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‘A Vision for What Nursing Could Be’Five decades ago, founding School of Nursing Dean Loretta Ford came up with an idea that has helped transform the face of health care.By Nora Hicks
nursingFOUNDER: As the School of Nursing’s founding dean, Loretta Ford led the program for more than a decade (above), helping to advance the role of nurse practitioner, a history that she recounted on campus this fall (below). (Photo: University Libraries/Department of Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation) More . . .

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