Harriet Camp Lounsbery. Lippincott, 1912 - 208 sivua. General Remarks on Foods. 76. The Nurse as Relating. 96. Why Do Nurses Complain? 102. The Nurse as a Teacher.
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Originally published in 1911 as: Making Good on Private Duty: Practical Hints to Graduate Nurses .
Originally published in 1911 as: Making Good on Private Duty: Practical Hints to Graduate Nurses ). Imagine reading these words, meant for private duty nurses, writt en in 1911: "If you do not go to your patient with a feeling of thankfulness to God for allowing you to assume such a sacred trust as the care of a human life, you are in no condition to undertake the work" (p. 11). Harriet Camp Lounsbery, then head of the West Virginia State Nurses Organization and Sanitary School Inspector in Charleston, West Virginia, had practiced private duty nursing for 6 years when she wrote Maki.