THE FIRST BOOK OF NURSES by Mary Elting

THE FIRST BOOK OF NURSES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here is the answer to the literature problem when the nurse-fever first takes hold. Both the format and text are geared to pre-junior high level, and the material is confined to the less technical aspects of nursing--the many different jobs a nurse is called upon to do, a brief outline of a nurse's training, nurses' uniforms and their history, the many positions open to nurses, famous nurses, nurses in other countries, and glimpses of nurses at work. Attractive pictures in two colors by Mary Stevens. A handy book for school and girl scout libraries.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1951
Publisher: Watts