Nursing hall of fame.

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American Nurses" Association , Kansas City, Mo
History of Nursing -- United States., Nurses -- Biogr
GenreBiography.
SeriesANA publication -- no. G-123 5M 6/82, ANA publication -- no. G-123 5M.
ContributionsAmerican Nurses Association.
The Physical Object
Paginationv. :
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Open LibraryOL14737066M

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Nursing hall of fame. Kansas City, Mo.: American Nurses' Association, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: American Nurses Association. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. "G 8M 6/84"--Page 2 of cover. Description: 21 pages: portraits ; 22 cm.

Contents. Therefore, the ANA Board of Directors created a seven-member Hall of Fame Committee who chosethe year of the nation's bicentennial, as the best time for unveiling the Hall of Fame. From more than names, the Hall of Fame Committee unanimously selected fifteen charter members with the recommendation that the Hall of Fame be made permanent.

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Thoms was an original inductee in the American Nurses Association Hall of Fame in Since its inception, the International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame presentation has been sponsored by Wiley.

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The nominee must have demonstrated leadership that affected nursing education, health, and for social history through sustained contributions to nursing; 2.

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The nominee must have completed course work and/or requirements for a degree representative of one of the nursing education programs at Teachers College; 3.

History. Inin preparation for the United States Bicentennial, the American Nurses Association (ANA) created a seven-member committee to recognize the dedication and achievements of professional nurses in a Hall of Fame.

Fifteen inaugural women were selected as inductees and the committee recommended that the nomination process and inductions become a permanent vehicle for recognition. Learn more about nursing leaders honored by admission to the ANA Hall of Fame. Learn more about nursing leaders honored by admission to the ANA Hall of Fame.

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Hall of Fame. The School of Nursing Hall of Fame recognizes alumni, faculty or student achievements that have made an enduring contribution to the nursing profession sustainable beyond their lifetime.

Hall of Fame recipients will have demonstrated outstanding leadership that has impacted the health or welfare of Louisianans, other United States. The Alabama Healthcare Hall of Fame was founded in with the purpose of recognizing those persons, living or deceased, who have made outstanding contributions to, or rendered exemplary service for healthcare in the State of Alabama.

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