Review of newer tranquilizing drugs with the limitations, side effects, and advantages of each.
[Article 57:1] What Does Nursing Mean to You? Address given at Convocation Exercises JHHSON October 4, 1957. — January 1958
Beginning with nursing from the narrow view of technical competencies to seeing nursing as helping patients and families to solve health problems.(By Faye Abdellah, Chief, Nursing Education Branch, Division of Nursing Resources of Public Health Services.)
Full page copy of M. A. Nutting portrait at beginning of issue in honor of 100th anniversary of her birth
[Article 57:2] Mary Adelaide Nutting's Philosophy of Nursing and its Implications for the Future Development of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. — April 1958
Creator: Stewart, Isabel M.
Story of the path of learning and reasoning followed by Miss Nutting in her development of the idea of nursing education being located in educational institutions where students were treated as "students" and not as "apprentices."
Memories of association with Miss Nutting by the author during her attendance to Teachers College Columbia in pursuit of a graduate nursing degree.
[Article 57:2] The Contribution of a University School of Nursing to the University. — April 1958
Creator: Harms, Mary Terwilliger
Not only are universities good for nursing education but nursing education in universities has proved good for the universities, including combining study with practice, new methods for helping learning, getting more capable women into universities, new areas for research.
[Article 57:2] The Development of Collegiate Program in Nursing. — April 1958
Creator: Nahm, Helen
The need for the improvement of nursing in the world through the broader education of nurses in academic settings.
A history of the status of nursing education at Hopkins from Miss Nutting's first idea of a university school of nursing through the work to obtain this to the present state of the university-based school at Hopkins as unrealized.
The importance for all of nursing for psychology, sociology, the sciences, histories, geography, language, appreciation of the arts and humanities. Concern of nursing for all parts of health: emphasis on health rather than simply curing of disease. These are why collegiate schools are needed.
One nurse's story of Miss Nutting at Teachers College, Columbia as the one who "opened the door of a university" to nurses.
[Article 57:2] The Preliminary Course for Nurses, The Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing. — April 1958
Creator: McVicar, Jessie Black
Establishment in 1901 by Miss Nutting of "Preliminary Course" for student nurses to learn the theory and practice of nursing before assignment to ward duty, later known as the "Pre-Clinical" part of their education, the identification of these students in pink uniforms and called "Pinkies."
[Article 57:2] The Role of Collegiate Schools in Public Health Nursing. — April 1958
Creator: Barnard, Mildred
Collegiate level education for public health nurses is especially appropriate and necessary.
[Article 57:2] Where Does the Public Obtain a Full View of Nursing School Needs?. — April 1958
Creator: Dunbar, Virginia
The narrow view of nursing school needs when part of the hospital as opposed to the appeal for public funds for university needs: practical items such as better residences vs. need for funds for better or more faculty; possible causes for this and ways to improve it (essentially to have schools of nursing as part of universities).