1 edition of Frontier Nursing Service, Inc., Washington Committee records found in the catalog.
Frontier Nursing Service, Inc., Washington Committee records
Frontier Nursing Service, Inc. Washington Committee
Written in English
Correspondence, minutes, membership rosters, invitations, and other printed matter documenting the fund-raising activities of the Washington Committee.
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The Frontier Nursing Service, opened in in Leslie County, Kentucky, set out to meet the health needs of women and infants in one of the poorest regions of America. This book tells the story of Breckinridge's unparalleled dedication to midwifery and provides a historical overview of the first 40 years of the Frontier Nursing s: 2. Essentials of Nursing Leadership and Management (5th ed.) User Limit: 3; Evidence-Based Physical Diagnosis (4th ed.) Family Nurse Practitioner Certification Intensive Review (3rd ed.) Freestanding Birth Centers: Innovation, Evidence, Optimal Outcomes ; Genetics and Genomics in Nursing and Health Care (2nd ed.).
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Frontier Nursing Service was the first group in the United States to employ nurses who are also qualified midwives. Originally, the organization was known as the Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies.
The Frontier Nursing Service grew rapidly during its first five on: Hospital Hill, off Hickory St., Hyden, Kentucky. The records of the Frontier Nursing Service, Washington Committee, span the years towith the bulk of the material dating from to Correspondence, minutes, membership rosters, invitations, and other printed matter document the fund-raising activities of the Washington Committee of the Frontier Nursing Service.
Founded in. Frontier Nursing University and our network of nurse-midwives and nurse practitioners are at the frontlines and leading efforts to ensure the health and safety of communities across the country. As the reach and impact of the COVID virus continues to evolve, the health, safety and well-being of all our community members remains our priority.
Frontier Nursing Service, Inc., Washington Committee records, Correspondence, minutes, membership rosters, invitations, and other printed matter documenting the fund-raising activities of the Washington Committee.
Contributor: Frontier Nursing Service, Inc. Washington Committee. Mary Breckinridge founded the Frontier Nursing Service, originally known as the Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies, in rural Leslie County, Kentucky, in To that mountain area, Breckinridge brought a background and professional training that enabled her to establish and maintain a unique health care organization.
The Frontier Graduate School of Midwifery was started in by the Frontier Nursing Service (FNS) as a part of its demonstration project in Frontier Nursing Service care of the mother and child in rural areas of Kentucky. When FNS began using nurse-midwives in the United States init was able to secure a qualified staff in only two ways, by sending American.
The Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing is a private, non-profit, non-residential community-based, distance education graduate school offering a Master of Science in Nursing Degree, a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree and post-master’s certificates in advanced practice specialties.
This is an unique and historically valuable film depicting the important medical aid that the Frontier Nursing Service provided in the Appalachian region of Kentucky. The Service provided child. The Leadership Committee continues to meet daily to discuss the effect of the pandemic on our employees, students and operations.
Please reach out if you have questions or concerns. Take care and stay safe. Sincerely, Shelley Aldridge Frontier Nursing University Chief Operations Officer.
Ma - FNU COVID Clinical Rotation Memo. Campus. School Street P.O. Box Hyden, KY () Mary Breckinridge founded the Frontier Nursing Service (FNS), originally known as the Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies, in rural Leslie County, Kentucky, in To that mountain area, Breckinridge brought a background and professional training that enabled her to establish and maintain a unique health care organization.
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Finding aids are XML documents created using the Encoded Archival Description (EAD). LC Location Browse arranges finding aids by the Library reference center that provides user access to a collection. Mary Breckinridge, American nurse-midwife whose establishment of neonatal and childhood medical care systems in the United States dramatically reduced mortality rates of mothers and infants.
In she founded the Frontier Nursing Service in Kentucky. Learn more about Breckinridge’s life and career. Mar 9, - Nurse-midwife Mary Breckinridge created the Kentucky Committee for Mothers and Babies, which was later renamed the Frontier Nursing Service, in after the death of her two children.
Breckinridge founded the service in an attempt to meet the health needs of mothers and children in rural areas. See more ideas about Nurse midwife, Nurse, History pins. Mary Carson Breckinridge ( – ) was an American nurse midwife and the founder of the Frontier Nursing Service (FNS), which provided comprehensive family medical care to the mountain people of rural Kentucky.
FNS served remote and impoverished areas off the road and rail system but accessible by horseback. She modeled her services on European practices and sought to professionalize. Marie Bartlett and actress and storyteller RoseLynn Katz present The Frontier Nursing Service at Malaprop’s on Thursday, Feb.
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Frontier Nursing Service Collection [Berea College. Hutchins Library. Special Collections,; Frontier Nursing Service, Inc.] -- This collection consists of correspondence, printed material, and photographs relating to the Frontier Nursing Service (FNS) which was established in by Mary Breckinridge to provide.
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InMary Breckinridge founded the Frontier Nursing Service in eastern Kentucky. As one of the first programs of its kind in the nation, the Frontier Nursing Service was designed to provide prenatal child care and professional midwifery services to the people of Leslie County, Kentucky where the infant mortality rate was extremely high.Other articles where Frontier Nursing Service is discussed: Kentucky: Health and welfare: care in Kentucky is the Frontier Nursing Service, founded inwhich provides general nursing and obstetric service in the isolated mountain area of eastern Kentucky.
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