New Directions in the History of Nursing: International Perspectives

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Index

a
Abel Smith, Brian 1, 25, 123
abortion 68, 69, 77 -9
accoucheur 58 ;
see also man-midwife
advertisements and advertising 158 -78;
ideology and 165, 172 ;
nurse as consumer in 165, 170 -1;
recession and 165 ;
sponsorship and 169 ;
welfare and 163 -5
African National Congress (ANC) 119
America see USA
American Medical Association 86, 100, 102 ;
women and 87
antenatal care 187
Apartheid 114
aperients 161, 173
armed services see military nurses
Aryan racial group 133 -5
Association for the Registration of Nurses in Scotland 1910 42 -3;
see also Scottish Nursing Association
assistant nurses 111, 150 -1

b
Baly, Monica 4, 25, 123, 171
Baragwanath Hospital (South Africa) 115
Barber-Surgeons 55
beauty and beauty products 171, 173, 173
Bedford Fenwick, E. see Fenwick
Benner, Patricia 22
Berlin, control by 134 -5
biography and autobiography 22, 39
blackness 145
Black nurses 109, 110, 112, 116, 120 -22;
apartheid issues 121 ;
missions and 112 ;
nursing associations for 121 ;
pay and conditions 112, 116 ;
politics 121 -2;
relations with White nurses 113, 117 ;
status 120, 122 ;
training 110
Bloemfontein Conference 1932 (South Africa) 112
breasts 187 -90
breast feeding 165, 188 -90
British Journal of Nursing (BJN)14, 42, 43 -4
British Medical Association (BMA) 86, 94

c
Canada 9 ;
Immigration Act 1967 (Canada) 147 ;
migration to 141 -57;
practice restrictions 151 ;
working in 149
care, caring 11, 13, 22, 39, 143, 153 -4;
definition of 26 ;
ethics of 25 -7;
knowledge and 30 -4
career options limited 142 -3
Carnegie Foundation Report 1910 (USA) 96
Caribbean, migration from 141 -57
Catholic see Roman Catholic
caudle and childbirth 58, 60, 61
Cavell, Edith 11
childbirth:
control of 55, 57 ;
demography of 181 -3;
in Japan 68, 85 ;
in New Zealand 179 -93;
nurses and 57 -8;
roles in 56, 151 -2;
safety 179 ;
statistics 186 -7
child welfare clinics 135 -7
class see social class
colonial and post-colonial 9, 28
Committee on the Costs of Medical Care 1932 (USA) 102
community nursing see district nursing
consumption 159, 161, 165, 169, 171, 172 -4;
disposable income and nurses' 159, 169 -70;
nurse as expert consumer 165
conditions see pay and conditions
Cook, Sir Edward 2

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