By Rosalie M. Lombard
It used to be a long time later, in the course of my student-nursing days at Columbia-Presbyterian, that i actually realized what the Grenfell venture used to be all approximately. i used to be intrigued on the considered, sometime, utilizing my nursing abilities there. After graduating in 1951, I remained on the clinical centre for one more yr of nursing event. In that point, I had gotten uninterested in the massive urban and yearned for a extra adventurous operating setting. these previous seeds concerning the Grenfell character had sprouted. in the summertime of 1952, I met with the overseas Grenfell organization secretary and signed up as an assistant nurse in St. Anthony. The seed that have been planted such a lot of years ahead of had ultimately blossomed and might lead me to nice adventures.
Adventures of a Grenfell Nurse is a riveting number of tales that percentage the reviews of a Grenfell nurse within the early Fifties within the subarctic weather of Newfoundland and Labrador: a educate damage, a dogsled journey, the supply of a toddler on board a coastal steamship, a harrowing crusing event, a near-shipwreck in gale-force winds, and masses more!
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