Eunice Dyke, health care pioneer: from pioneer public health nurse to advocate for the aged
From Pioneer Public Health Nurse to Advocate for the Aged: Eunice Henrietta Dyke. A Dynamic personalityi whose determination improved public health care and nurses' education, and began the recognition of senior citizens' needs; yet she was fired at the height of her nursing career. A women described as "ahead of her time."
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