Minutes of the proceedings of the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Nurses Alumni Association including reports from the president, chairmen of standing and special committees, a full Treasurer's/Auditors' report, and election of new officers.
[Article 75:1] In-Home Health Services -- A View to the Furture. — January 1976
Creator: Bower, Phyllis A.
Implications for nursing education towards practice in home health care services.
[Article 75:1] Inpatient Nursing: What Is and What Ought To Be. — January 1976
Creator: Allison, Sarah Elizabeth
Decentralization of responsibility for care to specific Functional Units; development of Primary Nursing for patient care; development of new pilot program for nursing at Wilmer focusing on career development: the Nurse Practitioner-Scholar program.
[Article 75:1] Nursing Education at Johns Hopkins: A New Beginning. — January 1976
Creator: Partridge, Kay B.
Introduction to new nursing program within JHU School of Health Services in speech delivered at alumni meeting at Homecoming 1975.
[Article 75:1] Nursing Education for Quality Nursing Practice. — January 1976
Creator: Davis, Carolyn Kahle
Review of history of nursing education to growth of baccalaureate schools and increased accountability for patient care, education vs. training. Changes in nursing education from "how to" to "how come." Initiation and use of peer review systems in patient care. Former and current control of health care by physicians alone. Need to change attitudes in nursing education and relations with physicians. Components of "new professional model." Increase in use of scientific inquiry for improvement of clinical practice.
1) Have changes in nursing education from diploma to baccalaureate been at the expense of patient care? 2) Changes in nursing education without substantiation by research. 3) Emphasis of existing nursing research on nurse practitioner vs. patient care. 4) Development and use of "physician's assistants." 5) Current research in early 1970's. 6) Paradox in defining role of nurse practitioners.
[Article 75:1] Presentations by Johns Hopkins University Nursing Students. — January 1976
Creator: Zeltzman, Michael ; Herman, Beverly A.
Two students in the new school of nursing on what they have expected and what they have received -- and continue to receive -- from nursing school
Introduction to the new Inservice programs aimed at increasing both theoretical knowledge and clinical skills. These inservices include four (4) nurse refresher courses.
[Article 75:2] Reflections on a Hopkins' Study of Nursing in Iran. — April 1976
Creator: Sturm, Patrice Lynn
Report on the experiences of Doris Armstrong who spent six (6) weeks touring hospitals and talking with nurses in Iran, beirut and England. The article also touches on the general status of women in Iran and the effect this had on nurses and nursing. The article also gives suggestions by Miss Armstrong to correct the situation.
Three (3) JHH nurses honored at ANA convention celebrting the Bicentennial of Nursing: Isabel Hampton Robb, M. Adelaide Nutting, and Lavinia Dock. Article includes activities of the three and their significance. The article also includes the details of the evening activities by the Hopkins alumni.
Honors to Doris Armstrong as she leaves her position as Director of Nursing to assume similar positions at the Hartford Hospital. Tributes were delivered by Margaret Evering, Connie Waxter plus a portrait of Miss Armstrong was unveiled.
Accompanied by a photo of Miss Armstrong unveiling her portrait.