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Excerpt from Studies in Invalid Occupation: A Manual for Nurses and Attendants
These studies were brought into systematized form and first tested by practical application in the classes of the Training School for Nurses of the Adams Nervine Asylum, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts, with the interest and unfailing sympathy of its superintendent, Dr. Daniel H. Fuller, who courteously writes the introduction to this book.
The closing chapter relating to the work for the insane is supplied in great kindness by Dr. E. Stanley Abbot, of McLean Hospital, Waverley, Massachusetts.
For the assistance of these two earnest supporters of all helpful methods I wish to express my sincere thanks.
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