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Report, 1926–continued.

nurses:

Nursing Staff-cont.
Untrained

Mrs. G. H. 2202, 2210 -Complaints heard, Thackore 1570- -Information to doctor and patients' friends should be compulsory, Miss K. Scott 1129–31- -no Objection to some not fully trained nurses, Dr. C. F. Scott 3439–40, 3490_7- Only, Cardross-Grant 775–8; Anderson 855–8; Miss X 1487-506, 1532-41– Question of, Bone 207—9—Passing on of, to private homes as trained, Thackore 1604–5, 1631-3- -Period in nursing home of no value as regards getting certificate and not considered possible, Scott 12 1258-64—-Patient should be told, Miss X 1514, 1540-1--Reduced fees advocated, Phillips 2685–9.

P.

PATERSON, HERBERT J., C.B.E., M.o., M.D., M.A.,F.R.C.s. 3513–3628.
Doctors' houses 3514-6, 3591-5, 3610–2- -Nursing staff 3523-5, 3547–57,

3571–86, 3600–7, 3613A, 3621-8--Premises 3521-2, 3525–31-
Registration and inspection 3514–6, 3536–46, 3558–65, 3568–70,

3587-90, 3608-9, 3613-20%-Royal British Nurses Association 3596–9.
PHILLIPS, Miss ETHEL, S.R.n. 2580-2775.
Chronic cases 2716-20 -Doctors' homes 2601-3- -Doncaster Nursing

Homes, unfair criticism 2599, 2731-4, 2775 -Doncaster, St. George s
Nursing Home 2588–94, 2644–71, 2721–2, 2727-30, 2755–61, 2768–75
-Inspection 2604–7, 2628-43, 2708–15, 2735–9– -Maternity homes
2584-5- -Matrons 2608–27, 2740-53 -Nurses 2587-94, 2644-707,

2727–30_Registration 2582, 2599.
Potts, Mrs. F., Chairman of Birmingham Hostel for Unmarried

Mothers and Babies 1413–1452.
Illegitimate children, illegal adoption practices of certain nursing

homes and need for registration 1418–52.
Premises.-Bad conditions, Rundle 411; Barbier 3201-7; Paterson 3521-2,

3525; Leverson 3803- Complaints received re, Report 9, 10 certain Conditions should be insisted Thackore 1578-9Importance of, Miss K. Scott 1072——Improvement would result from registration and inspection, Rundle 478-9- -Insanitary conditions, complaints heard, Stephenson 997-9—Inspection advocated and approved, Bone 254–5; Rundle 397-411; Miss K. Scott 1329-30; Macdonald 2043—Provision of specially built private hospitals desirable, Report 11; Paterson 3530–1-Regulations re, many homes would have to close, Paterson 3526-30 often Unsatisfactory, Lyster 3083.

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Records.-See Case sheets and medical records.
Register.–Nature of, at present, Crookenden 1211–18; Miss K. Scott

1217— Patients' names, etc., must be very carefully compiled,
Crookenden 1206-9, 1394-1403-of Persons employed, no objection
to, Crookenden 1210.

Registration

Report, 1926–continued.

37,

Registration.- Advantage to patients, Macdonald 2117-8_Advocated,

Rundle 368–81, 414–22, 443–52; Anderson 903–5; Cardross Grant 906; Miss K. Scott, Crookenden 1058-63, 1070-1, 1075-83, 1327-8; Miss B. 1464; Miss X. 1468, 1545–8; Davidson, 1715, 1781-7; Vine 1901-2; Macdonald 1915–6; Mrs. G. H. 2232–3; Kay Menzies 2411-3, 2514-9, 2540, 2557; Phillips 2582; Douglas-Drummond 2777-9, 2813-4, 2830; Hart 2969; Lyster 3063-8, 3147, 3154-6; Underhill 3384; Paterson 3514-6; Homersham 3636 of All homes but on different level advocated, Miss K. Scott 1052-4, 1197—8- of All homes in London, possibility of, Kay Menzies 2419—All homes, including maternity homes, should be brought under one comprehensive scheme, Report 38

Appeals against refusal or cancellation of, to referee appointed by Minister of Health, recommended, Report 36, 38Approved in principle, Bone 129, 150–1; Lord 354—Authority, see that title-Bad homes will be eliminated, Douglas Drummond 2813-4--in Case of starting new home, points to be considered, Macdonald 2153–7— possible Danger of, Fothergill 354–7—Dual classification, objection to, Lyster 3160, 3166, proposal, Vine 1902– -probable Effect, Brock 92; Kay Menzies 2551-6; Paterson 3562-5

