The SOCIAL And ETHICAL SIGNIFICANCE Of NURSING. A Series of Addresses. Annie Warburton Goodrich, 1866 - 1954.

The SOCIAL And ETHICAL SIGNIFICANCE Of NURSING. A Series of Addresses.

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1932. 1st Edition. x, 401, [5 (blank)] pp. Index at rear. 8vo. Dark blue flexible leatherette binding, with gilt stamping. Spine dull. Average wear. Age-toning to paper. Prior owner signature to ffep. A VG copy. Item #50500

Goodrich, when she authored this volume, was Dean of the Yale University School of Nursing. Goodrich "envisioned the nursing and medical professions as equals, independent yet interdependent, each possessing a unique body of knowledge. In an age when nurses received their training in hospital schools of nursing, she charted a course for recognition of nursing's status and dignity. Goodrich's efforts introduced nursing to the univeristy and pioneered the inclusion of preventive-medicine and community-nursing courses in the curriculum." [American Nursing, v. 1, p. 145].

Uncommon title from this oft decorated champion of the nursing profession... at the time of cataloguing, we see no other copies on the market, and this the first time we've ever been able to offer a copy.

Price: $150.00

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