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By Wood, Pamela
Pamela Wood's New Zealand Nurses draws on a wealth of stories to identify the values and traditions of the nursing culture from 1880 - when 'modern nursing' started to emerge - to 1950, after NZ had severed its final tie as part of the British Empire.
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Drawing on extensive research, this social and cultural history explores how colonial settlers approached the problems of dirt, filth, disease, and decay in New Zealand during the 19th century, and the roles that health professionals and local authorities played in the protection... of public health.Read more
By Delio, Ilia; Warner, Keith Douglass; Wood, Pamela; Foreword by Edwards, Denis
Care for Creation takes both a theological and practical approach to developing a Franciscan spirituality of the earth. Four sections focus on: the relationship between the earth as Gods creation and Jesus as the Incarnation of God; the implication of Francis Canticle of Creation... for our time; the role of contemplative prayer as a key to discovering Francis awe and respect for creation; and conversion in the Franciscan tradition.Read more
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