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

[Serial Volume 66] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (1967). — 1967

[Serial Volume 66:1] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (March, 1967). — 1967, March. — 1 issue

[Article 66:1] Alumnae News. — March 1967

[Article 66:1] Deaths. — March 1967
Also contains brief In Memoriam tributes to Helen Stelling Schlaepfer (1920) and Lena Oaksford (1921).

[Article 66:1] Fifty Years Ago. — March 1967
Creator: Fitzgerald, Alice Louise Florence, 1874-1962
From Alumnae Magazine Feb. 1917: Excerpts from letters from Alice Fitzgerald from overseas during World War I.

[Article 66:1] Honors to Alumnae: Elizabeth Stephens Holley. — March 1967

[Article 66:1] Human Needs and Human Services. — March 1967
Creator: Freeman, Ruth B.
Complex systems of today make care splintered and confusing for both patient and care givers in public health.
Necessity of good communiction with patient and other care-givers.
Need for new approaches, new methods.
Need for nurse of today to speak for the patient, to assess care given to patient and family.
Need for patient and family to learn to provide own care.
Nurses, alone, cannot provide for all needs of patient and family
(Presented at graduation exercises of Class of 1966, JHHSON, on September 11, 1966)

[Article 66:1] In Memoriam. — March 1967
Creator: Konigmacher, Gwendolyn Devenish ;  Shriver, Ruth T. ;  Wheeler, Marion L.
In Memoriam tributes to two recently deceased alumnae --Helen Stelling Schlaepfer (1920) and Lena Oaksford (1921)-- by their classmates.

[Article 66:1] Marriages. — March 1967

[Article 66:1] Project Hope. — March 1967
Creator: Bradbury, Elizabeth A.
"Adventures" of an alumna in Peru as she meets the three-sided needs of people in Lima, Peru -- "teacher-oriented, school oriented, and community oriented." On the way to "success," there are many stumbling blocks --large and small -- which needed to be overcome. All of the "adventure" is presented with an easy humor.

[Article 66:1] Report of Committee to Promote Nursing Education in the University. — March 1967
Creator: Betzold, K. Virginia ;  Allison, Sarah Elizabeth
1. Urgent need for committee to present ways to transfer "responsibility for nursing education" to the university.
2. Planning for a program at Homecoming (November 3 and 4) to present these ideas for the School of Nursing.
3. Publication in the Magazine of the papers presented at this symposium.

[Article 66:1] Student News. — March 1967
Creator: Dix, Joyce M. ;  Gardner, Susan N.
Candlelight services 1966 with the two student speeches printed in entirety.

[Article 66:1] What's New at Hopkins. — March 1967
from UNDER THE DOME January 1967
Renovations in hospital foreseen with construction during 1967
New park on Broadway median from money donated anonymously.
Increase in salary for nurses

[Serial Volume 66:2] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (June, 1967). — 1967, June. — 1 issue

[Article 66:2] Alumnae News. — June 1967

[Article 66:2] Fifty Years Ago Examination Questiions of the Maryland State Board of Examiners of Nurses, October, 1916. — June 1967
Sampling of examination questions of the MD state Bord of Examiners of Nurses, October 1916
From Nurses Alumnae Magazine February 1917

[Article 66:2] Honors to Alumnae: Alice Isabel Mustard. — June 1967
Professional biography of Alice Isabel Mustard (1933) and her over-30 years at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, FL. The article writes of one picture on her office wall of the hospital when she started aat the "first general duty nurse" in 1935; the second photo on her office wall is of the director of nursing at Hopkins when she was a student nurse there.
From the Miami Herald, February 17, 1967

[Article 66:2] In Memoriam. — June 1967
Creator: Forman, May Reece
Listing of alumnae deaths.
In Memoriam tribute to recently deceased alumna, Juanita Bartlett Thayer (1928)

[Article 66:2] Marriages. — June 1967

[Article 66:2] News of Books and Authors: "Black Market Medicine". — June 1967
Exposure of multi-million dollar counterfeit drug racket in United States with subsequent threat to health of U.S citizens.

[Article 66:2] New Trends in Psychiatric Nursing. — June 1967
Creator: Johnston, Valerie Springer
Characteristics and improved effects of Psychiatric Nursing in a Therapeutic Community concept of psychiatric inpatient care.

[Article 66:2] Report of Nominating Committee. — June 1967
Nominees for election at Fall meeting of JHHNAA

[Article 66:2] Some Recent Technical Advances in Neurosurgery. — June 1967
Creator: Burton, Charles, M.D.
The respected status of the early development at Hopkins of neurosurgery under Drs. Cushing and Dandy.
The diagnostic advances provided by the perfection of echoencephalography and radioisotope brain scanning.
Current concentration of neurosurgery on head trauma
Greater access to the deep brain of modern medicine

[Article 66:2] The Hazards of Change. — June 1967
Creator: Eisenhower, Milton S.
Changes in science and technology and effect of these on roles and interdependence of nations in the world. Effects on higher education and new needs of higher education to met the challenges brought by changes.
Speech to American Alumni Council in Philadelphia, PA January 18, 1967

[Article 66:2] What's New at Hopkins. — June 1967
1.Opening of Kennedy Institute.
2. Use of new Electric Thermometer in Emergency Room.
3. Appointment of Director of Planning for JH medical institutions.

