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135 Index Page references followed by f indicate a figure, by t a table. access, issues of, 16 Addams, Jane, 70 advanced practice nursing, 12 Affordable Care Act (ACA). See Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act American Association of Psychiatric Social Workers, 74, 75 American Association of Social Workers, 23 Americanization, process of, 106 American Journal of Public Health, 25, 26 American Medical Association (AMA), 104 American Nurses Association (ANA), 20 American Public Health Association, 25; 1925 Annual Meeting of, 45 American Red Cross (ARC), 24; nursing service of, 31; peacetime mission of, 13, 21; withdrawal from national health center movement of, 42 American Red Cross Building, 81 Anderson, Elizabeth, 72 Anderson, Grace, 44, 46, 57, 64, 77, 88, 89, 90, 93, 94, 98–99, 109; and generalized vs. specialized nursing, 40–41; “new approach” and, 74; and statistical knowledge, 60, 61 anesthesia, introduction of obstetrical, 3–4 Apple, Rima, 3 Appleget, Thomas B., 53, 57, 95, 98 Armstrong, Donald, 91 Army School of Nursing, Washington, DC, 19 Associated Jewish Philanthropies, 21 Association for Improving Conditions of the Poor (AICP), 7, 15–16, 22, 23, 24, 29, 75, 83, 85; bedside care provided by, 14; on black public health nurses, 59; and black social workers, 60; Bureau of Nursing of, 76, 93; and East Harlem Nursing Project, 35–36; “home hospital” demonstration of, 42–43 Baby Health Station, 81 baby milk stations, 47 bag techniques, in public health nursing practice, 63 Baker, S. Josephine, 29 Baldwin, Edward, 32 Bayer, Ronald, 25, 104 Beard, Mary, 20, 46, 48, 51, 74, 90, 96; efforts to continue nursing service of, 94–95; on lay midwives, 93 Beardsley, Ruml, as “father of modern social science,” 118n23 Beatty, Barbara, 3 bedside nursing: drift away from, 91; early insurance coverage for, 17; provided by private agencies, 14 Bellevue Hospital: midwifery school at, 62; overcrowding of, 103 Bellevue Medical School Clinic, 84 Bellevue-Yorkville Demonstration Project, 6t, 7, 11, 54, 55, 72; accomplishments of, 84; as experimental station, 83–84; failure of, 58; health initiatives of, 58; impact of the Depression on, 79; on map, 33f; and neighborhood health centers, 84; nursing knowledge shared by, 58; opening of, 36; planning, 31–34; success of, 102 Bellevue-Yorkville neighborhood, 9, 74; impact of the Depression on, 87; nursing supervision in, 110; population of, 34; public health nursing in, 92 Bellevue-Yorkville nurses, 84 Bellevue-Yorkville schools, health practice education in, 66–67 best practice models, 2 Biggs, Hermann M., 15, 24, 25, 31, 32, 51 birth control clinic, in East Harlem Nursing District, 88 birth rates, declining, 89 136 Index black families, 22; and neighborhood health centers, 102–103; southern, 107–108 black nurses: at Columbus Hill, 24; training of, 23 black populations, neighborhood health centers for, 85 Blossom Street Health Unit, in Boston, 21 bowel control training. for infants, 63 Bowling Green, NYC, 63 British Royal College of Nursing, 75 Bronx, NYC, neighborhood health centers in, 85 Brooklyn, NYC, neighborhood health centers in, 85 Brosco, Jeffrey, 39 Buhler-Wilkerson, Karen, 102 Burgess, May Ayres, 46, 47 Burritt, Bailey Barton, 30, 31, 32, 43, 44, 46, 54, 72, 75, 85; and “home hospital” concept, 22–24 Cabrini, Francesca (Frances), 67 caesarean sections, increase in, 92, 93 Cahan, Emily, 3 cancer, 109 Cannon, Ida B., 70 cardiac clinics, 39 care coordination: for East Harlem neighborhoods, 27; and health outcomes, 40; problem of, 13; and public health nurses, 14, 29 Carnegie Foundation, 42, 99; report on medical education of, 71 case work: introduction of, 71; method, 8 caseworkers, 72–73 Catholic Charitable Bureau, 21 Catholic relief organizations, 43 Cattaraugus County, as potential demonstration site, 32 Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (Innovation Center), 1, 11, 101, 104; and best practice models, 112; demonstration projects for, 109 Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), 1, 12 Charities Aid Association, of New York State, 24 Charity Organizing Society (COS), NYC private social welfare agency, 43 childbirth: medicalization of, 38, 104–105; moved from homes into hospitals, 4, 103; skilled medical attendance for, 3–4 child development: in early public health nursing, 18; science of, 3; specialized knowledge in, 97 “child guidance” movement, 4 Child Health Conference, of East Harlem Nursing Service, 89 children, 38; malnutrition in, 97. See also preschool children chronic disease, 109, 111 Citizen’s Health Protective Society, 22, 38, 41; proposed plan of, 17; self-supporting nursing and health service of, 17 class, social: at Columbus Hill Health Center, 60; at East Harlem Nursing Service, 60; and health, 106...


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  • Community health nursing -- New York (State) -- New York.
  • Public health nursing -- New York (State) -- New York.
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