Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
The American College of Nurse-Midwifery (ACNM) was incorporated on 7 November 1955 as the professional organization for certified nurse-midwives in the United States. Meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, publications, subject files, photographs, audio and video tapes, and general and historical document document the activities of the leadership and membership of this professional nurse-midwives association.
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Films address a range of topics including nursing, prenatal and neonatal care, infant and child development, mental health, medical ethics, aging, and human sexuality.
Biographical narratives and interviews of District of Columbia League for Nursing members
Contains meeting minutes, committee reports, site visit data, and publications documenting the National League for Nursing's procedures and results in the process of evaluating schools or nursing for accreditation.
Contains a nurse's account of work and conditions in a workhouse. Includes an essay on political economics. Printed matter includes the First report of the Lunacy Law Reform Association, London, 1874.
"The artificial heart: a case study of social and ethical issues posed by advanced medical technology" Collection
Interviews, interview summaries, testimonies, audiocassettes, field notes, and background articles created and collected by Judith Swazey and Renee Fox as part of their study of the Jarvik-7 artificial heart's development and clinical use.