General and detailed account of the multi-faceted professional career --mostly in Public Health -- of Alta Dines on the occasion of her retirement as Director of Department of Educational Nursing of the Community Service Society of New York City.
Seven (7) brief announcements: honors to Drs. Lowell Reed and Helen Taussig; television show "The Johns Hopkins science Review"; lecuture by Dr. J. M. T. Finney, Jr; interpreter service at JHH; JHHSON with first copy of 1st edition of Nutting and Dock's "History of Nursing"; creation of central storekeepers at JHH; William Thomas in 60th year at JHH.
Some "harassing, almost unbelievable episodes" from probation period 0f Mrs. Cullen 1900
[Article 48:2] Miss Nutting's Contribution to Nursing Education. — April 1949
Creator: Taylor, Effie J.
Personal and professional biography of Miss Nutting concentrating on her innovations and visions in nursing education and on her nursing role at JHHSON, Columbia Teacher's College and the world as a whole.
Article by a graduating student from Class of 1949 about the "great transformation" occurring now in nursing from a trade to a profession, but speaking of the lack of a "nursing science," the research that forms the foundation of nursing practice.
Turtle Derby; plans for enlarging JHH Medical Center; smallest baby admitted to premature nursery; outside recreation for JHH staffs; meeting of JHH History Club;reception to honor long-time employees of JHH; appointments and honors and adventures of nursing and medical staffs.
Reports of the president and treasurer, other business at the Homecoming Annual Meeting, presentation of new officers, May 30, 1949. Includes full page of small photographs taken at Homecoming opposite page 138.
[Article 48:3] School Activities Graduation Exercises May 31, 1949. — July 1949
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden
Changes in student nurse program after World War II, the joint program with JHU, withdrawals and new appointments in the School and in nursing in the hospital, continued striving for higher professional status and goals.
[Article 48:3] Summary of the Work of the Writing of the History Committee. — July 1949
Creator: McVicar, Jessie Black
Former chairman of committee to write history of the JHHSON recounts the steps in beginning the writing -- obtaining an author, some of the research and assistance from many people.
Opening of the Dick Cottage at Sherwood 1948, its use and pleasure given to students; the addition of the station wagon for use in transportation to and from the cottage.
[Article 48:3] The Diagnostic and Therapeutic Uses of Radioisotopes in Medicine. — July 1949
Creator: Asper, Samuel P.
Increased interest and activity in Biophysics at the JHU, especially after development of atom bomb during World War II; diseases and conditions that can use this new technology.
[Article 48:3] The Re-Evaluation of the Control of Obstetric Pain. — July 1949
History of attempts to relieve obstetric pain culminating in a discussion of the "more than 68 standard technics" currently used to relieve the pain of labor; the principle methods used at the JHH at the current time with the analysis of the present study to determine the most effective ways.
History and development of the Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing, its present activities and the school program, status of nursing "training schools" in general, further work to be done. (Address given at Homecoming JHNAA, May 1949)
Brief announcements of study in Baltimore of lead poisoning, contributors to newspaper articles on psychiatric topics, incidence of polio and typhoid, progress in search for a preventative for tooth decayother developments at Johns Hopkins Hospital, honors and appointments to personnel at Johns Hopkins Hospital.