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Backrubs vs. Bach: Nursing and the Entry-into-Practice Debate, 1946–1986

Backrubs vs. Bach: Nursing and the Entry-into-Practice Debate, 1946–1986 ARTICLES Backrubs vs. Bach Nursing and the Entry-into-Practice Debate, r 96- r 986 SUSAN RXMBY LEXGHOW Hismry Deparment Shippensburg University In 1966 Patricia Early wrote an indignant letea to the Ammbti Jwmd oJ Nz&qg (Am, protesting a recent Position Pap on Mumtion issued by tfie Amuicm Nurse Assodation (ANA). Nurse Early, a graduate of a hospid mining &ool, expdhosrility toward a statement made by tbe ANA. A year earlier the ANA had rec~mmended that all fume registered nurses (RNs) be bd in college aad universjtiies. Nurse Early, can- med with the propal's impact on both RNs and patients, issued a Menge ro the W's leaders. "Please prove m me that 1 an give a bema back rub or enema by tahg corn in music appredadm or fiteratureP1 Patricia Early's her was only one sahro in a batde that nwses had fought almost since the inception of the -on. Since the ~Sgos, the *ship and the rank and 5le dHad over the issue of entry-level train- ing. Several ~~ haw: dommcmed the class-based nature of rhe de bate, which pimd uppa- and zddbda9s leackss in duation, admin- istration, and public Mth a@m working-class private duty nurses and hospital Laded calls http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nursing History Review Springer Publishing

Backrubs vs. Bach: Nursing and the Entry-into-Practice Debate, 1946–1986

Nursing History Review , Volume 4 (1): 15 – Jan 1, 1996

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ARTICLES Backrubs vs. Bach Nursing and the Entry-into-Practice Debate, r 96- r 986 SUSAN RXMBY LEXGHOW Hismry Deparment Shippensburg University In 1966 Patricia Early wrote an indignant letea to the Ammbti Jwmd oJ Nz&qg (Am, protesting a recent Position Pap on Mumtion issued by tfie Amuicm Nurse Assodation (ANA). Nurse Early, a graduate of a hospid mining &ool, expdhosrility toward a statement made by tbe ANA. A year earlier the ANA had rec~mmended that all fume registered nurses (RNs) be bd in college aad universjtiies. Nurse Early, can- med with the propal's impact on both RNs and patients, issued a Menge ro the W's leaders. "Please prove m me that 1 an give a bema back rub or enema by tahg corn in music appredadm or fiteratureP1 Patricia Early's her was only one sahro in a batde that nwses had fought almost since the inception of the -on. Since the ~Sgos, the *ship and the rank and 5le dHad over the issue of entry-level train- ing. Several ~~ haw: dommcmed the class-based nature of rhe de bate, which pimd uppa- and zddbda9s leackss in duation, admin- istration, and public Mth a@m working-class private duty nurses and hospital Laded calls

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Nursing History ReviewSpringer Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 1996

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