Nursing -- Study and teaching
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: RU 231
Overview: The records consist of policy and financial records, reports, correspondence, student records and notebooks, photographs, and alumnae records documenting the operations of the Connecticut Training School for Nurses. Topics include curriculum, administration, organization, social work, legal issues, funding, personnel, and social events. Included are two historical sketches of the school by Francis Bacon, a key personality in its founding, and Henry W. Farnum, its president.
Call Number: RU 1073
Overview: The collection documents the Yale School of Nursing deans, faculty, students/alumni, and programs. The collection consists of photographs, newspaper clippings, reports, minor publications, meeting minutes, presentations and research reports on nursing, audiovisual materials, and correspondence compiled by the Yale School of Nursing, the School of Nursing Alumnae/i Association, and individual faculty and staff. Major events in the school's history, deans, and faculty are particularly well...
Call Number: RU 205
Overview: The records consist of correspondence, memoranda, and subject and administrative files documenting the activities of various deans and administrative personnel of the Yale School of Nursing. Topics include finance, faculty, admissions, committees, policy and curriculum, research and public service, national and international associations, visitors, and affiliated universities and hospitals. Included are the records of deans Annie Warburton Goodrich, Effie Taylor, Elizabeth Torrey, Margaret G....
Call Number: MS 2040
Overview: The papers document the career of Yale School of Nursing professor, Nurse-Midwifery Specialty, Helen Varney Burst. The bulk of the materials are evenly divided between speeches given by Varney Burst, 1970-2015, mainly on the history or future of midwifery, and material documenting her work on the Special Commission on Infant Health in New Haven, primarily 1987-1995. There are also small amounts of material on other aspects of nurse-midwifery and Varney Burst’s career.
Call Number: MS 1647
Overview: The papers consist of personal and professional files which document Ernestine Wiedenbach's childhood, student days at Wellesley College, and career as a faculty member in the Yale University School of Nursing, where she directed the nurse-midwifery educational program. The papers include correspondence, dating from her retirement in 1966 and writings relating to her professional career. Also present are diaries spanning almost her entire life, excluding the years she spent on the Yale faculty.