Nurses Incorporate. The Minneapolis Journal (Minneapolis, Minnesota) November 19, 1906, p 2

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Nurses Incorporate. The Minneapolis Journal (Minneapolis, Minnesota) November 19, 1906, p 2 - 1 NURSES INCORPORATE Will Seek toT Raise...
1 NURSES INCORPORATE Will Seek toT Raise Standard of Practice Practice XTnder, zaftr -*s The Minnesota State Graduate Nurses' association* whiqh has4gen organized organized for about a /ea an$ a^alf, hus been incorporated, pricifi?By with a view of placing 'the association on a more Substantial basis and doing more effective woxk. It8 first,, effort will be to secure the passage of" a'legislative a'legislative n,ct requiring all professional .nurses tQ be licensed anderegistered the stated in order to rais the standary -of the professions I is the general' opinion that a nurse, in order to be recognised recognised as sueh, should be a graduate of a school or hospital with a twb years' course or possess an equal training. training. There are about 300 professional nurses in the twin cities and probably an equal number in the remainder of the state. The association at present numbers 235 members. The officers are as follows: President, Mrs. A. R. Colvin, Colvin, St. Paul first vicepresident, Miss Marv WoodSj St. Paul second vicepresident, vicepresident, Miss Edda Knox, Duluth secretary, Miss Marie R. Jamme, Minneapolis, Minneapolis, and treasurer, Miss, Grace Holmes, St. Paul.^

Clipped from The Minneapolis Journal19 Nov 1906, MonPage 2

The Minneapolis Journal (Minneapolis, Minnesota)19 Nov 1906, MonPage 2
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