Two alternate proposals: baccalaureate degree program vs. master's degree program. The report gives the advantages of each type.
[Article 71:1] Two Hopkins Nurses Killed, One Seriously Injured in Accident. — April 1972
Automobile accident killed two Hopkins nurses, seriously injured on (Sarah Allison, class of 1953) on their return from a nursing conference in Washington, D.C. The article also includes several tributes to the two who died.
Statistics from the NLN on numbers of admissions to different types of schools of nursing plus numbers of graduation. Emphasis put on esssential need to improve the quality of the education as well as the numbers.
Released by National League for Nursing April 1972
In response to a query about the use of the Cross in nursing, this article gives that history of the eight forms of nursing. It proceeds to the story of the Hopkins' nurses adopting their pin using the Maltese Cross plus the use of the motto "Vigilano," which means more than just the originalsuggested motto "I serve."
[Article 71:3] Address to the Graduating Class School of Nursing The Johns Hopkins Hospital. — Fall 1972
Some changes to nursing now allow the new graduates to choose their own courses in the profession, accepting more responsibility for planning direct patient care, for working beyond the old "handmaiden of the physician" concept. Part of the new job for nurses is managing the doctors of the health care team. He gives to the new graduates three wishes: hard work, intense study, and love -- of all groups of people.
An often humorous review of the course of going through the school of nursing from the first day, the beginnings of friendships, the trials and tribulations of patient care and learning to be a nurse. Also included is the relief from the social life. And the ending is a brief comment on death.