By M. EUGENIE HIBBARD
Member of the American Society of Superintendents of Training-Schools for Nurses, Late Superintendent of the Santa Isabel Hospital, Matanzas, Cuba, and Superintendent of Hospital No. 1, Havana.
With the military occupation by the United States of the Island of Cuba, a country so crossed and barred by events in its previous history, began a new regime, difficult for the people of tropical climes to appreciate, and possibly more difficult for them to imitate and sustain.[Leer más…] acerca de The Establishment of Schools for Nurses in Cuba.