A Voice for Nurses
Susan McGann, Professor Anne Crowther, Rona Dougall
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Publisher:Manchester University Press
Presents the history of Royal College of Nursing, one of the largest nursing organizations in the world. This book deals with the position of nurses in British society during 20th century by examining the largest of their organizations. It sheds light on both gender relations and the position of women in the work place in Britain since 1916.
|Publisher||Manchester University Press|| ||Weight (grammes)||703|
|Imprint||Manchester University Press|| ||Published in||Manchester|
|Format||Hardback|| ||Height (mm)||234|
|Publication date||01 Jun 2009|| ||Width (mm)||156|
|DEWEY||610.7306041|| ||Spine width (mm)||33|
|DEWEY edition||DC22|| ||Academic level||Tertiary education, Professional / Scholarly|
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