Journal of Nursing Education

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With this issue of the Journal, we are very pleased to introduce and welcome Miss Grace L Nangle, Senior Supervisor, Health Occupations Training, Division of Vocational Education, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as a new member of our editorial board for ine. Miss Nangle will serve on the board as advisor representing practical and vocational nursing education programs. She replaces Miss Elizabeth Kerr who served as a member of the board for two years and whose increased professional responsibilities during 1965 made it necessary for her to resign earlier this year. A note of thanks is due Miss Kerr for her efforts on behalf of the journal. We appreciate her continuing interest in ihe as we we/come Miss Nangle to the board as her successor.

A note of thanks is also due the other members of the editorial board for ine. Dean Lulu Wolf Hassenplug of the University of California at Los Angeles and Dr. Mary D. Shanks, Dean, School of Nursing, Illinois Wesleyan University, serve, on the board as advisors representing baccalaureate and graduate nursing programs. Miss Ruth Sleeper, Director of Nursing Education and Service, Massachusetts Cenerà/ Hospital in Boston serves as advisor j representing diploma programs, and Miss Georgeen DeChow, Director, Department of Nursing, Manatee Junior College in Bradenton, Florida, serves as advisor representing associate degree nursing programs. We are deeply indebted to these distinguished educators for their excellent assistance in reviewing the articles submitted to us and for their great interest and enthusiasm in encouraging new writers for nursing education.

The Publishers…

With this issue of the Journal, we are very pleased to introduce and welcome Miss Grace L Nangle, Senior Supervisor, Health Occupations Training, Division of Vocational Education, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, as a new member of our editorial board for ine. Miss Nangle will serve on the board as advisor representing practical and vocational nursing education programs. She replaces Miss Elizabeth Kerr who served as a member of the board for two years and whose increased professional responsibilities during 1965 made it necessary for her to resign earlier this year. A note of thanks is due Miss Kerr for her efforts on behalf of the journal. We appreciate her continuing interest in ihe as we we/come Miss Nangle to the board as her successor.

A note of thanks is also due the other members of the editorial board for ine. Dean Lulu Wolf Hassenplug of the University of California at Los Angeles and Dr. Mary D. Shanks, Dean, School of Nursing, Illinois Wesleyan University, serve, on the board as advisors representing baccalaureate and graduate nursing programs. Miss Ruth Sleeper, Director of Nursing Education and Service, Massachusetts Cenerà/ Hospital in Boston serves as advisor j representing diploma programs, and Miss Georgeen DeChow, Director, Department of Nursing, Manatee Junior College in Bradenton, Florida, serves as advisor representing associate degree nursing programs. We are deeply indebted to these distinguished educators for their excellent assistance in reviewing the articles submitted to us and for their great interest and enthusiasm in encouraging new writers for nursing education.

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