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Nightingale's legacy : the evolution of American nurse leaders / Sue Johnson.

By: Johnson, Sue (Carol Susan), 1946-.
Contributor(s): American Nurses Association.
Material type: TextTextSeries: R2 Digital Library.Publisher: Silver Spring, MD : American Nurses Association, 2016Description: online resource.ISBN: 9781558106277; 1558106278.Subject(s): Nurses | History of Nursing | History, 19th Century | History, 20th Century | United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic booksOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction -- 1. Linda Richards : a Nightingale nurse -- 2. Clara Barton : America's Florence Nightingale -- 3. Mary Eliza Mahoney : America's first trained African American nurse -- 4. Lillian Wald : urban crusader -- 5. Mary Adelaide Nutting : nurse scholar -- 6. Lavinia Lloyd Dock : activist and historian -- 7. Annie Warburton Goodrich : pacifist and patriot -- 8. Isabel Hampton Robb : nursing visionary -- 9. Mary Breckinridge : pioneer in maternal-child advocacy -- 10. Margaret Sanger : family planning activist -- 11. Estelle Massey Riddle Osborne : administrator and change agent -- 12. Mabel Keaton Staupers : organizer and negotiator -- 13. Mary Elizabeth Carnegie : educator and editor -- 14. Susie Walking Bear Yellowtail : grandmother of American Indian nurses -- 15. Madeleine Leininger : founder of transcultural nursing -- 16. Virginia Henderson : first lady of Nursing -- 17. Luther Christman : nursing visionary -- 18. Richard Carmona : always a nurse -- 19. Eugene Sawicki : priest and nurse -- 20. Peter Buerhaus : nursing workforce scholar -- Epilogue -- Afterword: Nightingale legacy leaders and nurse leadership competencies.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-173) and index.

Introduction -- 1. Linda Richards : a Nightingale nurse -- 2. Clara Barton : America's Florence Nightingale -- 3. Mary Eliza Mahoney : America's first trained African American nurse -- 4. Lillian Wald : urban crusader -- 5. Mary Adelaide Nutting : nurse scholar -- 6. Lavinia Lloyd Dock : activist and historian -- 7. Annie Warburton Goodrich : pacifist and patriot -- 8. Isabel Hampton Robb : nursing visionary -- 9. Mary Breckinridge : pioneer in maternal-child advocacy -- 10. Margaret Sanger : family planning activist -- 11. Estelle Massey Riddle Osborne : administrator and change agent -- 12. Mabel Keaton Staupers : organizer and negotiator -- 13. Mary Elizabeth Carnegie : educator and editor -- 14. Susie Walking Bear Yellowtail : grandmother of American Indian nurses -- 15. Madeleine Leininger : founder of transcultural nursing -- 16. Virginia Henderson : first lady of Nursing -- 17. Luther Christman : nursing visionary -- 18. Richard Carmona : always a nurse -- 19. Eugene Sawicki : priest and nurse -- 20. Peter Buerhaus : nursing workforce scholar -- Epilogue -- Afterword: Nightingale legacy leaders and nurse leadership competencies.

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