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Elizabeth Logan Fonds
The fonds illustrates Elizabeth Logan's work in the field of nursing and consists of articles, speeches, reports, and other publications.
Elizabeth Logan was an important figure in the development of nursing education and the nursing profession, both in Canada and internationally. She received her first degree in biology from Acadia University in 1932. She subsequently received her master's in nursing from Yale University in 1934. She went on to accept a position at Boston Children's Hospital as a nurse on a research study, which focused on children with cerebral palsy.