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In the planned General meeting had to be cancelled owing to the outbreak of war and all business was suspended. Some staff joined up and the children were moved from central London. The Hospital was used as a casualty clearing station. The publication of the League Journal was temporarily halted because of shortage of paper.
After the war the League went from strength to strength and both the Benevolent and Bursary Funds were established. The AGM was moved to September and the nurses prize giving was held on a separate day. Dear Heavenly Father we thank you for our Nurses' League as we celebrate the healing and vocation that has brought us together. We look back and remember the time we spend here — sometimes difficult, sometimes happy — always joining us together in this very special bond.
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We rejoice in our participation in the story of this great hospital and marvel at the changes, which have taken place in its growth and development as it continues to be faithful to its commitment to 'the child first and always'. We pray for all the children past and present and those to come and ask that you keep them all — parents and families — in your loving care.
The Charity's objectives are for the relief of need, hardship or distress amongst past or present members of the Nurses League and dependants of members who have died. Bursary Fund The object of the bursary fund is to offer financial assistance to members wishing to undertake further professional education or research with relevance to paediatric nursing. It was decided that the League should: Form a social and professional bond of union between past and present members of staff Maintain hospital ideals of work and conduct Endeavour to promote professional interests These ideals largely remain true today.
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Contact Gulf office. It describes current practice at the time as well as the public health agenda. The book also shares many personal stories, of colleagues, friendships and the challenges of working on the wards. This book can be read and enjoyed by any one. For staff currently working at Great Ormond Street the book would have even more resonance as they would be familiar to some of the characters and wards that are mentioned.
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