Creator: Eastman, Nicholson J. (Nicholson Joseph), 1895-
With 75% of births in world delivered by untrained attendants, the need for additional training is essential, especially due to the impossibility of training adequate numbers of trained midwives for these areas.
Description of a new World Health Organization program in Hong Kong of work done with refugees from many different countries with many different cultures. Also covered in the article are the attention the programs have received throughout the world and plans for the future.
Donations and brief tributes to recently deceased alumnae Anna Mary Warder and Frances Abernathy.
[Article 55:1] In the Philippines -- a Diversified but Satisfying Life. — January 1956
Creator: Spessard, Lottie M.
Alumna's experiences as a missionary nurse in the Philippines from arrival in 1924 until present time, from a single Mission hospital to three hospitals, from director of the program to starting new program in "the mountains." Includes experiences during WWII and adventures in hiding, etc.
Activities since retirement of Miss Wolf and before arrival of Mrs. Price. These include: deaths of Miss Warder and Miss Abernathy, new appointments, graduation exercises in September for 14 students, admission of new class of 98 students for the Class of 1958, faculty members on L-O-A for advanced study.
Description of World Health Organization's program in Thailand, described as too rapid for the inhabitants to keep up with. Health (both remedial and preventive) and education are discussed in relative detail.
[Article 55:1] Officers and Committees J.H. H. Nurses Alumnae Association. — January 1956
Listing of the oficers, Board of Directors, chairmen of standing and special committees, plus listing of the membership of each committee. (In this indexing, only the chairmen are listed unless there is no chairman designated, in which case all the members are llisted.)
[Article 55:1] Origin of the Alumnae Association Minutes of the First Meeting of the Alumnae Association (1901). — January 1956
Creator: Thayer, Susan Chisolm Read
[Article 55:1] Reflections of a 1914 Graduate of JHH at Graduation -- September 17, 1955. — January 1956
Creator: Dines, Alta Elizabeth
The challenges and opportunites open to nurses at that time and in the future; the importance of the meeting of patient/family needs vs. the mere numbers of nurses; her personal experiences and those of several other JHHSON alumnae.
Need for other means to support Gate House Shop since the razing of the buildings on Broadway.
[Article 55:2] Current Problems in Higher Education Address given at the Annual Dinner of the JHH School of Nursing Alumnae Association, May 24. 1954. — April 1956
Creator: Horn, Francis
Discussion of several problems in higher education: Aristocratic vs. Democratic concepts, the Intellectual vs. the Whole Man concept, the Liberal vs. the Vocational concept, financing higher education.
Progress and difficulties vs. progress in the seven schools of nursing in Lebanon (six in Beirut and one in Tripoli) by alumna who has been there for nine years as Director of the School of Nursing and Nursing Service at the American University of Beirut.
[Article 55:2] Present Constitution and By-Laws J.H.H. Nurses' Alumnae Association. — April 1956
Brief biographies and/or tributes to recently deceased alumnae
[Article 55:2] What Do You Seek? Address at Candlellight Service November 22, 1955. — April 1956
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden
The broader concept of nursing "skills" as including the "why" and the consideration of the individual and his/her needs, judgments without egotism; the seeking of companionable fellowship; a means of social and economic security. Most important is the realization of "caring for people."