An Introduction to the Social History of Nursing

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Acts of Parliament
Apothecaries Act 1815 17 , 151
Asylum Workers Superannuation Act 129
Children Act 1948 199
Dentists Act 1983 234
Dentists Act 1984 234
Education Act 1870 75
Education Act 1902 89
Education Act 1944 207
Education (Administrative Provisions) Act 1907 187
Factories and Workshops Act 1891 185
Infant Life Preservation Act 1872 158
Local Authority Social Services Act 1970 201
London County Council (General Powers) Act 1908 186
Lunacy Act 1890 135
Maternity and Child Welfare Act 1918 191
Medical Act 1858 17 , 30
Medical Act 1978 234
Medical Act 1983 234
Mental Deficiency Act 1913 131
Mental Health Act 1959 135 , 139
Mental Health Act 1983 135
Mental Treatment Act 1930 131 , 134
Midwives Act 1902 82 , 86 , 88 , 157 , 160 , 185 , 187
Midwives Act 1936 166
National Assistance Act 1948 199
National Health Service Act 1946 107-8 , 201
National Insurance Act 1911 107 , 162 , 190
Notification of Births Act 1907 185
Nurses Act 1943 115
Nurses Act 1949 118-19
Nurses Act 1957 113
Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors Act 1979 6 , 209 , 213 , 223
Nurses Registration Act 1919 6 , 48 , 90 , 92 , 94 , 118 , 132 , 205 , 208-9
Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 11-12 , 124
Reform Act 1832 26
Addison, Dr Christopher 85 , 87-8 , 97
Ampthill, Lord 87
Army nursing 41-7 , 55-6 , 72-4
Association of Workers in Asylums 129-30
Asylums 26 , 92 , 124-35 , 140 , 143
by name
The Retreat 125-8
Lancaster 127
Asylum Workers’ Association 87
Athlone Committee 99 , 102-4 , 115 , 118 , 205
Aveling, J.H. 158

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Glossary of Abbreviations vii
  • Chapter One - Nurses and Servants 1
  • Chapter Two - The Revolution in Nursing 19
  • Chapter Three - The New Model Nurse 35
  • Chapter Four - Making the Myths 48
  • Chapter Five - The Search for Unity 77
  • Chapter Six - The Nationalization of Nursing 98
  • Chapter Seven - Mental Disorder and Mental Handicap 123
  • Chapter Eight - Midwifery 145
  • Chapter Nine - District Nursing and Health Visiting 173
  • Chapter Ten - Professional Autonomy and Economic Constraints 204
  • Notes 230
  • References 236
  • Index 251
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