Tag: nurse

Walt Whitman’s Birthday

Today marks the anniversary of the birth of poet Walt Whitman, who during the American Civil War served as a nurse in military hospitals. Here, an excerpt from his poem "The Wound-Dresser" in the book of his wartime poetry, Drum Taps: I dress a wound in the side, deep, deep; But a day or two … Continue reading Walt Whitman’s Birthday

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CFS: Indigenous Health Care (Special Issue of Contemporary Nurse)

Advances in Indigenous Health Care – 2nd edn Authors are invited to send a 200 word abstract in advance of submission to the coordinating editor, Prof Kim Usher, kim.usher@jcu.edu.au Deadline for Papers: 1st March 2010 Nurses and midwives closing the gap in Indigenous health Guest edited by Kim Usher (James Cook University) and Rhonda Marriott … Continue reading CFS: Indigenous Health Care (Special Issue of Contemporary Nurse)

CFS: Health Disparities (Hispanic Nurses Conference)

National Association of Hispanic Nurses 34th Annual Conference Hispanic Nurses: Creating Pathways to Reduce Health Disparities July 21-24, 2009, Crowne Plaza Riverwalk Hotel, San Antonio, Texas We invite the submission of abstracts for Podium Presentation and Poster Presentation Submission Deadline January 15, 2009 Click here http://nursing.uthscsa.edu/CE_Events/NAHN.shtml to find details. The 2009 conference will have a … Continue reading CFS: Health Disparities (Hispanic Nurses Conference)

CFS: UConn ATHENA Conference

ATHENA Research Conference - April 23, 2009 University of Connecticut School of Nursing & University of Connecticut Health Center Department of Nursing ABSTRACTS WELCOMED FROM: • UConn BS, MbEIN, MS & PhD students and PhD nursing students from New England and New York Schools of Nursing • UConn Health Center nurses • UConn School of … Continue reading CFS: UConn ATHENA Conference