Nursing education in a changing society, edited by Mary Q. Innis.
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Innis, Mary Quayle.
University of Toronto. School of Nursing.
Education, Nursing -- Canada.
History of Nursing -- Canada.
Nursing -- Study and teaching -- Canada.
244 p. 23 cm.
Published on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the University of Toronto School of Nursing.
Bibliography: p. -244.
1. Social change, specialization, and science: Where does nursing stand by O. Hall.--2. Nursing and the law: The history of legislation in Ontario by D. G. Riddell.--3. Nursing as a profession by D. J. Kergin.--4. The development of university nursing education by M. K. King.--5. The University of Toronto School of Nursing: An agent of change by H. M. Carpenter.--6. The development of nursing education at the diploma level by B. Duncanson.--7. The emergence of the nursing assistent by M. G. Russell.--8. An administrator's view of nursing education by J. D. Wallace.--9. The education of the public health nurse by J. C. Leask.--10. A general practitioner considers nursing education by M. A. R. Young.--11. The humanities in the nursing curriculum by R. R. Priest.--12. 2020: Health services fifty years hence by J. D. Hamilton.--13. 2020: Nursing fifty years hence by H. K. Mussallem.--14. Nursing circa 2020 by K. M. Parker.
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