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The Public Health Nurse

The Public Health Nurse was the name of an American magazine published by the National Organization for Public Health Nursing in the early 20th century.

Publication History

The first issue titled The Public Health Nurse was dated August 1918, succeeding The Public Health Nurse Quarterly and continuing its issue numbering, now as a monthly magazine. The first isue was volume 10, number 4. The first actively copyright-renewed issue is May 1925 (v. 17 no. 5). We know of no actively copyright-renewed contributions. (More details) The Public Health Nurse ran under that title until 1931, when it was renamed Public Health Nursing. That in turn was eventually replaced by Nursing Outlook, which continues to publish today.

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