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Notes on Nursing: What it Is, and What it is Not - Page 9
by Florence Nightingale - 1860 - 140 pages
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Notes on Nursing for the Labouring Classes

Florence Nightingale - Nursing - 1861 - 96 pages
...nursing in determining the issue of the disease. II. The very elements of what constitutes good nursing are as little understood for the well as for the sick....The breaking of them produces only a less- violent consequence among the former than among the latter,—and this sometimes, not always. Oh, mothers of...
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A History of nursing v. 2 1907, Volume 2

Mary Adelaide Nutting - 1907
...the sufferings inseparable from th disease. . . . . . . The very elements of what constitutes nursing are as little understood for the well as for the sick....The breaking of them produces only a less violent consequence among the former than among the latter, —and this sometimes, not al ways. . . . O mothers...
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A History of Nursing: The Evolution of Nursing Systems from the ..., Volume 2

Mary Adelaide Nutting, Lavinia L. Dock - Nurses - 1907
...sufferings inseparable from the disease. . . . . . . The very elements of what constitutes good nursing are as little understood for the well as for the sick....The breaking of them produces only a less violent consequence among the former than among the latter, —and this sometimes, not always. . . . O mothers...
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The Relation of Superintendents and Principals to the Training and ..., Volume 7

Charles Doak Lowry - Teachers - 1908 - 75 pages
...be well to consider her conception of "Nursing." The very elements of what constitutes good nursing are as little understood for the well as for the sick....among the sick. The breaking of them produces only less violent consequences among the former than among the latter, and this sometimes, not always. 1...
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Vitality, Fasting and Nutrition: A Physiological Study of the Curative Power ...

Hereward Carrington - Fasting - 1908 - 648 pages
...unnoticed, the termination of the disease being then, while the antecedent process is going on, determined?" "The same laws of health or of nursing, for they are...The breaking of them produces only a less violent consequence among the former than among the latter — and this sometimes, not always." (pp. 9-10.)...
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Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, Volumes 9-11

Education - 1910
...be well to consider her conception of "Nursing." The very elements of what constitutes good nursing are as little understood for the well as for the sick....among the sick. The breaking of them produces only less violent consequences among the former than among the latter, and this sometimes, not always. 1...
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Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education, Issues 6-10

Education - 1907
...be well to consider her conception of "Nursing." The very elements of what constitutes good nursing are as little understood for the well as for the sick....among the sick. The breaking of them produces only less violent consequences among the former than among the latter, and this sometimes, not always. 1...
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The American Journal of Nursing, Volume 11

Nursing - 1911
...years ago. She spoke of " Health Nursing" as distinguished from " Sick Nursing," and pointed out that " The same laws of health or of nursing, for they are...among the sick. The breaking of them produces only less violent consequences among the former than among the latter, and this sometimes, not always."...
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Source Book of Medical History

Logan Clendening - History - 1960 - 685 pages
...nursing in determining the issue of the disease. The very elements of what constitutes good nursing are as little understood for the well as for the sick....The breaking of them produces only a less violent consequence among the former than among the latter—and this sometimes, not always. It is constantly...
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Teachers College Record, Volume 11

James Earl Russell - Education - 1910
...diet—all at the least expense of vital power to the patient." " The very elements of good nursing are as little understood for the well as for the sick....the same) obtain among the well as among the sick." " Health-Nursing" she calls it, as distinguished from " Sick-Nursing." " Both kinds of nursing are...
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