing to early ambulation after one or two days bed rest after observation and experimentation. Includes history of "early rising" as an idea in 1899. Advantages and disadvantages of bed rest and early rising.
Complete itemized account of financial transactions/funds of the Nurses' Alumnae Association as of April 30, 1946.
[Article 45:3] Book Reviews (1) A Surgeon Looks at Life. (2) The Evolution of Plastic Surgery. (3) Corky the Killer.(4)Health Care of the Family. (5) American Red Cross First Aid Textbook.,. — July 1946
Creator: Kennedy, Loula ; Diller, Doris ; Bunting, I. Gertrude
Reviews of five (5) new books of interest to nurses reviewed by several nurse alumnae.
Tribute to Dr. Dandy at his recent death citing his career of experimental and clinical neurosurgery.
[Article 45:3] Editorials (1) A Tribute to Miss Kennedy. (2) A Ten Years Accomplishment. (3) Membership. (4) Eighth Revision of the Constitution and By-Laws. — July 1946
Creator: Winship, Myrtle Grande ; Athey, Helen S. Wilmer ; Farrow, Elva Weber
(1)Tribute to Loula Kennedy on her retirement including a full page photograph of Miss Kennedy. (2)Tribute to Claire R. P. Craigen on her retirement from positions of editor of Alumnae Magazine and Executive Secretary of the alumnae office. (3) Appeal for increase in dues-paying members of the Alumnae Association to combat economic "crisis." (4) Specific changes in By-Laws on membership, dues, reduction of committees in the group, creation of a "Headquarters Office," other changes related to duties of the officers and the conducting of business of the Association.
The story of a too little and too young Chinese girl who became a nurse in war-torn China and Japanese occupation to help people and start a hospital at the direction of the occupying forces.
[Article 45:3] Nominees for Office The Johns Hopkins Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association, Inc. 1946 - 1947. — July 1946
[Article 45:3] Plan for Individualizing Patient Care Throughout the Hospital. — July 1946
Creator: Grainger, Margaret F.
Committee designing system of individualized patient care with the nurse assigned to a patient responsible for the total care of tht patient rather than the current system of assignment by "activities."
[Article 45:3] Present Constitution and By-Laws of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association, Inc.. — July 1946
Constitution and By-laws of the JHHSON Alumnae Association followed by proposed changes to be voted on at next Annual Meeting. (Proposed changes not indicated in any special way in the text.)
[Article 45:3] Report of the Director From the Office of the Director of the School of Nursing and Nursing Service. — July 1946
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden
Increase in nurse salaries with decrease of prerequisites (e.g. laundry, rooms, meals, etc.), continuing shortage of nurses. Article contains the item by item detailed JHH Personnel Policies and Practices for Graduate Nurses as of June 1, 1946.
[Article 45:3] Student Nurses Section Abstracts from the First Student Panel Discussion Presented to the Faculty of the Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing. — July 1946
Creator: Reep, Margaret Allen
Students discuss their own responsibilities for professional and personal growth.
New station wagon for use by Hopins nurses is gift from Gate House Shop in honor of Christina Dick. Article stresses that not all of the donations came from alumnae, plans for "housewarming" for cottage.
Limitless nursing opportunities of the future demand continual learning, the importance of awareness of all health and welfare issues, the many questions that need study and resolution.(Commencement address at JHHSON commencement February 18, 1946)
In Memoriam tribute to recently deceased Dr. Hamman.
[Article 45:4] Editorials (1) A Tribute to Miss Wasserberg. (2) Maryland Professional Counseling and Placement Service. — October 1946
Creator: Wallis, G. Eileen McLaughlin
(1) Congratulations to Miss Wasserberg on new position as hostess at the JHU dormitories. (2) New service in Maryland of ANA established May 25, 1945 to offer direction and help to health care personnel.
[Article 45:4] General Policies for the Use of the Christina M. Dick Cottage, Sherwood Forest. — October 1946
Rules for use of the Dick Cottage near Annapolis by students of The Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing.
The purpose of nursing is unchanged in a world that is changing scientifically, economically, educationally, and industrially. New problems for the nurse with suggested solutions are presented in this article. The article is a summary of a Nursing Council Associates' meeting in New York City.
[Article 45:4] Nursing School Announcements From the Office of the School of Nursing and Nursing Service. — October 1946
Changes in personnel and curriculum in the School of Nursing, the initiation of the postwar curriculum with citation of the changes, list of members of the graduating class now working at JHH.
[Article 45:4] Recent Changes in the Medical School Faculty and Hospital Staff. — October 1946
Retirement or death of several physicians and their replacements in Pediatrics, Medicine, and Urology.
Contents of letter to graduate of first class of JHH Training School for Nurses recalling his own illness and the illness of his wife. Letter states appreciation of the members of this Class of 1891 with whom he came in contact.
[Article 45:4] Report of the Director of the School of Nursing. — October 1946
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden
Comments about the graduating class of 1946 and the changed world since they entered the school,the continuing shortage of nurses, changes in the personnel/faculty of the JHH and JHHSON, establishment of new play activities for children at Harriet Lane, changes in personnel policies beneficial to nursing and nurses.
[Article 45:4] Report of the Quarterly Meeting of the Alumnae Association. — October 1946
Minutes of the meeting of JHHNAA held June 11, 1946 and including reports of all standing and special committees.
Creator: Longcope, Warfield T. (Warfield Theobald), 1877-1953
The education of the nurse in caring for the whole patient, many dramatic occasions, but more often the long attentive care. Graduation as the beginning of the continuing of this education.(Commencement address given June 15, 1946.)