Index of the Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine in the Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions


[Serial Volume 59] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (1960). — 1960

[Serial Volume 59:1] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (January, 1960). — 1960, January. — 1 issue

[Article 59:1] Career Changes. — January 1960
Announcement that Anne McQuade '41 had been appointed Mental Health Nurse Consultant VNS New York.

[Article 59:1] Changes to The Hopkins. — January 1960
First there is a description of the new buildings around the medical institutions. This is followed by the description of physical changes via repair within the hospital itself. (Adapted from "Under the Dome," Vol.8., No. 2, November 1959)
Physical changes in the hospital

[Article 59:1] Convocation Address Class of 1962. — January 1960
Creator: Kurban, Helena Lu-Affatt
This welcome to the field of nursing to the class of new students includes a brief tracing of the path from its earliest times to the present time with such inconsistency in nursing in the different places in the world.

[Article 59:1] Deaths. — January 1960

[Article 59:1] Editorial. — January 1960
Creator: Kurban, Helena Lu-Affatt
Ways of supporting the JHNAA and the need for such support

[Article 59:1] Marriages. — January 1960

[Article 59:1] Presentation of Mary Sanders Price Portrait. — January 1960
Creator: Brodkin, Harriet
Brief account of ceremony of unveiling of portrait of Mary S. Price. Includes full page black and white photograph of portrait.

[Article 59:1] Report on School of Nursing and Nursing Service. — January 1960
Creator: Price, Mary Sanders
Report from Director of the School and Nursing Service of the description of the new class of student nurses, changes in the faculty in the school and in the hospital, also some of the physical changes.

[Article 59:1] The Student Viewpoint. — January 1960
Creator: Urch, Joan
The nurse has more responsibilities than the care of the sick. This writer stressess the need for nurses to become part of the activities to meed the social and economic needs of the communities.

[Serial Volume 59:2] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (April, 1960). — 1960, April. — 1 issue

[Article 59:2] A Gift of Honors. — April 1960
Creator: Kurban, Helena Lu-Affatt
Thanks for citations and other memorabilia sent to Historical Library from I.Gertrude Bunting (1915).

[Article 59:2] Deaths. — April 1960

[Article 59:2] Editorials. — April 1960
Creator: Kurban, Helena Lu-Affatt
Editorial about changes in nursing and what we need to "go forward."

[Article 59:2] Editorial. — April 1960
Creator: Scher, Betty Borenstein
Several short "editorials": (1) Come to Homecoming this year; (2) the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mrs. Robb; (3) need for increased eduation for our nursing leaders; (4) welcome to our new Executive Secretary.

[Article 59:2] In Memoriam. — April 1960
Creator: Scher, Betty Borenstein ;  Bunting, I. Gertrude ;  Whalen, Mary Olive ;  King, Augusta Browder
Brief In Memoriam tributes to three (3) of our recently deceased alumnae.

[Article 59:2] Isabel Hampton Robb Quotation. — April 1960
Creator: Robb, Isabel Hampton, 1859-1910
The importance of the quality of care more than the amount of work by JHSON students as the best in nursing.

[Article 59:2] Marriages. — April 1960

[Article 59:2] Nursing Education in a Community College. — April 1960
Creator: Bowman, Helen D.
Description of the trial programs in California of two years in community colleges to graduate RN's. The article also answers or responds to questions about such programs, e.g. "will...graduates be R.N.'s in the same sense that other graduates are?" or "what kind of a nurse will this new graduate be?" At the end of 1963, reports will be given by the schools to the state to ascertain their effectiveness.

[Article 59:2] The Beginning of the Evolution of Collegiate Education in Nursing. — April 1960
Creator: Bridgman, Margaret
From the graduate courses first given at Teachers College, Columbia to various postdiploma courses in specialized areas, nursing is now embarking on advanced education for the "skills of nursing" in particular. This is to ensure that the increased education increases the nurses' education in NURSING. The advanced education of nurses must be advanced in "nursing situations" as opposed to "student practice." The article also discusses Baccalaureate Degree Programs and Advanced Programs.
Excerpts from larger article in "Yearbook of Modern Nursing 1958 - 1959 3rd edition

[Article 59:2] The Future of Nursing. — April 1960
Creator: Fox, Samuel L., M.D.
As the roles of nursing have become diversified and often away from patient care, it is necessary that nursing establish itself as a full profession, away from the control by physicians and hospital administrators. The writer discusses nursing as an "education," not a "training," the need for collegiate programs requiring tuition. The conclusion proposes the end of the 3-year program; the affiliation with universities; the training of "clinical nurses" rather than "practical nurses"; the support of physicians and hospital administrators to support the changes.

[Article 59:2] The Young Isabel Hampton. — April 1960
Creator: Johns, Ethel
This is the story of Mrs. Robb from her earlier days before becoming a nurse, then her growth from patient care at Bellevue and St. Paul's House, time in Europe, finally to guiding the new Johns Hopkins Nursing School for four years until her marriage.

[Serial Volume 59:3] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (July, 1960). — 1960, July. — 1 issue

[Article 59:3] "P.R.N." Cartoon. — July 1960
Creator: Barnard, Mildred
Page 44 "I went on the hospital tour"
Page 60 "In some ways I feel that it's more challenging than active nusing."

[Article 59:3] Alumnae News. — July 1960

[Article 59:3] Deaths. — July 1960

[Article 59:3] Editorials. — July 1960
Creator: Kurban, Helena Lu-Affatt
(1) Encouragement to attend Homecoming. (2) The purpose of the Alumnae Magazine.

[Article 59:3] Hope for a New Tradition. — July 1960
Making donations to the Education Fund should be a tradition for the 10th reunion class at Homecoming.

[Article 59:3] Marriages. — July 1960

[Article 59:3] Report of 68th Annual Meeting. — July 1960
Minutes of activity of meeting
President's Report
Report of Representatives to Advisory Board Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing
Committee Reports
Biographical Information

[Article 59:3] Three Important Actions. — July 1960
Actions taken at Homecoming Annual Meeting 1960: Letter about collegiate status for the school sent to Dr. Nelson; special committee appointed about the future of the Gate House Shop; rising costs for Alumnae Magazine.

[Serial Volume 59:4] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (October, 1960). — 1960, October. — 1 issue

[Article 59:4] Alumnae News. — October 1960

[Article 59:4] Award Florence Nightingale Medal of International Red Cross. — October 1960
Small photograph of Margaretta Craig receiving Florence Nightingale Medal of International Red Cross from President of India.

[Article 59:4] Cartoon. — October 1960
Creator: Barnard, Mildred

[Article 59:4] Class News Class of 1935. — October 1960
Class news after 25th reunion

[Article 59:4] Class News Class of 1940. — October 1960
Class news of 20th reunion Class of 1940

[Article 59:4] Deaths. — October 1960

[Article 59:4] Editorials. — October 1960
Creator: Scher, Betty Borenstein
Progress of SON to collegiate status
Participation in JHNAA activities

[Article 59:4] Gate House Shop Closed. — October, 1960
Brief announcement of its closing with the promise of details in the next issue.

[Article 59:4] In Memoriam. — October 1960

[Article 59:4] International Council of Nurses and Its Educational Activities. — October 1960
Creator: Broe, Ellen
The different educational projects and activities to raise the standards for nursing throughout the world.

[Article 59:4] Marriages. — October 1960

[Article 59:4] Nursing Education in Canada. — October 1960
Nursing Programs offered in Canada 1960