nursing history

7 Times Nurses Changed the World

Nurses change the world every day, yet seldom do they come into the spotlight for their actions. Among this hardworking group, there have been a few nurses whose…

Center for nursing history gets new name

The University of Virginia School of Nursing has renamed its nursing history center to ” Eleanor Crowder Bjoring Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry. ” Bjoring, a nurse and…

Eye of the beholder: Grand rounds at the museum

“What do you see in his eyes?” asks Dr. Rothenberg. After a brief pause, someone replies, “He looks sad.” Another states, “He’s kind of emaciated.” After directing us…

Let’s hear it for the boys

To say that 2020 has been noteworthy so far would be an understatement. Globally, COVID-19 has rewritten what it means for humans to interact socially with one another…

Nurses on the front lines during pandemics

An annotated bibliography. Editor’s note: This article has undergone peer review. Key Points Infectious disease outbreaks are an emerging global threat. Nurses are one of the most invaluable…

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