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Records of Scottish Community Nursing Administrators and Tutors Group

Author:
Compiled by Alistair Tough, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archivist, 26 June 2008.
Reference:
GB 812 HB 59.
Title:
Records of Scottish Community Nursing Administrators and Tutors Group.
Dates of Creation:
1968-1987.
Extent:
1.00 metre.
Held at:
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archives.
Name of Creator:
Scottish Community Nursing Administrators and Tutors Group (administrative health body: 1968-1987: Scotland).
Language of Material:
English.
Level of Description:
Fonds.
Edition:
First edition.

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Administrative/Biographical History

The Group was formed in 1969 to promote high standards of training and practice in community nursing. It succeeded the Association of Scottish Queen’s Institute of District Nursing Superintendents.


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Scope and Content

  • Annual report, 1931
  • Notes regarding hospital history, c1973
System of Arrangement:
Chronological within series.
Custodial History:
Records held by Scottish Community Nursing Administrators and Tutors Group prior to transfer.
Immediate Source of Acquisition:
Scottish Community Nursing Administrators and Tutors Group.
Appraisal, Destruction and Scheduling:
This material has been appraised in line with standard GB 812 procedures.
Accruals:
None expected.
Access Conditions:
No restrictions.
Legal Status:
Private records.

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Copyright / Reproduction:
Applications for permission to quote should be sent to the Archivist.
Reproduction subject to usual conditions: educational use & condition of documents.
Existence of Copies:
No known copies.
This material is original.
Finding Aids:
Descriptive list.
Related Units of Description:
None.
Publication Note:
No known publications using this material.

Fonds-Level Description Compilation Details

Compiled by Alistair Tough, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archivist, 26 June 2008.

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