File B1974-0046 - Emory, Florence Helen Maud (oral history)

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UTA 5001-B1974-0046

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Emory, Florence Helen Maud (oral history)

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  • 13 May 1974 (Creation)

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2 sound tape reels (94 mins.)

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Professor Emeritus of Nursing, University of Toronto.

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Oral history interview conducted by Barbara Byers. Covers family background through retirement, focussing on her career in public health nursing prior to appointment to the University of Toronto, the development of nursing education at University of Toronto from its beginnings as the Department of Public Health Nursing in the School of Hygiene through to the achievement of faculty status 1920-1972, faculty, curricula, teaching hospitals, degrees, registration of nurses, the roles played by Presidents Falconer, Cody and Smith, and other nursing educators, notably Edith Kathleen Russell, Nettie Douglas Fidler and M. Jean Wilson.

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Transcript available in Reading Room.

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Oral history has been digitized. Contact Archives to download mp3 files.

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