-no Evidence of general desire or need for, Bone 285 Evidence possessed by Ministry of Health of need for, apart from maternity homes, Gwyer 18, 27–34, 36, 39-45; Brock 22–23, 34, 35, 36, 39, 52-4- -Evidence re need for, or not, difficulty of obtaining, Dr. C. F. Scott 3428–30, 3443-4—Exemptions, see that title--Fee, question whether cost of inspection would be covered by, Brock 93; Gwyer 93-7--Good homes would not object to, Stephenson 929Homes run by untrained women will be closed, Homersham 3660–2 Legislation advocated, Report 12, 38—proposed List of registered homes, Scott 1064, 1236-40 Need for, Report 7, varying views put forward re, Report 7- -Objections mentioned, Brock, Gwyer 58–86 --in Other countries, Rundle 423-4, 427- -Overlapping between maternity homes and, not anticipated, Hart 2973- -Patients would be able to complain to registering authority if desired, Macdonald 2140–2––Proper system of, with as little inspection as possible the ideal, Bone 219-20, 251—Recommendation, Report 31—Turning of people out of homes should not be necessary, Kay Menzies 2457–9

-would be Welcomed by better class homes, Miss K. Scott 1159-61; Paterson 3587–90_would be Welcomed personally, Phillips 2599.

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ROBERTSON, Miss J. E. 2250-360.
Bushey Lodge Twilight Sleeping Nursing Home, bad conditions 2250–

360.

Roehampton, The Priory.—Complaint of conditions in, Miss B. 1453–66. Royal British Nurses' Association.-Evidence on behalf of, see Macdonald,

Miss Isabel 1911-2192, and Paterson, Herbert J., C.B.E., M.C.,

M.D., M.A., F.R.C.S. 3513-628. Objects, membership, etc., Macdonald 1911-2, 2000-1, 2182–6; Paterson

3596–9.

RUNDLE, Miss M. S., R.R.C., representing College of Nursing 362-550,

App. IV.

RUNDLE

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Report, 1926—continued.

RUNDLE, Miss M. S.-cont.
Bogus homes 428–30, 444-5, 460-4—College of Nursing 362–7, 370–9,

Council, signature of those in favour of registration sent to Select
Committee, App. IV---Doctors' private houses 383–6 Domestic
staff 538 -Equipment 379, 397-411, 431, 538—Fees 378, 433-7-
Inspection 382, 388-413, 431–2, 505-17, 537–49_Nurses' houses
384-5- -Nursing, inspection of 538–49 -Nursing homes 439-42,
450-4—-Nursing staff 375, 397, 411, 465–76, 480-504, 518-36-
Premises 478,9%-Registration 368–81, 414-22, 427, 443-52-
Sanitary arrangements 412–33-:-Superintendent 455-6- Supervision
380_1.

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Sanitary arrangements.-often Bad and inadequate, Rundle 412–3;

Crookenden 1088–90, 1203; Miss K. Scott 1202- -Bad conditions, Cardross-Grant 751; Paterson 3522; Leverson 3765- -Baths, inadequacy, case of, Miss J. K. 3678-9

Sanitary arrangements, inspection advocated and approved, Bone 254–5; Miss K. Scott 1331; Mac

donald 2043.
Sanitary Inspector.--Right of entry into nursing home, at present, ques-

tion of, Gwyer 45–8.
Scott, DR. CHARLES F., M.B. 3385–3512.
Doctors' houses 3387, 3397-408, 3417–23, 3433-4, 3445-63, 3506–7–
Inspection 3387, 3397–416, 3423, 3473–512- -Maternity cases 3391-6

- Maternity homes 3389-90, 3431-7—Nursing 3442—Nursing

Staff 3439–40, 3467–72, 3490-7—Registration 3428–30, 3443-4.
Scott, Miss K. 1051-1412.
Case books 1215-6---Chronic and senile cases 1073, 1145–56, 1197-8,

1350, 1378–85, 1338-91- -Cottage hospitals 1056–7, 1273-8--Fees
1069, 1135–44, 1230–3, 1323-6, 1336, 1346–9- -Hospital management,
homes under 1056—-Immoral homes 1084-6, 1202– -Inspection
1109–13, 1116, 1127-9, 1232–3, 1329–45– -Notices 1166–72- Nursing
homes, expenses 1373-4, size 1330, 1359-64- -Nursing staff 1069–70,
1117–34, 1137–40, 1189–90, 1241, 1247–68, 1279–89, 1293-8, 1305–13,
1319-22, 1334-5, 1404-12- -Premises 1072, 1329–30 -Register of
patients 1217- -Registered homes, list 1064, 1236-40-Registration
1052–4, 1058-63, 1070-1, 1157–8, 1197–8, 1327-8- -Sanitary arrange-

ments 1202, 1331- Supervision 1162–5. Senile and chronic cases.—Homes for: Complaint received re, Brock 37–8

