Subsidiary Notes as to the Introduction of Female Nursing into Military Hospitals in Peace and War
SUBSIDIARY NOTES AS TO THE INTRODUCTION OF FEMALE NURSING INTO MILITARY HOSPITALS IN PEACE AND IN WAR.
Thoughts submitted by Order, concerning—
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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