The History and Progress of Poor-Law Nursing, by Eleanor C. Barton

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The History and Progress of Poor-Law Nursing, by Eleanor C. Barton
The History and Progress of Poor-Law Nursing, by Eleanor C. Barton, with a preface by Sir Arthur Downes

Slim hardback published by Law and Local Government Publications, no date given. 26 pages. (S8295QWSO)

This book provides a brief history of poor-law nursing, and chapters include:

Preface
Treatment in By-gone Years
Liverpool Pioneers: Work of Agnes Jones
Progress of Sick Nursing Generally
Establishment of Separate Poor-Law Infirmaries
Nursing Order of 1913
Professional Associations, Societies and Councils
Establishment of General Nursing Council: Poor-Law Training Schools
Poor-Law Hospitals-
(1) Approved for Complete Training
(2) Approved for Affiliated Training
(3) Approved for Associated Training
Nurses' War Service
Poor-Law Training Schools: Advantages to the Nurses
Outstanding Landmarks


The condition of the book is generally good. The cover boards have some minor scuffs, and considerable sun fading/discolouration. Inside, the spine is tight and intact, and all pages are intact, unblemished and tightly bound.
Condition New