-Registration advocated, Vine 1901; Macdonald 2104–16, desirable, but same conditions would not be required, Miss K. Scott 1073, 1378–85, 1388–91, in separate class, question of, Macdonald 2143 Separate list of registered homes for, proposal, Miss K. Scott 1145–56, 1197–8, withdrawn, Miss K. Scott 1350, 1378–9—under 2 guineas, not likely to be satisfactory and public institution would be prefer

able, Phillips 2716–20.
Infirmaries most suitable in many

Jacdonald 2144-8-
in Infirmaries, Wilts, Stephenson 930–2, 1025-6--Infirmaries pre-
ferable for, than present homes, Miss K. Scott 1392— Objection
of good nursing homes to taking, Miss X 1483, 1507— Paying
wards of union hospitals preferable, and registration of nursing

Senile

cases,

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Senile and chronic cases-cont. homes would

lead to,

Douglas-Drummond 2940-8 Problem, Macdonald 2100-3, 2187-91; Kay Menzies 2540—– Provison for, by local authorities, recommendation, Report 11—Provision of suitable accommodation in institutions advocated, Kay Menzies 2540Skilled nursing required, Miss X. 1483, 1508_9; Thackore 1568–9; Barbier 3246–7, 3262- -many Trained nurses past acute work would be available for, Barbier 3232-5- -Trained nursing only not necessary for, Miss K. Scott 1151–3; Miss X. 1535–40—–Treat

ment of, complaints received re, Report 10. Sheffield Nursing Homes.-Bad conditions, two cases of, Hart 2970–1,

3006- -Run by doctors, Hart 3001-3. Society of Medical Officers of Health.-Evidence behalf of, see

Lyster, Dr. Robert Arthur, M.D., ChB., B.Sc., D.P.H. 3060–3179

Views of, summary, Report 7. STEPHENSON, Miss K., Chairman of Public Health Committee, Wilts.

County Council 918-1050. Chronic cases and old people 930–2, 1025–6- Cottage hospitals 934,

945–52, 967–73, 978–81, 985–90, 1010_8 -Doctors' houses 1039_42Hospitals, wards or beds with maintenance charge and doctors and surgeons taking fee 934, 969Insanitary conditions 997–9 Inspection, scope 950–2- -Midwifery cases, single rooms 924-6, 935–45, 961-4, 966, 974–7, 1000-1, 1022-4—-Notification of Births Act 1028–32, 1046-8- -Nurses, single rooms let by 924–6, 935–45, 961-4, 974–7, 1000_5, 1022-4- -Nursing 934, 970–3, 991-5, 1006–9Nursing homes 923–4, 928–9, 953-60, 965, 196, 1019-21, run by doctors

982-4, 1033–7Registration and inspection 1028–32, 1043-8.
Structure. See Premises.
Superintendent.-See Matron or Superintendent.
Superintendence.- See also Matron-by Unqualified persons, Cardross-

Grant 769–74.
Supervision.—by Medical men not always possible, Rundle 380–1.

T.

TENNANT, CHARLES WILLIAM John, representative of the Christian

Science Board of Directors 551-712. Christain Science Nursing Homes, claim to exemption from registra

tion and inspection 572–712. THACKORE, M. D., Doncaster 1549–1711. Chronic, etc., cases 1568-9- -Common ward 1600, 1695– -Doctors' houses 1581-3 -Fees 1556–63, 1693-4- -Food 1573–4, 1612–3inspection 1585, 1708-9Nursing 1644–6, 1651-8-Nursing staff 1564–72, 1585–6, 1595-600, 1604–5, 1608, 1622–43, 1647–9, 1696-701, 1706-7- -Premises 1578-9- Probationers 1595-8, 1600-4, 1649–

Theatres 1617-9. Theatres.-Generally fairly good, Thackore 1617-9- -Non-Disinfection,

Mrs. G. H. 2224-46.

UNDERHILL

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U.

UNDERHILL, DR. FRANCIS, F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 3285–3384.
Doctors' houses 3287–350, 3356, 3358–70, 3383 Inspection 3371-80

Registration 3384.

V.

VINE, Miss DORA 1872–1910.
Chronic, etc., cases 1901—Lodging house taking in patients 1874–1910

-Registration 1901–2.

W.

Wiltshire Nursing Homes.-Conditions, Stephenson 923–4, 938-9, 953-60,

965, 1019-21. Wimbledon.-Cheap nursing homes, had conditions in, Anderson,

Cardro3s-Grant 713-917.

X.

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X., Miss 1467–1548.
Chronic cases 1453, 1507-9, 1535-40 -Doctors' houses 1548– -Equip-

ment, etc. 1480-2--Fees 1514, 1630-1-Nursing 1483, 1508-10,
1535-40 -Nursing homes, conditions, variation 1474_5 -Nursing
staff 1485–506, 1511-7, 1520–2, 1525, 1528–9, 1532–4, 1540-4-
Registration and inspection 1468, 1545-8.

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