Queen's Nursing Institute
SAQNI/PPublications, publicity, histories
SAQNI/P/7Publications about nursing and nurse training
SAQNI/P/7/1On trained nursing for the sick poor', Florence Nightingale
SAQNI/P/7/2Notes on nursing for the labouring classes Florence Nightingale
SAQNI/P/7/3District nursing in towns', Mary Minet
SAQNI/P/7/4A lecture delivered at St Katherine's Royal Hospital to the Jubilee nurses... on nursing in cholera, and how to deal with it as first aid', Sir Joseph Fayrer
SAQNI/P/7/5Florence Nightingale on the work of district nurses'
SAQNI/P/7/6Hints for the home nurse, Annie E Ingram
SAQNI/P/7/7Dangers from food', Clare Goslett
SAQNI/P/7/8The scarcity of nurses in country workhouses', Miss Gibson
SAQNI/P/7/9The duties of a superintendent in a small home for district nurses', M Loane
SAQNI/P/7/10The district nurse as health missioner', M Loane (with 'Dormant sanitary legislation', Helen Bowers)
SAQNI/P/7/11'Outlines of routine in district nursing' M Loane
SAQNI/P/7/13The ideal district nurse', Amy Hughes, with 'The duties of a Queen's nurse' reprinted from The Nursing Times
SAQNI/P/7/14A round with a district nurse', 'M.R.'
SAQNI/P/7/15Suggestions to nurses on some special points in connection with moral and physical health'
SAQNI/P/7/16District nursing' reprinted from Women's employment
SAQNI/P/7/17Handbook for Queen's Nurses
SAQNI/P/7/20'A morning with a Queen's nurse'
SAQNI/P/7/22The work of the Queen's nurses, how they minister to the needs of the sick', AM Peterkin
SAQNI/P/7/23District nursing: I. A great social service. II. Pioneer work in Liverpool. III. Completing the service'
SAQNI/P/7/24The combined work of district nurse-midwives and health visitors in rural areas', Miss EM Wyatt
SAQNI/P/7/25Outline of district nursing technique for Queen's nurses' (1930s)
SAQNI/P/7/27The domiciliary nursing services: an account of British district nursing, midwifery and health visiting, with a comparative review of the Canadian system of home nursing
SAQNI/P/7/28The place of the district nurse in the health services of the future'
SAQNI/P/7/29Why not become a Queen's Nurse - a worthwhile career'
SAQNI/P/7/31Advertisements for District nursing
SAQNI/P/7/34The training and work of district nurses'
SAQNI/P/7/35Illustrated booklet re Queen's Institute of District Nurses (QIDN) Key Training Home, Rochdale
SAQNI/P/7/36The home care of old people: suggestions for those caring for old people in their own homes'
SAQNI/P/7/38Neglect of the aged sick: I. The welfare state fails. II. Paper plans - and performance'
SAQNI/P/7/39Outline of district nursing techniques' 1954, + 1957 reprint
SAQNI/P/7/41"Training the district nurse"
SAQNI/P/7/42Training of home nurses'
SAQNI/P/7/43We can save more children's lives'
SAQNI/P/7/44The training and work of district nurses'
SAQNI/P/7/50The role of the district nurse in home care'
SAQNI/P/7/51Integrated course of nurse education' reprinted from Nursing Times
SAQNI/P/7/52The development of integrated schemes of training for nursing and health visiting'
SAQNI/P/7/53Some medico-legal aspects of district nursing practice'
SAQNI/P/7/54Home care of the elderly (Queen's Institute of District Nurses (QIDN) with the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and National Council of Nurses of the United Kingdom (NCNUK), and the National Old People's Welfare Council)
SAQNI/P/7/55The work, responsibilities and status of the enrolled nurse
SAQNI/P/7/56Some aspects of the work of the midwife
SAQNI/P/7/57General principles of district nursing practice' 1964 + 1965 reprint
SAQNI/P/7/59Administering the local authority nursing service' (Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and National Council of Nurses of the United Kingdom (NCNUK))
SAQNI/P/7/60The future of public health nursing' (Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and National Council of Nurses of the United Kingdom (NCNUK))
SAQNI/P/7/61The future of district nurse training'
SAQNI/P/7/62District nursing sister attached to hospital surgical department'
SAQNI/P/7/63Nursing in the community 1970, 1974, 1975, 1979
SAQNI/P/7/67The family care team: philosophy, problems, possibilities'
SAQNI/P/7/68Nursing and midwifery in the community
SAQNI/P/7/69Key issues in district nursing, paper 1: the district nurse within the community context', Ann MacKenzie for the Steering Group of the District Nursing Association UK
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