Nursing in New Zealand

Author(s): Hester Maclean

NZ Education and Health | Secondhand

An autobiography from acclaimed Australian-born New Zealand medical figure and nurse, Hester Maclean.  She served in World War One, and was the founding Matron-in-Chief of the New Zealand Army Nursing Service, as well as one of the first nurses to recieve the Florence Nightingale medal.

In good condition with only slight shelfwear.


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General Fields

  • : CIR1596082535
  • : Tolan Printing Company
  • : January 1932
  • : Wellington
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Hester Maclean
  • : Hardback
  • : 283