Review of all the activities with the students in the SON after Christmas has been put away for another year.
[Article 61:1] The Alcoholic Patient, the Nurse and the Hospital. — March 1962
Creator: Iber, Frank L.
This is a very thorough discussion on the causes of alcoholism, its causes, reasons for hospitalization, the problems while hospitalized, care of the patient with a table of community sources of assistance for them.
[Article 61:1] The Challenge of Direct Service in Public Health Nursing. — March 1962
Creator: Barnard, Mildred
Although more difficult than in earlier years, public health nursing presents many opportunities in the areas of family and preventive health. Teaching the family is essential to achieve these goals, making this specialty in nursing a "working with" rather than a "doing for."
Coming into being through a grant from the NIH, a clinical unit for pediatric research is now open and in operation. The article writes of the different protocols and precautions operational in this unit, the roles of the families, nurses, physicians, dietary department. Balance Studies are discussed in greater detail, with the ultimate objective being to learn.
The article discusses the responsibility to the care of the individual patient but also the responsibility of nursing service to the welfare and morale of those giving this care. The article goes into some detail on this responsibility to various groups involved.
The article points out some ways in which alumnae can help in recruiting candidates for the school. It also gives some details on how the recruitment/admissions is carried out as well as requirements in the application. The article points out the school's appeal is through its reputation and its friendliness.
The many activities within the school are discussed briefly from a spaghetti dinner to welcome the Spring, the Senior Prom, a Spring Choral Concert, the voting for the student officers, new weekly "coffee hours." Special notice is given to a new booklet with the Student Directory.
With the increase in the number and percentage of older people in our society accompanied by a more widespread familial environment, the writer goes over the newer needs of the elderly. The writer goes over the "fears" of the older person who faces illness. Two diseases are discussed in a little more detail: tuberculosis and pneumococcal pneumonia.
In 1940, nitrogen mustard was first used against generalized cancers, such as leukemias. Now, other chemotherapeutic agents are used against localized cancers. This means there are two main groups of these chewmotheerapeutic agents: theose such as nitrogen mustard and the antimetabolite agents. The article tells of the functioning of these two groups, how and when they are used, the treatment of the patients for each type. The article also discusses some of the nursing problems that may be presented.
Brief report of annual conference of Mid-Atlantic (District 2) of American Alumni Council. Some of the discussion at the conference concerned the different schools and their methods, financial support methods, the alumni magazines.
A review of the recently held Turtle Derby with brief summaries of the skits presented between the races. The year's final winner was "Little Turtle out of Mother Turle by Daddy Turtle," with the owner being a Marburg patient.
Creator: MacLean, Sybil ; Shipley, Mary Patterson ; King, Esther V. ; Fee, Rachel ; Flatley, Anna Buchko Dolan ; Farr, Mary ; Roehner, Veronica Lyons ; McVicar, Jessie Black ; Smith, Florence E. ; Wilson, Helen Wright ; Worthington, Ruth ; Stevens, Elizabeth R. ; Boitnott, Carolyn Pope ; Moyer, Carol
President's Report, Treasurer's Report with proposed budget
In Memoriam tribute to Mrs. Jensen on the occasion of her recent death. Also included is a newpaper article from the St. Louis Globe-Democrat on her death. Also included are the many publications to which she had contributed.
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden ; Baty, Harvey ; Kevirian, Lucy
Four (4) tributes to Elizabeth Moser at her recent death: from Anna D. Wolf (Class 1915); from a physician who worked with her in Beirut, Lebanon; the New Orleans newspaper article; from the students at the School of Nursing in Beirut.