[Serial Volume 66:3] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (September, 1967). — 1967, September. — 1 issue

[Article 66:3] 75 Years. — September 1967
Photographic article of people and activities prominent over 75 years of the JHHSON

[Article 66:3] A School of Nursing in the University -- a Cherished Dream. — September 1967
Creator: Betzold, K. Virginia
Detailed discussion of the history of the efforts for the establishment of a collegiate school of nursing at JHU -- including where they are at that present time.

[Article 66:3] Alumnae News. — September 1967

[Article 66:3] American Nurses' Association First Position on Education for Nursing. — September 1967
The position paper addresses the two chief concerns of the ANA: first, the quality of care for the patient by competent nurses and second the scope of nursing practice.
Education of nurses should take place in institutions of higher learning.
Changes in role of government, pattern of education, health problems of the public.
reprinted in full from the American Journal of Nursing December 1965

[Article 66:3] Honors to Alumnae. — September 1967
Creator: Kuntz, Mary N., 1917-
Honors for three alumnae: Mona Wilson, 1918, elected Woman of the Century by the National Council of Jewish Women; Helen Weber, 1934, teacher of the year at Indiana University School of Nursing; Julia P. Bence, 1943, hospital volunteer of the year at a hospital in Chesapeake, VA.

[Article 66:3] In Memoriam. — September 1967

[Article 66:3] Marriages. — September 1967

[Article 66:3] Preparation for Professional Nursing Practice. — September 1967
Creator: Kreuter, Frances Reiter
Brief review of some of the basic issues for professional practice considered by the ANA in developing its new position paper for nursing education

[Article 66:3] Progress or Decline. — September 1967
Creator: Cuthbert, Betty Liggett
Assessment of how the JHHSON currently meets the needs and changes required by the new trends in nursing education and by the position paper of the ANA

[Article 66:3] School of Nursing News. — September 1967
Retirement of Laila Skinner as first Director of Admissions and Recruitment
List of alumnae attendees to SON luncheon at NLN Conference

[Article 66:3] The Spectrum of Education for Nursing. — September 1967
Creator: Leone, Lucille Petry
The shortage of nurses not only for patient care but for all fields of nursing and health care as well as a shortage in providing all areas of health care.
Nursing has a "therapeutic effect" of its own, besides assisting in assisting in the implementation of other health care plans (i.e. physicians).
Quoting of conversations expressing the need for nurses in ALL branches of health care.
Call for master's level education for nursing.

[Serial Volume 66:4] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumnae Magazine (December, 1967). — 1967, December. — 1 issue

[Article 66:4] Alumnae News. — December 1967

[Article 66:4] Commencement Address -- September 10, 1967. — December 1967
Creator: Bard, Harry
History of the interrelationships of the JHHSON with the other Hopkins institutions.
Personal experiences with illness and nurses.
Need for more nurses to remain in clinical field
Recognition that nursing needs recognition as a profession of its own, not subsidiary to the profession of medicine.

[Article 66:4] Deaths. — December 1967

[Article 66:4] Fifty Years Ago. — December 1967
Creator: Cullen, Mary Bartlett Dixon
from Alumnae Magazine November 1917...article about arrest of Lavinia Dock for "picketing " for Women Suffrage constitutional amendment to U.S. constitution.

[Article 66:4] Honors to Alumnae. — December 1967
Honors to various alumnae: Frances Little (1919), Olive Murphy (1929), Gract Alt (1933), Charlotte Fisher (1928), and Virginia Lee McMaster Foard (1898).
Excerpts from The Oklahoma Journal march 30, 1967 for Miss Little; from The Republic, Columbus, Indiana for Miss Murphy; from the Baltimore Sun for Miss Alt; from The State and Columbia Record, Columbia, SC for Mrs. Foard.

[Article 66:4] In Memoriam. — December 1967
In Memoriam tributes to two alumnae on the occasion of their recent deaths.

[Article 66:4] Marriages. — December 1967

[Article 66:4] Nursing Education and the Johns Hopkins: the Ideas of M. Adelaide Nutting. — December 1967
Creator: Christy, Teresa
Ideas expressed in correspondence of M. A. Nutting and I. Stewart with relevance to nursing of that era and for the future.

[Article 66:4] What's New at Hopkins. — December 1967
Creator: Robinette, Ann
Summary of the events of the school year: summer and vacations, graduation in September, new "Seniors" and new Freshman.