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30 Most Famous Nurses in History #nursebuff #famousnurses #vintagenurses

30 Most Famous Nurses in History #nursebuff #famousnurses #vintagenurses

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Louise McManus, the first nurse to earn a Ph.D., was central to establishing schools of nursing in colleges and universities, which provided the fundamental basis for a nursing science to evolve. McManus created the Institute for Nursing Research at Teachers College, Columbia University, and worked tirelessly with the state boards of nursing, state legislators and national nursing organizations to develop a standardized national approach to nursing licensure.

Louise McManus, the first nurse to earn a Ph.D., was central to establishing schools of nursing in colleges and universities, which provided the fundamental basis for a nursing science to evolve. McManus created the Institute for Nursing Research at Teachers College, Columbia University, and worked tirelessly with the state boards of nursing, state legislators and national nursing organizations to develop a standardized national approach to nursing licensure.

Pioneers: Bellevue Hospital was known for its pioneering techniques and producing some of the finest doctors and nurses in America with its training

The weird and wonderful world of 'modern' medicine: Fascinating pictures from America's oldest public hospital so how far treatment has come in just 60 years

Pioneers: Bellevue Hospital was known for its pioneering techniques and producing some of the finest doctors and nurses in America with its training

Historical Roles in Early Nursing: Nurse Andernach 1910

Historical Roles in Early Nursing: Nurse Andernach 1910

Capping ceremony, Providence Hospital School of Nursing, Portland, Oregon, 1950s by Providence Archives, Seattle, via Flickr

Capping ceremony, Providence Hospital School of Nursing, Portland, Oregon, 1950s by Providence Archives, Seattle, via Flickr

Cicely Mary Saunders  As a nurse, social worker and doctor, she established new methods of pain control and also focused on spiritual and emotional aspects of the dying by caring for the whole person. This led to the development of palliative care and contemporary hospice.

Cicely Mary Saunders As a nurse, social worker and doctor, she established new methods of pain control and also focused on spiritual and emotional aspects of the dying by caring for the whole person. This led to the development of palliative care and contemporary hospice.

Nurses continued to wear the long “fever-proof” gowns, with hats that served little purpose beyond identification. No gloves or masks were worn.

Historic Nursing Uniforms: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Nurses continued to wear the long “fever-proof” gowns, with hats that served little purpose beyond identification. No gloves or masks were worn.

Baby incubator, World's Fair 1904

Baby incubator, World's Fair 1904

Nurse with patient, St. Louis Children's Hospital, 1956.

Nurse with patient, St. Louis Children's Hospital, 1956.

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