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Title: Nurse Training Changed: Term now Three Years
Authors: Gosford Star
Issue Date: 6-Dec-1967
Abstract: Article regarding Gosford District Hospital in the Gosford Star Newspaper, 6th December 1967. "Nurse Training Changed: Term now Three Years". Image 1: Pictured are the four attractive nurses who graduated at Gosford District Hospital on Friday night. They are (l. to r.) Kerrie Vickery, Lois Taylor, Dianne Phillips and Elizabeth Cottam - Laurie Andrews photo. Image 2: Cr. R. Vaughan
Description: "Nurse Training Changed: Term now Three Years" details the change in curriculum that will shorten the nurse training period for nurses in New South Wales. This was revealed at the nurses' graduation ceremony at the Training School by the Chairman of the Board, Mr. R. Vaughan. Gosford Hospital's present staff numbers at around 250, including 129 in the nursing profession. The girls graduating received their veils from Mrs Wicks, President of the Hospital Auxiliary and certificates from guest speaker (Matron Jenkins). Special prizes were awarded to Nurses G. Davidson, P. Stephens, M. Dunstan, P. Paling and Sister E. Cottam.
Publicaton type: Memorabilia
Subject: Newspaper Articles;Gosford District Hospital;Nursing;Staff
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