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Nurses on the Front Line: When Disaster Strikes 1 edition

Nurses on the Front Line: When Disaster Strikes
Barbra Mann Wall

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Nurses on the Front Line: When Disaster Strikes

Published 2010 by Springer Publishing Company .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Cover�
Contents�
Contributors�
Preface�
Acknowledgments�
Introduction�
Part I
1. The 1878 Yellow Fever Epidemic In Mississippi: “For God’s Sake, Send Us Some Nurses And Doctors”
Catholic Sister Nurses�
The Howard Association Nurses�
Crossing Geographic Boundaries To Help�
Overwhelming Gratitude Versus Resumption Of Racial Discrimination�
Aftermath�
Conclusion�
Study Questions�
Notes�
2. The 1900 Galveston Hurricane: “Unspeakable Calamity”�
Experiencing The Storm�
Provisions For Relief�
Aftermath�
Conclusion�
Study Questions�
Notes�
3. The San Francisco Earthquake And Fire, 1906: “A Lifetime Of Experience”�
The Red Cross And Military Response�
Nursing And Medical Responses To The Disaster�
Discussion: Focused And Energized�
Lingering Questions�
Conclusion�
^
Study Questions�
Notes�
4. The Monongah Mine Disaster, December 1907: A “Roar Like A Thousand Niagaras”�
Peter And Stanislaus Urban�
The Explosion�
The Rescue�
Care Of Survivors, Rescuers, And Families�
Collaborative Efforts After The Disaster�
Aftermath�
Conclusions�
Study Questions�
Notes�
5. Nurses’ Response Across Geographic Boundaries In The Halifax Disaster, December 6, 1917: Border Crossings�
People And Places�
The Disaster�
The Initial Response�
The Boston Response�
“Act Promptly And Efficiently In Emergencies”40: Caring For The Survivors�
Discussion�
Conclusion�
Study Questions�
Notes�
6. The Boston Instructive District Nurses Association And The 1918 Influenza Epidemic: “Intelligent Cooperation”�
Spanish Flu�
The Boston Experience�
The National Response�
^
^^
The Boston Idna Responds�
Underlying Structure Supports Epidemic Work�
Nursing Shortages And Increasing Sickness�
The Aftermath�
Conclusion�
Study Questions:�
Notes�
7. The 1921 Tulsa Race Riot And The “Angels Of Mercy”�
The Riot�
Disaster Relief Work�
Morningside Hospital�
Cinnabar Hospital�
Red Cross Response�
Maurice Willows Hospital�
Conclusion�
Study Questions:�
Notes�
8. The New London, Texas, School Explosion, 1937: “Unparalleled Disaster”�
The Initial Response�
The Red Cross Response�
Constructing Narratives To Make Sense Of Disasters�
Commemoration And Memorialization�
Theoretical Discussion�
Conclusion�
Study Questions:�
Notes�
9. The 1942 Cocoanut Grove Nightclub Fire: Out Of The Ashes�
The Disaster�
The Response�
The Injured�
^
^^
Care Of The Injured At Boston City Hospital�
Care Of The Injured At Massachusetts General Hospital�
Clifford Jones�
Advances In Burn Care�
Disaster Investigation�
Final Comments�
Study Questions�
Notes�
10. The Great Alaska Earthquake Of 1964: Lessons In Leadership�
Providence Hos
^^

Edition Notes

Electronic reproduction. UK : MyiLibrary, 2010.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL25567929M
Internet Archive
nursesonfrontlin00phdb
ISBN 10
082610519X
ISBN 13
9786612764431

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