Q.E.Nurse 1938-1957: History of Nursing at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham by Collette Clifford
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, is an internationally respected teaching hospital. In recognition of those nurses whose dedication has contributed to the hospital's reputation, this book is published. Chapters cover the origins of the hospital, the training school, the nursing experience, the contribution made during World War II, the senior personalities involved and the future of the Q.E. nurse. The hospital will shortly celebrate its Diamond Jubilee and The Queen Elizabeth Nurses' league felt 1997 was a good time to reflect upon the service given by those who have made the Q.E. a well-loved Birmingham institution. The book is fully illustrated with photographs and drawings.