Short-term training courses under the professional nurse traineeship program of the U.S. Public Health Service

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Title:
Short-term training courses under the professional nurse traineeship program of the U.S. Public Health Service
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Public Health Service publication ;
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6 p. : ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
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United States -- Public Health Service. -- Division of Nursing
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U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Division of Nursing
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Bethesda, Md
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Rev. ed.

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Nursing schools -- Directories -- United States   ( lcsh )
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Cover title.
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"Supplement B to Public Health Service Publication No. 1154-1."
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"Revised February 1969."

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University of Florida
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U. S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE
Public Health Service National Institutes of Health
Bureau of Health Professions Education and Manpower Training
Division of Nursing
9000 Rockville Pike Bethesda, Maryland 20014


DISCRIMINATION PROHIBITED--Title VI of
the Civil Rights Act of 1964 states: "No per-
son in the United States shall, on the ground
of race, color, or national origin, be excluded
from participation in, be denied the benefits of,
or be subjected to discrimination under any pro-
gram or activity receiving Federal financial
assistance. Therefore, the Professional Nurse
Traineeship Program under the Nurse Training
Act of 1964, like every program or activity
receiving Federal assistance from the Depart-
ment of Health, Education, and Welfare, must
be operated in compliance with this law.
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ARIZONA

Palo Verde Hospital
801 South Prudence Road
Tucson, Arizona 85710
Program Director: Miss Mary Jane O'Hara

Psycho-Social Aspects of Nursing Care
Improvement and implementation of psycho-social
aspects of patient care in general hospitals.
June 2-6, 1969

ARKANSAS

Arkansas League for Nursing
1815 West 12th Street
Little Rock, Arkansas 72202
Program Director: Mrs. Nell T. Balkman

The Professional Nurse and Her Responsibilities
in Coordinating Patient Care
To assist nurses to identify their
responsibilities as coordinator of the health
teams and assist in acquiring the necessary
skills to fulfill this role.
June 16-21, 1969


TO APPLY FOR A SHORT-TERM TRAINEESHIP
write to the institution or agency giving the course.








CALIFORNIA

Rancho Los Amigos Hospital
7601 East Imperial Highway
Downey, California 90242
Program Director: Mrs. Barbara W. Madden

Rehabilitative Nursing Workshop
To prepare registered nurses in leadership
positions for strengthened commitment in
extending their rehabilitative skills to
patients, staff, or students.
April 28 May 23, 1969
To be repeated
September 15 October 10, 1969
October 27 November 21, 1969

COLORADO

University of Colorado School of Nursing
4200 East 9th Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80220
Program Director: Mrs. Elda S. Popiel

Designing, Implementing, and Improving
Inservice Education Programs in Health Agencies
A continuing workshop to assist Nursing Service
personnel to design, implement, and improve
inservice education programs in their
institutions.
First Session May 5-16, 1969
Second Session November 3-7, 1969








MARYLAND

University of Maryland, School of Nursing
624 West Lombard Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Program Director: Dr. Ruth J. Kohl

Teacher in An Associate Degree Nursing Program
To provide new nurse faculty in associate
degree programs with an opportunity to increase
understanding of how the philosophy and
purposes of this type of education are
translated into realistic planning for and
evaluation of teaching-learning situations.
June 23-28, 1969

MASSACHUSETTS

Boston University, School of Nursing
635 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02215
Program Director: Miss Lena M. Plaisted

Rehabilitation Nursing
To improve the knowledge, skills, and
communication of professional nurses in
rehabilitation of the chronically ill.
April 21 May 9, 1969
To be repeated
June 2 June 20, 1969
September 22 October 10, 1969
October 27 November 14, 1969








NORTH CAROLINA

University of North Carolina
School of Public Health
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Program Director: Miss Virginia Nelson

Application of Public Health Sciences in
Teaching Public Health Nursing
To provide assistance to public health nursing
faculty members in baccalaureate programs in
making application of public health sciences in
teaching public health nursing.
First Session June 9-13, 1969
Second Session December 8-12, 1969

University of North Carolina
School of Nursing
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
Program Director: Dr. Susanna L. Chase

A Scientific Approach to Supervision of Cardiac
Units: Personnel, Patients, and Practices
To assist the supervising nurse in updating her
knowledge of and skills in the application of
the scientific approach to supervision of
personnel and nursing care in cardiac units.
April 21 May 2, 1969
To be repeated
November 3-14, 1969
February 2-13, 1970








NEW JERSEY

Rutgers The State University of New Jersey
Building 4077, Kilmer Area
New Brunswick, New Jersey 08903
Program Director: Miss Margaret Bunnell

Parent-Child Relationship: Role of the Nurse
A workshop to assist obstetric, pediatric, and
public health nurses who are in leadership
positions implement change relative to newer
concepts and knowledge of family crisis
intervention.
First Session May 19-23, 1969
Second Session June 23-27, 1969

NEW YORK

New York University
Division of Nursing Education
Washington Square
New York, New York 10003
Program Director: Dr. Joan C. Hoexter

Selected Administrative Problems for Directors
of Associate Degree Nursing Programs
A workshop to provide philosophical and
theoretical background for informed study of
the constant problems of admission and
attrition. Discussion will focus on
controversial philosophies, diagnostic and
selection tools, and some methods by which
people approach these problems.
June 23-27, 1969








NEW YORK (continued)

University of Rochester
Department of Nursing
260 Crittenden Boulevard
Rochester, New York 14620
Program Director: Miss Mary F. Wemett

Programing for Self-Instruction in Nursing
To prepare and assist participants to evaluate,
use, and construct units of programed
instruction.
June 16-28, 1969

TEXAS

Texas Woman's University
College of Nursing
1130 M.D. Anderson Boulevard
Houston, Texas 77025
Program Director: Miss Lucie C. M. Schultz

Rehabilitation Nursing Workshop
To gain understanding of leadership skills in
restorative nursing.
April 21 May 16, 1969
To be repeated
June 2-27, 1969

WASHI NGTON

University of Washington
School of Nursing
Seattle, Washington 98105
Program Director: Dr. Laurie M. Gunter

Nursing Care of Older Patients -- A Research
Utilization Course
The course is directed toward the solution of
community problems related to nursing care of
the aged.
June 16-20, 1969









































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This list of short-term training courses supplements
the information in the pamphlet "Professional Nurse
Traineeships," Public Health Service Publication
No. 1154-1, which briefly describes traineeship
provisions for both full-time and short-term training.
The schools offering traineeships for full-time aca-
demic study are listed in Supplement A. All three
pamphlets are available from the Division of Nursing
of the National Institutes of Health.


Supplement B (Revised February 1969 )
To Public Health Service Publication No. 1154-1




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