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She also wrote Suggestions for Thought to Searchers after Religious Truth. The three-volume book has never been printed in its entirety, but a section, called Cassandra, was published in 1928.

Author: Florence Nightingale


ISBN: 1406549584

Category: Medical

Page: 132

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Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), who came to be known as The Lady of the Lamp, was a pioneer of modern nursing and a noted statistician. Inspired by what she took as a Christian divine calling, experienced first in 1837 at Embley Park and later throughout her life, Nightingale committed herself to nursing. In 1859, she set up the Nightingale Training School at St. Thomas' Hospital. In 1860 she wrote Notes on Nursing, a slim book that served as the cornerstone of the curriculum at the Nightingale School and other nursing schools established. She also wrote Suggestions for Thought to Searchers after Religious Truth. The three-volume book has never been printed in its entirety, but a section, called Cassandra, was published in 1928. It included in The Cause, a history of the women's movement.

... 477 Oxford Reviews of Reproductive Biology Vol 2 291 Notes on Nursing : What It Is , and What It Is Not 99 Nouveau Roman and the ... Gerald 526 O'Day , Rosemary editor 719 Ode to the Dodo 505 O'Dell , T. H. 737 Odes , The 312 Odious ...



ISBN: UOM:39015036923954

Category: Best books


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1981 By

178 would appear that the effort for breeding ginseng did not garner lasting success until the 1740's . ... and it is interesting to note that he was selected for the nursing experiment , although he failed sorely .

Author: Willy vande Walle

Publisher: Leuven University Press

ISBN: 9058671798

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 383

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This collection of essays is the outcome of an international symposium, jointly organised by the International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Kyoto, and the Section of Japanese Studies of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven in October 1998. It was the second in a series of three international symposia that the International Resaerch Center for Japanese Studies organised in Europe in conjunction with a European partner.The Leuven Symposium, which went under the general title of Translations of Culture, Culture of Translation, actually consisted of two parallel sessions. The first one was a workshop on Gender and Modernity in Japan. The second one was devoted to a reflection on Translation and Adaptation in the Formulation of Modern Episteme: A Reappraisal of Dodoens. The essays in the present volume are the reworked and elaborated versions of the presentations made at the latter symposium.It was clear that many of the issues one had to tackle had to do with translation, and that translation was not a phenomenon limited to Japan, but equally prominent in European cultural history, nor limited to texts as such, but involving broader cultural contexts as well. The result was an investigation of Dodoens's (Dodonaeus) importance in Europe as well as in Japan through the prism of translation, transposition adaptation etc., defined as a moving force in cultural and social development and an indispensable lubricant in the process of functional differentiation. The main concern was evidently Japan, but the organisers deliberately opted for a perspective that kept a certain distance from boundaries. Therefore experts in the field of Western herbals and botany were confronted with historians of early modern Japan.

CAPTAIN CUTTLE . No. 180. ] SATURDAY , APRIL 9. 1853 . Price Fourpence . { , so . CONTENTS . Notes . ... They were adQUERIES :dressed to Robert Fitzgerald , Esq . , a member of the Wolves nursing Children , by Gilbert N. Smith - 355 ...



ISBN: NYPL:33433081666244

Category: Electronic journals


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1853 By

If these principles were not tolerated by those supporting the College of Nursing , Ltd. , then the management of the ... nursing , which must result from the charitable appeal made in the public press for the “ Nation's Nurses .



ISBN: CHI:095496929

Category: Nursing


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Venerated madonnine images are typically not those depicting a biblical narrative or popular Catholic tradition; ... In this regard, Carroll notes that madonnine images holding or nursing an infant are not actually references to ...

Author: Spencer L. Allen

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

ISBN: 9781614512363

Category: History

Page: 478

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This book investigates the issue of the singularity versus the multiplicity of ancient Near Eastern deities who are known by a common first name but differentiated by their last names, or geographic epithets. It focuses primarily on the Ištar divine names in Mesopotamia, Baal names in the Levant, and Yahweh names in Israel, and it is structured around four key questions: How did the ancients define what it meant to be a god - or more pragmatically, what kind of treatment did a personality or object need to receive in order to be considered a god by the ancients? Upon what bases and according to which texts do modern scholars determine when a personality or object is a god in an ancient culture? In what ways are deities with both first and last names treated the same and differently from deities with only first names? Under what circumstances are deities with common first names and different last names recognizable as distinct independent deities, and under what circumstances are they merely local manifestations of an overarching deity? The conclusions drawn about the singularity of local manifestations versus the multiplicity of independent deities are specific to each individual first name examined in accordance with the data and texts available for each divine first name.
2015-03-05 By Spencer L. Allen

Unfortunately, nursing has not evolved nearly as much as a profession. Unfortunately, the only alternative to ... The Dodo bird was, at one time, the largest animal on its native island of Mauritius. There it evolved into a ground-bound ...

Author: H.-A. Park

Publisher: IOS Press

ISBN: 9781607501770

Category: Medical

Page: 1104

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This publication, initiated by the Korean Society of Medical Informatics (KOSMI) and its Nursing Informatics Specialist Group, and the Special Interest Group in Nursing Informatics of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA-NI), is published for nurses and informatics experts working with informatics applications in nursing care, administration, research and education, bringing together the worlds of nursing informatics community. Korea is well known for having the highest level of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) accessibility in the world. Advances in ICT in Korea have lead Korean health care sectors to fully utilize the benefit of ICT for health care. The theme of the book, ‘Consumer-Centered Computer-Supported Care for Healthy People’, emphasizes the central role of the consumer and the function of information technology in health care. It reflects the major challenge in our time, which is developing and using information technology for the improvement of consumer oriented health care. "I would seriously recommend that this book – in text form – should be available in all nursing libraries as a resource for study and reference in the expanding area of nursing and health care.”--Paula M. Procter, Reader in Informatics and Telematics in Nursing, The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom.
2006-06-01 By H.-A. Park

Hospitals: listing by Type Type/Nome * †, = |*|†ololo, Children's General Children's Medical Center of Dolics |(714) ... (214) 330-46ll NO 104 || 39.4 n/0 3 || 10.7 Dullds Memoridl Hospital (214) 824.307|| No 58 25.9 | 68.0 8 6.4 Dodo's ...



ISBN: CORNELL:31924067902647

Category: Cities and towns

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1994 By

My mother is in a Nursing Home in London, so I opened the parcel my self / Love from / Your little god child / Caroline Fox Hanbury / I am always called Sammy.”5 NOTES 1. P. 198; Life, p. 394. This statement contradicts a birthday ...

Author: J. O. Bailey

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 9781469639390

Category: Poetry

Page: 742

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This handbook provides the background necessary for fully understanding the nearly one thousand poems of Hardy. As it treats the poems individually and often supplements the analysis of a poem by relating it to other poems and to passages in the fiction, every comment helps build a portrait of Hardy as a poet. Originally published in 1970. A UNC Press Enduring Edition -- UNC Press Enduring Editions use the latest in digital technology to make available again books from our distinguished backlist that were previously out of print. These editions are published unaltered from the original, and are presented in affordable paperback formats, bringing readers both historical and cultural value.
2018-02-01 By J. O. Bailey

News " should arrive not latter than Thursday morning , addressed to of our superiority and the innocence of our hearts , we Our first ... THE first notes of spring - which her birds have been so Merlette at the Cobham sale of 1873.



ISBN: BSB:BSB11305746



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