Subsidiary Notes as to the Introduction of Female Nursing into Military Hospitals in Peace and War
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Subsidiary Notes as to the Introduction of Female Nursing into Military Hospitals in Peace and War

By Florence Nightingale
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  • SUBSIDIARY NOTES AS TO THE INTRODUCTION OF FEMALE NURSING INTO MILITARY HOSPITALS IN PEACE AND IN WAR.
  • CONTENTS.
  • ILLUSTRATION.
  • DIGEST.
  • Thoughts submitted by Order, concerning—
    • I. Hospital-Nurses.
    • II. Nurses in Civil Hospitals.
    • III. Nurses in Her Majesty’s Hospitals.
  • Various Systems of Female Nursing compared.
  • Note in Regard to the Russian Nurses Employed in the War-Hospitals of the Crimea.
  • Subsidiary Notes as to the Introduction of Female Nursing into Military Hospitals in Peace and in War
  • Addenda with regard to Female Nursing in a Military Hospital on the Pavilion or Lariboisière Plan.
  • Addenda as to Mixed Nursing by Nurses and Orderlies in Military Hospitals on the Double Pavilion Plan.
  • Additional Hints as to Pavilion Hospitals suggested by the construction of the Lariboisière Hospital at Paris.
  • Note on Contagion and Infection.
  • Note on Observations by the Principal Medical Officer of the Army in the East
  • Thoughts submitted as to an eventual Nurses’ Provident Fund.
  • Note as to the Number of Women employed as Nurses in Great Britain.
  • Note as to teaching Nursing.
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