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Contributor(s): Walsh, Jeanette (Author), Marsh, Marilyn (Author), Beaton, Marilyn (Author)

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ISBN: 1550812513     ISBN-13: 9781550812510
Publisher: Breakwater Books
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Binding Type: Paperback
Published: December 2009
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BISAC Categories:
- History | Canada - Post-confederation (1867-)
- Biography & Autobiography | Medical (incl. Patients)
- Medical | Nursing - General
Dewey: 610.73
Physical Information: 0.48" H x 6" W x 9" (0.69 lbs) 208 pages
- Cultural Region - Canadian
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Publisher Description:
A collection of oral histories from nurses practicing during the 20s and 30s in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Contributor Bio(s): Walsh, Jeanette: - Jeanette Walsh is retired from nursing after a 35 year career in the profession. Jeanette worked in a variety of nursing positions but spent the majority of her career in nursing education primarily at the General Hospital School of Nursing. During her time in nursing Jeanette was very involved in professional activities at both the provincial and national levelrnrnJeanette also comes from a family tradition of nursing with her sister, aunt and several cousins in nursing. As a graduate of the General Hospital School of Nursing, Jeanette shared a similar education tradition as the nurses interviewed for this book. Jeanette volunteers at the Lillian Stevenson Archives/ Museum preserving nursing history.Beaton, Marilyn: - Marilyn Beaton has been a nurse for over thirty years. For many of those years she has been an Associate Professor at the Memorial University School of Nursing where she has taught basic and Post RN nursing students. Throughout her career Marilyn has been very active in nursing, serving on various provincial and national committees. Marilyn comes from a family tradition of nursing with many of her family members having also been nurses. Because of this and other nurses she has met, she wanted to record the history, tell the stories and preserve the strong tradition of nursing in Newfoundland and Labrador.Marsh, Marilyn: - Now retired, Marilyn Marsh practiced nursing for many years in Newfoundland and Labrador.
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