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Physics and Chemistry for Nurses

By Amy Elizabeth Pope

Formerly Instructor in the School of Nursing, Presbyterian Hospital; Instructor in the School of Nursing, St. Luke's Hospital, San Francisco.

Profusely illustrated. $1.75 net

Uniform with the other volumes in the Putnam Library For Nurses

IN many States, Chemistry has been made a required subject for Registered Schools of Nursing. There are only one or two books on Chemistry for Nurses on the market and these take for granted that pupils have some knowledge of the subject. As a matter of fact, hardly twenty-five per cent. of the college graduates who enter Schools of Nursing have studied Chemistry and Physics. An important feature of this volume is that it includes not only elementary Chemistry but the Chemistry of cooking and cleaning, a point that receives much emphasis in teaching in all modern training schools. The material has been collected through a number of years of actual experience as a teacher, and a selection has been carefully made of only that portion which the author finds most useful in her classes as an assistance to the pupils in connection with their other studies.

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A History of Nursing

Vols. I. and II. The Evolution of the Methods of Care for the Sick from the Earliest Times to the Foundation of the First English and American Training School for Nurses.

By

Lavinia L. Dock, R.N.

and

M. Adelaide Nutting, R.N.

8vo. 2 vols. With 80 Illustrations. $5.00 net By mail, $550

Vols. III. and IV. The Story of Modern

Nursing

Presenting an Account of the Development in Various Countries of the Science of Trained Nursing, with Special Reference to the Work of the Past Thirty Years.

By Lavinia L. Dock, R.N.

8vo. 2 vols, With 75 Illustrations. $5.00net By mail, $550

Beginning with the earliest available records of sanitary codes which were built up into health religions, and coming down through the ages wherever the care and rescue of the sick can be traced, through the pagan civilizations, the early Christian works of mercy, the long and glorious history of the religious nursing orders, military nursing orders of the crusades, the secular communities of the later Middle Ages, and the revival of the Deaconess order which culminated in the modern revival under Miss Nightingale, this history is the most serious attempt yet made to collect the scattered records of the care of the sick and bring them all into one unified and sympathetic presentation.

The story is not told in a dry, technical fashion, but presents its pictures from the standpoint of general human interest in a subject which has always appealed to the sympathies of men.

The history is amply illustrated, and contains a copious bibliography of nursing and hospital history.

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"A Brave, Wise Book." - Hartford Courant.

Hygiene and Morality

A Manual for Nurses and Others, giving an outline of the Medical, Social, and Legal

Aspects of the Venereal Diseases

By

Lavinia L. Dock

Resident Member of the Nurses' (Henry Street) Settlement,

Secretary of the International Council of Nurses;

Author of "Materia Medica for Nurses," etc.

"The exceptional value of this volume may be traced, first, to the distinctively social, as well as medical, standpoint from which the author approaches the subject; and, second, to the sincere and earnest yet accurate and fair manner in which the author presents her material. Many astounding, but actual, facts which have not previously been generally available are here presented in regard to police and legislative fostering of the white slave traffic. . . .

"It is a hopeful sign of the times when dependable books on this subject, which is of such vast social importance, are written for popular reading and information.

"It is a book which every one should read."

Chicago Record-Herald.

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A Medical Dictionary for Nurses

Giving the Definition, Pronunciation, and Derivation

Of the principal terms used in medicine, together with supplementary tables of weights, measures, chemical symbols, etc.

arranged with special reference to use by the nursing profession

By Amy E. Pope

Formerly Instructor in the Presbyterian Hospital School of

Nursing

Author of "Anatomy and Physiology for Nurses," etc.

12°, Illustrated. 288 pages. $1.00 In full flexible Morocco, Thumb Index, $1.60

No one could be better fitted to produce this book, filling a long-felt want, than Miss Pope, because of her large practical experience as a nurse, instructor, and author. Without question this volume must quickly be recognized as indispensable to the students of her great profession.

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By Lavinia L. Dock

A Text-Book of Materia Medica for Nurses. Fifth Edition, Revised and Enlarged. Cr. 8vo. Net, $1 .50. Postage extra.

Hygiene and Morality. Net, $1.25.

A History of Nursing. In collaboration with M. A. Nutting. 4 vols. 8vo. Each fully illustrated.

Vols. I. and II. The Evolution of the Methods of Care for the Sick from the Earliest Times to the Foundation of the First English and American Training Schools for Nurses. Two vols. with 80 Ills. Net, $5.00. Postage extra.

Vols. III. and IV. The Story of Modern Nursing. Presenting an Account of the Development in Various Countries of the Science of Trained Nursing with Special Reference to the Work of the Past Thirty Years. Two vols. with 75 Ills. Net, $5.00. Postage extra.