The year of FIRSTS for the JHHNAA: Homecoming in a single day, publication of the history of the JHHSON, Gate House Shop weekly Rummage Sales in the hospital, election of Heln Gross Fallon for a second term as president of JHHNAA.
[Article 54:1] Graduation Address Address at September 18, 1954 graduation of the JHHSON. — January 1955
Director of the Nursing Services, League of Red Cross Societies speaks of the World Horizons in Nursing: what is the "world family" and the roles of all nurses in it, the influence of the ICN and the World Health Organization of the United Nations: the national and international levels. Includes International Code of Nursing Ethics.
Donations made to various areas of the JHHNAA in memory of several recently deceased alumnae, plus a donation by the family of recently deceased Alma Jacobs, a long time employee of the Gate House Shop.
Creator: Preston, Ruth Ann ; Brack, Annabelle Gleason ; McNeill, May Ermer ; Mason, Jennie Joan Sulli
Christmas at Hopkins; The History of the JHSON sales; donation by Mary B. Dixon Cullen of the Cullen House to American Cancer Society; increase in cost of Hopkins cap from 50 cents to seventy-five cents.
General discussion: unknown causes, distribution, different clinical forms of the disease with prognoses and treatments, progression of chronic -- and milder -- form to deadly "Systemic Lupus Erythematosis."
Speech at Homecoming banquet of JHHNAA using great figures in the history of the world and the history of medicine to illustrate great changes and their effects on progress. Included Galileo, Newton, Michelangelo, Leonardo de Vinci, John Abel, William Welsh, Paul Ehrlich, Frederick Banting, etc. to the modern day.
[Article 54:3] Graduation Address Address given at Graduation Excercises JHHSON May 23, 1955. — July 1955
Creator: Eliot, Martha M. (Martha May), 1891-1978
Changes in art of medicine through the years with the growth of preventive care, with contributions of nursing to this growth, how this growth of knowledge can lead to maintaining health in ourselves and our children. Talk takes people through eight stages of life, with emphasis on growth of children.
Tribute to and short biographical information on Anna D. Wolf on the occasion of her retirement as Director of the School of Nursing and Nursing Service on July 1, 1955. A full-page black-and-white photograph of Miss Wolf is on the page preceding the article.
Review of the year's activities concerning the School of Nursing including: reminiscing about advances from earlier times, discussion of activities and character of current class, strengthing of faculty and its activities, needed studies, trends in nursing education and impact on the JH School of Nursing, recognition of sources of help for achievements.
Review of activities and programs during the May 1955 convention of the National League for Nursing
[Article 54:3] The Medical, Surgical and Emotional Aspects of Treatment in the case of Mrs. X -- a Thirty-Eight Year Old White Woman with Mitral Stenosis. — July 1955
Creator: Warlick, Margaret Anne Buchanan ; Herr, Emily G. Vondersmith
Case study that was to have been presented after the Homecoming Annual Meeting. Patient was present at the meeting and spoke of the excellent care she had received in all of her eight admissions to the hospital.
[Article 54:3] Tribute to Miss Anna D. Wolf from the Class of 1955. — July 1955
Creator: Denny, Barbara Lawler
Tribute to Anna D. Wolf upon her retirement by the graduating Class of 1955 citing her role as "gentle leader" and "inspiring teacher."