One of the most serious problems confronting us at present : nurses and government hospitals in Southern Rhodesia, 1930s to 1950

@article{Masakure2015OneOT,
  title={One of the most serious problems confronting us at present : nurses and government hospitals in Southern Rhodesia, 1930s to 1950},
  author={Clement Masakure},
  journal={Historia},
  year={2015},
  volume={60},
  pages={109-131}
}
At the centre of enquiry of this article is the nexus between the problem of the shortage of nursing personnel and provision of healthcare services in Southern Rhodesia from the mid-1930s to 1950. The article interrogates the causes of the shortage and its effects on nurses, patients and hospitals. It also investigates various responses by the Rhodesian government. I suggest that both internal and external factors were responsible for the shortage. Whereas colonial policies that were influenced… 
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