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Image from page 139 of "The Canadian nurse" (1905)

Identifier: canadiannurse1939cana

Title: The Canadian nurse

Year: 1905 (1900s)

Authors: Canadian Nurses' Association

Subjects: Nurses Nursing and Nursing Management Periodicals

Publisher: [Ottawa, etc. Canadian Nurses' Association]

Contributing Library: University of Ottawa

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of a ban-quet at which the guest speaker will be MissKatherine Densford, Director, the Schoolof Nursing of the University of Minnesota. Saturday, April 15 Mornt)ig Ses >ion: Reports of special Committees. Illustrated lecture on skin diseases: Dr.A. M. Davidson. Improvisations demonstrated by the Vic-torian Order of Nurses, the Margaret ScottMission, and the Metropolitan Nurses. A luncheon meeting has been arrangedat which there will be a discussion of nurs-ing problems, led by Miss Densford. A jtern a on Sessio n: Demonstration of Pavex treatment forcirculatory diseases: Aliss M. Herman. Demonstration of the Elliott machine inthe treatment of gynaecological diseases:^fiss E. Honey. Demonstration of pediatric and ortho-pedic nursing procedures: Miss K. McLearnand Miss M. Martinovsky. Demonstration of indirect method of bloodtransfusion; Miss E. Morcombe. Illustrated lecture: Leaders in the nurs-ing profession, past and present. Election of Officers. Report of Resolutions Committee.


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