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Sister Mary Agnes (1897–1986): A Pillar of Nursing Ethics and Professionalism

Sister Mary Agnes, born in 1897, remains a revered figure in the history of nursing, recognized for her unwavering commitment to nursing ethics and professionalism. Throughout her life, she tirelessly advocated for the highest standards of ethical conduct and professionalism within the nursing profession. I. Early Life and Calling to Nursing: Sister Mary Agnes’ journey[…more]

Sister Mary Florence (1902–1981): A Pioneer in Multimodal Nursing Education

Sister Mary Florence, born in 1902, stands as a trailblazer in the field of nursing education, particularly for her groundbreaking contributions to the integration of multimedia. In an era when educational resources were limited, Sister Mary Florence’s innovative approach revolutionized how nurses were trained, leaving an enduring impact on the landscape of nursing education. I.[…more]