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A group of nursing students at the Beth Israel Hospital, New York, in the early 1940s.

International Nurses Day

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Men in Nursing: What Was It Like During the 1900's? • Nurseslabs

Men in Nursing: What Was It Like During the 1900's?

Two male nurses share their experiences on what was it like being a nurse during the 1900s.

Nurse Uniforms: What's in Your Closet? - American Nurse Today

Nurse Uniforms: What's in Your Closet? - American Nurse

Before entering the locker room, a nurse approaches a large vending machine. After swiping his badge, he presses several buttons on a digital screen. He then removes a pair of correctly sized scrubs from a chamber below, ready to be donned for his upcoming shift. Before he is able to access the scrubs dispenser again, […]

A History Of Dads In Delivery Rooms : Shots - Health News : NPR

This Father's Day, Remembering A Time When Dads Weren't Welcome In Delivery Rooms

For many fathers, the birth of a child is a hugely emotional moment. But not that long ago, few fathers were allowed to participate in the process.

Nurses Association on Twitter: "Great thread for #WomensHistoryMonth… "

Nurses Association on Twitter

“Great thread for #WomensHistoryMonth https://t.co/hvRHRU2IV2”

American Nurse Today on Twitter

“An army #nurse wearing a gas mask as part of gas defense instruction, World War I. #TBT #nursinghistory Source: National Museum of Health and Medicine, Otis Historical Archives https://t.co/XLtnwQv857”

Nurse Uniforms: What's in Your Closet? - American Nurse Today

Nurse Uniforms: What's in Your Closet? - American Nurse

Before entering the locker room, a nurse approaches a large vending machine. After swiping his badge, he presses several buttons on a digital screen. He then removes a pair of correctly sized scrubs from a chamber below, ready to be donned for his upcoming shift. Before he is able to access the scrubs dispenser again, […]

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American Nurse on Twitter

“Instructing nurses on the use of a respirator for a polio patient, c. 1958. #TBT #nurse #nursinghistory pc: Unknown photographer/location, via National Archives.”

American Nurse on Twitter

“Ambulance airplane flight nurses, WWII #TBT https://t.co/EGQX3EkPCd”

Hopkins Med Archives on Twitter: "Happy Friday! Brought to you by these student nurses joking around in the late 1970s. @JHUNursing #FridayFeeling… "

Hopkins Med Archives on Twitter

“Happy Friday! Brought to you by these student nurses joking around in the late 1970s. @JHUNursing #FridayFeeling”

American Nurse Today on Twitter

“Nurses Memorial, 1938. It resides at the top of a slope in Section 21 (the nurses section) of Arlington National Cemetery. The statue looks down the hill to a sea of white military nurses’ headstones and is considered a memorial to nurses in all branches of the service. #TBT”

American Nurse Today on Twitter

“U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps—the nation's first integrated uniformed U.S. service corps— fulfilled an urgent need for nurses during World War II and y 1945, provided 80% of the nursing care in U.S. hospitals. https://t.co/eLpM432XX8 #TBT #nursinghistory”

LiterateIndy on Twitter

“Margaret Hamilton of Indianapolis, Indiana, was the first American war nurse to die on duty, 1915. #MemorialDay #WW1 https://t.co/lR8vw6VbOm”