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21. Gray's Anatomy

(American Editions of Gray's Anatomy – listings) Inkling. . Expert Consult (eBook). (PDF) , 2004, , retrieved 21 March 2012 See p. 9, bottom Henry Gray. . Open Library . Retrieved 2012-09-27 . . Bartleby.com . Retrieved 2012-09-27 . . Education.yahoo.com. Archived from on 10 October 2012 . Retrieved 2012-09-27 . Amazon Retrieved 21 March 2012 , By Glenn O'Neal, Posted 4/10/2005, USATODAY.com . [ ] . www.us.elsevierhealth.com . Laing, Olivia (2017-09-08). . the Guardian . Retrieved 2018-07-04 . Roschke (...) to collapse under its own weight in a and physical sense. From the 35th edition onward, increased efforts were made to reverse this trend and keep the book readable by students. Nevertheless, the 38th edition contained 2,092 pages in large format – the highest page count of any and an increase from the 35th edition, which had 1,471 pages. The current 41st edition has 1,584 pages. Newer editions of Gray's Anatomy – and even several recent older ones – are still considered to be the most comprehensive

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22. Nursing

clerk, nurse, and humanitarian, and the founder of the American Red Cross. Saint , a Sister of St. Francis who opened and operated some of the first general hospitals in the United States, instituting cleanliness standards which influenced the development of America's modern hospital system. Catholic orders such as , , , and built hospitals and provided nursing services during this period. [ ] In turn, the modern deaconess movement began in Germany in 1836. Within a half century, there were over (...) of undergraduate and post-graduate . Advancement of nursing research and a desire for association and organization led to the formation of a wide variety of and . Growing recognition of nursing as a distinct academic discipline was accompanied by an awareness of the need to define the for practice. In the 19th and early 20th century, nursing was considered a women's profession, just as doctoring was a men's profession. With increasing expectations of workplace equality during the late 20th century, nursing

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23. Nurse

clerk, nurse, and humanitarian, and the founder of the American Red Cross. Saint , a Sister of St. Francis who opened and operated some of the first general hospitals in the United States, instituting cleanliness standards which influenced the development of America's modern hospital system. Catholic orders such as , , , and built hospitals and provided nursing services during this period. [ ] In turn, the modern deaconess movement began in Germany in 1836. Within a half century, there were over (...) of undergraduate and post-graduate . Advancement of nursing research and a desire for association and organization led to the formation of a wide variety of and . Growing recognition of nursing as a distinct academic discipline was accompanied by an awareness of the need to define the for practice. In the 19th and early 20th century, nursing was considered a women's profession, just as doctoring was a men's profession. With increasing expectations of workplace equality during the late 20th century, nursing

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