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Breaking Barriers: Mary Elizabeth Carnegie

Mary Elizabeth Carnegie (April 19, 1916, to February 20, 2008) was a nursing educator and author who worked tirelessly for the cause of African American nurses. She was the first black nurse to...

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Clara Barton and the American Red Cross

Born in 1821 in North Oxford, Massachusetts, Clara Barton became an educator before discovering her calling during the American Civil War. The start of the war found Barton in Washington, D.C.,...

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Mary Breckinridge’s Nursing Education Legacy: Rural Midwifery

Mary Breckinridge, like Florence Nightingale, created an educational legacy that is still in place today.

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Florence Nightingale Still Vital to Nursing Education

If you are in nursing, whether as an active nurse or as a nurse educator, you surely know the history of Florence Nightingale, the mother of the modern nursing profession. Through her actions as...

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