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Mrs. Ethel Bedford-Fenwick

Founder

The British Nurses Association

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The British Nurses Association

Background Information

Affiliations

Founder
British Nursing Association

Education

master degree

nursing

degree

lpn nursing online

bachelor degree

nursing

associate degree

nursing online

online nursing master degree

Web References (16 Total References)


RBNA - Nurse Registration of Nurses

www.rbna.org.uk [cached]

Mrs. Bedford-Fenwick was the principal inspirer and leader of this movement.

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The passing of the Bill was witnessed from the Public Gallery of the House of Commons by Mrs. Bedford-Fenwick and the thirty year struggle for nursing registration was over.
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Ethel Bedford-Fenwick was born Ethel Gordon Manson in 1856 and in her nursing career rose to become Matron at Saint Bartholomew's Hospital from 1881 to 1887.
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Mrs Bedford-Fenwick acquired the Nursing Record in 1893 and became its Editor in 1903. It was renamed The British Journal of Nursing and through its pages for the next 54 years her thinking and her beliefs are clearly revealed. She believed that there was a need for training to a recognised standard and was instrumental in forming The British Nurses Association now the Royal British Nurses Association as a means of furthering this endeavour.
This was followed in 1926 by the foundation of The British College of Nurses. This establishment would enable Ethel to fulfil her desire for further education through Fellowships and Diplomas of Nursing and promote a high standard of nursing care and professional status of nurses. Ethel Bedford-Fenwick worked tirelessly to promote higher standards of professionalism and status within nursing until her death in 1947 at the age of 90. It is most appropriate that she appears as "Nurse No. 1" in the RBNA List of Names.


An Introduction to Nursing Schools and Nursing Education

www.nursingschools.com [cached]

Ethel Bedford-Fenwick founded both the British Nursing Association and the first professional nursing publication (the British Journal of Nursing), then became the world's first mandatorily registered nurse in 1919.


In keeping with the need for ...

nursingdegree.1bc5.com [cached]

In keeping with the need for a long history, but in its current form probably dates back to ancient times, where medicine lore was associated with Ethel BedfordFenwick formed the British Nurses Association (1980) has defined nursing as the Whitley system.This placed nurses (and most other nonmedical/dental staff) on bands between 2 and 9.Unregistered staff take up bands 24, with qualified staff taking bands 58.


RBNA - Nurse Registration of Nurses

www.r-bna.com [cached]

Mrs. Bedford-Fenwick was the principal inspirer and leader of this movement.

...
The passing of the Bill was witnessed from the Public Gallery of the House of Commons by Mrs. Bedford-Fenwick and the thirty year struggle for nursing registration was over.
...
Ethel Bedford-Fenwick was born Ethel Gordon Manson in 1856 and in her nursing career rose to become Matron at Saint Bartholomew's Hospital from 1881 to 1887.
...
Mrs Bedford-Fenwick acquired the Nursing Record in 1893 and became its Editor in 1903.It was renamed The British Journal of Nursing and through its pages for the next 54 years her thinking and her beliefs are clearly revealed.She believed that there was a need for training to a recognised standard and was instrumental in forming The British Nurses Association now the Royal British Nurses Association as a means of furthering this endeavour.
This was followed in 1926 by the foundation of The British College of Nurses.This establishment would enable Ethel to fulfil her desire for further education through Fellowships and Diplomas of Nursing and promote a high standard of nursing care and professional status of nurses.Ethel Bedford-Fenwick worked tirelessly to promote higher standards of professionalism and status within nursing until her death in 1947 at the age of 90.It is most appropriate that she appears as "Nurse No. 1" in the RBNA List of Names.


History Of Nursing

www.paralumun.com [cached]

1923 - The Nursing Act of 1919 becomes effective and Ethel Bedford-Fenwick is the first nurse registered in the UK.

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