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Excerpt from A History of Nursing, Vol. 4 of 4: The Evolution of Nursing Systems From the Earliest Times to the Foundation of the First English and American Training Schools for Nurses
In I869, the great scientist Virchow gave a lecture before an associationofwomeninberlin,inwhichhedeclaredthatnursing should be organised on strictly secular has, with purely humanitar ian purposes. And urged the following pr0posals: I. Men's wards should be nursed by women. 2. Every large hospital should have a training school. 3. Small localities should have training com mittees. 4. Nurses should unite in organisations. 5. Special institutes should provide preparatory teaching in hygiene, dietetic, etc. Ger. Abhandl, of. Med, vol. Ii.. Pp. 55-56.
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