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The Tenacious Nurse Nichols

Author : Eileen Yanoviak
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There is only one known image of Lucy Higgs Nichols, a Civil War nurse who escaped slavery. In this captivating photograph dated to 1898, the elderly Lucy is the sole female and the only person of color. She stands stately in the middle of a large group of war veterans at a reunion that she diligently attended every year. Some of these soldiers were from the Indiana 23rd Regiment, the men who fiercely advocated for her Civil War nurse's pension in the 1890s. Her story is remarkable--a journey from enslavement in Tennessee, to freedom and service among the ranks of the Union Army, and finally to independence and national recognition from the press, the Grand Army of the Republic, and even Congress. Despite considerable obstacles and unimaginable pain, Lucy achieved notoriety, nobility, and self-sufficiency in a post-Civil War era that often denied black Americans and women justice and opportunity.

Tenacious Nurse 2

Author : Gretheline Bolandrina
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EndorsementsDacia VazquezNurse"Professor Bolandrina is an amazing teacher. She challenges and educates her nursing students. She expects the highest quality from her students and in return it makes you a better nurse. After being in Prof Bolandrina's clinical I felt confident, prepared, and excited to embark on my new career."Holly Rosinha-Nichols Visiting Nurse at Auburn VNA Health Network"I was a student at MassBay Community College in the LPN Program. Mrs. Bolandrina was one of my clinical instructors. She was a great mentor and has extreme patience. Anyone that is lucky enough to be in her clinical group will walk away feeling confident and have learned so much."Julie HeslinFil-Am Community of Northshore"Gretheline Bolandrina you truly represent Excellence in Nursing. I commend you for your hard work, perseverance and your dedication to pursuit of knowledge and mentoring new nurses. You epitomize nursing at its best. Thank you for your contribution to our nursing profession."Bridgette DelisleLPN Lanessa, Webster, MA"Because of your clinical, I am confident in my new job. I am not only confident in my med pass but my time management skills have really come together where I am able to complete my 2 med passes, all my treatment/dressings and documentation. "Mindy ChickLPN"I'm glad I started the program at the same time you came to teach, you're an amazing instructor. I have learned so much from you, especially at clinicals. You always made sure I was able to see and do as much as possible at clinical sites. You inspire me to do better and reach further!"Judy Blumstein SirrineLPN"Because of your patience with me during my many moments of angst, your organizational skills as well as your firm teaching approach, I know I will be able to mirror your dedication as a professional nurse. Because you took the time to show me the right way to complete treatment notes, how to study to learn rather than memorize information simply to pass a test."IntroductionThis is part 2 of my Tenacious Nurse Book Series. The following pages contain my academic writings in pursuit of Masters of Science in Nursing Education at the University of Phoenix. May colleagues who are undecided in pursuing graduate studies be encouraged to continue until receipt of their coveted diplomas. Academic writings, much like feature writing takes one word at a time. Just keep reading and typing.

Health Education

Author : Donald A. Read
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Health Education: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach is the only text that thoroughly covers the issues of a combined cognitive-behavioral approach to health education, from both the community and school health perspective. The author carefully explores the relationship among thinking, feeling, and acting--an understanding of which is essential for successful health intervention. The primary goal of Health Education: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach is to identify unhealthy behaviors and their cognitive supports, and then to design and implement learning experiences that will be effective in bringing about change.

End of Life Nursing Care

Author : Belinda Poor
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This overview takes a multidisciplinary perspective, integrating history, sociology, psychology, pathophysiology, philosophy, and law. It covers theoretical foundations, holistic models, the grief process and responses to loss, ethical and legal considerations, patient centered care, and management of specific terminal illnesses. Learning features include objectives, critical thinking exercises, activities, and case scenarios. Poor is instructor and coordinator in the Continuing Education Nursing Program at the University of Louisiana- Lafayette. Poirrier is acting dean and professor in the College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions at the University of Louisiana. c. Book News Inc.

The Poetical Works of James Thomson

Author : James Thomson
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The Poetical Works of James Thomson With a Life of the Author by the Rev Patrick Murdoch and Notes by Nichols Second Edition

Author : James Thomson
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Author : Frank Guttman
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With a political career spanning nearly half a century, Télesphore-Damien Bouchard was an advocate for progress in Quebec's history. He began his rise to the top in 1912 when he was elected as a member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for the city of Saint-Hyacinthe. He went on to become mayor of Saint-Hyacinthe for twenty-five years, Speaker of the House, Acting House Leader of the Liberal Party from 1936 to 1939 and finally, the most influential cabinet minister from 1939 to 1944. Bouchard emerged as one of the most powerful leaders of the Liberal Party. A leading anti-clerical who thought that the Catholic Church had no business in politics, the social sphere or public education, Bouchard became a beacon of light in the struggle for education reform, women's suffrage and workers' legislation. During the Depression, he introduced measures that relieved the misery of the poor and destitute, making Saint-Hyacinthe renowned for its management of the crisis. In this first-ever biography of Bouchard, author Frank Guttman touches on the politician's early life and explores how Bouchard's political attitudes developed. Tracing Bouchard's career from his beginnings as an alderman in 1905 to his final post as cabinet minister in 1944, Guttman pens a compelling portrait of a man well ahead of his generation.

Congressional Record

Author : United States. Congress
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The Ballad as Song

Author : Bertrand H. Bronson
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This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1969.

American Observer Medical Monthly

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