A trainee District Nurse visits the home of a young girl who is recovering from pneumonia (DISTRICT NURSE TRAINING AT THE QUEEN'S INSTITUTE OF DISTRICT NURSING, GUILDFORD, SURREY, ENGLAND, UK, 1944)
Nursing in the past
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Undated photo of a Visiting Nurse Service of New York nurse with an older New Yorker. (This makes me think of one of my favourite childhood books, 'Cherry Ames, Visiting Nurse'.) Wonderful service, wonderful nurses.
1845 - 1970 Nurses
Nurse Tending 4 Young Polio Patients
being a nurse
TRAINING QUEEN'S NURSES. This is how Millie would have helped her student Queenie Annie train in 1946.
When you COULD call the midwife! Britain had 10,000 district nurses and midwives in the 1950s. And, as these pictures show, they were the heartbeat of the community.
Patients have ears.
Nursing history ,pictures and my nursing memories
My grandma was a ww2 nurse. Who loved to read. I can picture her spending most of her time here.
Lilian Wald, founder of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York. For more historical photographs, see https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.447468683338.240730.99588788338