Professionalizing Strategies as Time-and Culture-Bound: American and British Nursing Circa 1893

TitleProfessionalizing Strategies as Time-and Culture-Bound: American and British Nursing Circa 1893
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication1983
AuthorsDavies, Celia
EditorLagerman, Ellen C.
Book TitleNursing History: New Perspectives, New Possibilities
Pagination47 - 63
PublisherTeachers College Press
CityNew York , NY :
Abstract

The authors of the essays in the anthology Nursing History: New Perspectives, New Possiblilities edited by  Ellen Condliffe Lagemann treat a variety of subjects related to nursing with the in depth analysis and research professionalism of academic historians, and trained academicians in the fields of sociology, public planning and philosophy. 
The essays treat subjects such as nursing leaders in the context of American women's history, British and American nurses movements towards professionalization, and the evolving roles of gender and technical expertise in hospital nursing, the advent of professional degrees and the foundation of nursing schools and programs for the training professional nurses.

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