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

[Serial Volume 81] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumni Magazine (1982). — 1982

[Serial Volume 81:1] Johns Hopkins Nurses Alumni Magazine (September, 1982). — 1982, September. — 1 issue

[Article 81:1] A Quiet Desperation. — September 1982
Creator: Eanes, Beverly E.
Discussion by JHH nurse alumna of years working in Thailand as a nurse-widwife, especially time spent and served in a refugee camp.
Several photographs accompany the article

[Article 81:1] Carolyne Davis Heads Federal Health Care Financing Administration. — September 1981
Appointment as first nurse to hold this position. Article is biographical and is followed by an interview with Dr. Davis about the position and the advantages of a nurse holding this position.

[Article 81:1] Class Celebrates 25th. — September 1982
Creator: Sanborn, Allie M.
Review of the activities and attendees at Homecoming at the 25th reunion of the Class of 1955

[Article 81:1] Cross-Cultural Consultation. — September 1982
Creator: Clift, Judith M.
The slow process of establishing a good working relationship with the Austrian community by a young American nurse.
The rewards of this slow process in gaining the end result

[Article 81:1] Deaths. — September 1982

[Article 81:1] Evening College Appoints Nursing Director. — September 1982
Dr. Carol Gray appointed Nursing Director in Evening College to meet need of BSN program availability

[Article 81:1] Homecoming Highlights. — September 1982
In letter form, this is the plan of activities and other needed information for Homecoming, October 29 and 30, 1982.

[Article 81:1] Nursing Turnover Syndrome. — September 1982
Factors related to Nursing Turnover problem; nursing turnover as cause of increased costs in hospitals. Discussion of how to keep nurses in their positions, several of which relate directly to the nurses' desired need for more autonomy in their positions.
Written by Cathy Carew, Sr. Clinical Nurse in Department of Medicine JHH

[Article 81:1] Red Cross Honors Ruth Freeman. — September 1982
Award to Ruth Freeman of Red Cross's highest award, the Florence Nightingale Medal
Emphasis of Miss Freeman's support of community-based nursing
(Reprinted fron JH School of Hygiene and Public Health)

[Article 81:1] Slate of Officers. — September 1982
Nominations for new officers of JHNAA for vote at next Homecoming Annual Meeting.

[Article 81:1] The 89th Annual Meeting. — September 1982
Proceedings of the annual Homecoming meeting of JHNAA 1981 including report of president and annual reports of all standing and special committees.