Profile of a Leader - Elizabeth Logan: Demonstrating a Nursing Model in Practice
For any of us who were at McGill School of Nursing during the 1950s, 60s and early 70s Elizabeth Logan was a familiar figure. To the present day her beliefs about what nursing should be influence nursing education and practice at McGill. Her views are reflected in many of the curriculum articles which appear in Health, Family, Learning and Collaborative Nursing (Gottlieb & Ezer, 1997). In many ways she represents what McGill School of Nursing faculty wished to produce in their graduates - independent, scholarly, creative thinkers.
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