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Nursing

Collection by Gill Fleming

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SRN badge (State Registered Nurse from Great Britain) Nursing Board, Nursing Pins, Nursing Notes, Nursing Scrubs, Nurse Pics, Nurse Stuff, Registered Nurse School, Nurse Art, Nurse Badge

Collecting Nursing History - GNCEWEnglishRbadges

SRN badge (State Registered Nurse from Great Britain)

Glasgow Royal Infirmary pioneered a revolution in nurse training in 1893 with the first probationers' course set up by the redoubtable matron, Mrs Rebecca Strong. The Infirmary's new regulations from 1893 allocated nurses time for lectures and study, and they set the pattern of nursing schools throughout Britain. They also established the broad pattern of hospital-based practical and theoretical training for nurses that was to last more than 80 years. Psych Nurse, Nurse Humor, Vintage Nurse, Vintage Medical, Radiology Humor, Medical Photos, Nurse Quotes, Funny Quotes, Medical Posters

Glasgow Royal Infirmary pioneered a revolution in nurse training in 1893 with the first probationers' course set up by the redoubtable matron, Mrs Rebecca Strong. The Infirmary's new regulations from 1893 allocated nurses time for lectures and study, and they set the pattern of nursing schools throughout Britain. They also established the broad pattern of hospital-based practical and theoretical training for nurses that was to last more than 80 years.

a staff nurse back in the good old days - note the cigarettes and ashtray at the nurse's station! Funny Nurse Quotes, Nurse Humor, Nursing Memes, Funny Nursing, Nursing Quotes, Radiology Humor, Nurses Station, Nursing Profession, Happy Nurses Week

Registered Nursing Training in the 70s - My Memoirs

Registered nurse training back in the 70s was quite different to what it is today. In Glasgow Royal Infirmary, student nurses were an extra pair of hands when the wards were busy, but still had to look busy when the wards were quiet.