150 Nurses to Know

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2005

First lady of Canadian nursing
Canada’s most decorated nurse, she is a companion of the Order of Canada, holds six honorary doctorates and received the Florence Nightingale Medal from the International Committee of the Red Cross. Meet Helen Mussallem. (January)

Research for practice, for life
Judith Wuest is living proof that research is both an essential part of nursing and a viable career path. (February)

Trailblazer in nursing research
Over the last 26 years, Dr. Linda O’Brien-Pallas has completed nearly 85 research projects, helping to lay the foundation for a science-based profession. (March)

November 2005, Harriet Sloan

Upholding the image of nursing
Dr. Ginette Lemire Rodger is a charismatic leader who has made an invaluable contribution to nursing, nationally and internationally. (April)

Ethics in action
For more than 30 years, Dr. Janet Storch has endeavoured to move ethics out of the textbooks and into nursing practice. (May)

A mission accomplished
During Dr. Helen Glass’s 60-year career, nursing was transformed from a practice to a profession — in no small part because of her efforts. (June)

Nursing excellence by design
As a tireless advocate for the nursing profession, Dr. Shirley Stinson continues to make history. (October)

A lifetime of service
She is the doyenne of military nursing sisters. During the Year of the Veteran, Lt.-Col. (Ret’d) Harriet Sloan’s memory is working overtime. (November)



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