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Who Shall Take Care of Our Sick?: Roman Catholic Sisters and the Development of Catholic Hospitals in New York City
This rich history chronicles the prominent role of Catholic women religious in establishing the hospitals at the core of New York City's extensive Catholic medical network. Beginning with the openingExpand
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Electronic Drug Prescribing and Administration - Bedside Medical Decision Making
A rules-based electronic drug prescribing system is described, which by means of radio-linked mobile terminals allows bedside entry of drug prescription and administration data to be evaluated in real-time against wide-ranging clinical data including interactions and allergies. Expand
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Nuns’ Stories: Writing the History of Women Religious in the United States
Twenty-five years ago, a conference at St. Catherine’s College in St. Paul launched a new wave in the historiography of women religious in the United States. Nurtured by archivists and historians ofExpand
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Vocationalism and Social Catholicism in Twentieth–Century Ireland. By Don O'Leary. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2000. xiv + 274 pp. $52.50 cloth.
the fifteen bishops appointed in the period from 1865-80 were of this school. High Churchmanship was dominant among the bishops on both sides of the Palmerston era. Strongly committed to the conceptExpand
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