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Where Our Christmas Came From
I. In an English Hospital
II. In a Southern Hospital
III. At the Philadelphia General Hospital
IV. In Denmark
Pernicious Anemia and Liver Therapy
Ground Liver and Liver Pulp Recipes
Nutrition and the Health Program
Nursing Costs
Economic Aspects of General Duty Nursing
A Practical Ice-Cap Cover
Nursing Speaks
The Nurse's Responsibility in Diphtheria
An Impression
Home Nursing in Pneumonia
Nursing in Syria
Nurses' Residence and Educational Department Edward W. Sparrow Hospital, Lansing, Michigan
Parliamentary Procedure and Public Speaking
Do Student Nurses Have Adequate Health Service?
An Urban Nursing and Health Demonstration
Nursing Medical Patients
Centralization in Philadelphia
Who Run the Schools?
Esther Dart, R. N
Our Contributors
Work—A Gift?
Committee on Distribution of Nursing Service
The Nurse in Recent Fiction
The Editor Returns Some International Calls
The Teaching of Prevention
Case Records For Students in Unsegregated Services
Raising Admission Standards of the Legal Profession
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
A Case Report of a Medical Patient
A Christmas Greeting
Our Capping Service
A Journal Scrapbook
A New Schedule of Hours and Fees
A Home for Aged Nurses?
“Yeast Fungus”
Too Many Nurses
A True Tale
Journals on Hand
A Study of Negro Public Health Nursing
Louisians's New Requirement of Preliminary Education for Entrance to Schools of Nursing
The Annual Convention of the Protestant Hospital Association
The 32nd Annual Convention of the American Hospital Association
The American Nurses' Association
Harmon Association
The Isabel Hampton Robb Memorial Fund
The Mclsaac Loan Fund
Progress Report of the Joint Committe on Distribution of Nurshing Service
Committee on Grading
Army Nurse Corps
Navy Nurse Corps
U.S. Public Health Service
United States Veterands' Bureau
U.S. Indian Service
Institutes and Special Courses
State Boards of Examiners
State Association
Isabelle Cochrane
THE MOST NEARLY PERFECT FOOD
DIETETICS AHD NUTRITION
PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
INFANT NUTRITION
THE PRESCHOOL CHILD AND HIS POSTURE