The Unaccompanied Woman

Watters, Mary
March 2004
Revolution: The Journal for RNs & Patient Advocacy;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p22
Discusses the story of Jamaican nurse Mary Seacole, who financed her way to London, England, and them to the Crimera to care for British soldiers. Book written by Seacole; Integration of multi-ethnic philosophy into the nursing practice.


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