Extension of already known nursing connection of emotions to body illness.
[Article 47:1] Report of the 55th Annual Meeting of the Alumnae Association. — January 1948
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting September 26, 1947 including reports of all standing and special committees.
[Article 47:1] School Activities Report of the Director of the School of Nursing and Nursing Service September 20, 1947. — January 1948
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden
Composition of graduating and entering classes of nursing students; changes in curriculum to meet the changing needs for nurses; employment of nurses at Johns Hopkins Hospital after end of World War II; need for and schools for licensed practical nurses; honors and appointments to Johns Hopkins School of Nursing graduates; changes in personnel.
Announcements of 40-hour weekly work schedule for nurses, beginning salaries for nurses on each work shift; continuing shortage of nurses in hospital with help by "day-by-day" nurses; appeal for more alumnae to work, especially during summer vacation months.
Changes at the JHH, new book on "war medicine" about or by JH people, other relevant news about JH or Baltimore.
[Article 47:2] Editorials (1) Great Nurse -- Great Lady; (2) Calling All Alumnae; (3) Tentative Program for June Homecoming; (4) Ethel M. Holmes. — April 1948
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden ; McMahon, Cecilia A.
Tribute to Alice Fitzgerald '06; present crisis in nursing; status of association of School of Nursing with JHU; tribute to recently deceased alumna -- Ethel Holmes. Includes full page photograph of Alice Fitzgerald as frontispiece.
Brief announcements of members of School of Nursing faculty serving on national committees; request for news items concerning JHH Unit 18 and Unit 118 from World War II; additions to Historical Collection from Miss Nutting; new Executive Secretary for JHNAA (May Ermer McNeill).
Brief announcements: Anna D. Wolf in "Who's Who in America"; founding of JHU on February 23, 1875; retirement of Dr. Bowman as president JHU; number of surgeries during the year; number of pediatric OPD patients per month; research grant to JHU.
[Article 47:3] Editorials (1) Homecoming. (2) Homecoming Activvities. (3) An Appreciation to Virginia Dunbar. — July 1948
Creator: Crosby, Edwin L. ; Mallory, Cynthia ; Betzold, K. Virginia
Changes at JHH with special emphasis on new liasion of JHH School of Nursind with JHU McCoy College. Review of Homecoming activities by chairman of Homecoming committee. Tribute to Virginia Dunbar retiring after nine years as representative to Advisory Board of School of Nursing.
Speech given at graduation of Class of 1948 School of Nursing by Dean Horn of McCoy College, JHU. New "cooperative" program is less than real collegiate school of nursing, but considered by the Dean as "greater trbute." Communist threat post WWII can be solved peacefully and the new, peaceful world that will follow. Nursing in this "new world" with its expanding needs and the effects on the new nursing.
[Article 47:3] Nurses on Duty at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.. — July 1948
Creator: Warfield, Lillian C.
An alumna is one of two nurses employed at the National Gallery who not only give care as necessary to visitors and employees but also manage Blood Drives, Red Cross Drives.
Difficulties encountered by the School during and after WWII; increase in student enrollment since the end of WWII; new curriculum with content of social, psychological and psychosomatic concepts;effects of Dr. Lucile Brown's recent study of the need for changes in professional nursing education; changes in the Hopkins School of Nursing; changes in faculty and hospital staffing.
Creator: Parker, Natalie ; Gugerty, Helen Merrill ; Turk, Jacqueline (Jackie) Dole ; Young, N. Evangeline ; Harper, Dorothy Samuel ; Sheriff, Mary E. ; Townsend, Alice H. ; Munson, Mercedes Pittman
Brief comments on the following: the annual Fashion Show, Spring Dance, a special evening of music by son of Director of Residences, the Florence Nightingale service, eight students' opinions on use of the Dick Cottage at Sherwood for recreation.
Also listed as "creators" were Betty Burlee and Marion Kummen, who cannot be found as having graduated.
Two new operating rooms add to the improved operating/surgical hospital facilities. (Adapted from J.H.H. News Release)
[Article 47:3] Trends in the Basic Preparation of the Professional Nurse. — July 1948
Creator: Roehner, Veronica Lyons
Increase in general knowledge by public and its effect on expectations of the nurse and in the preparation of the new nurse. Recognizes the shift of emphasis from therapy to prevention, from physical to mental and emotional, from cure to rehabilitation. Also requires working knowledge of economics, sociology, psychology and personality development.