Edinburgh Ladies' College certificates 1930-1931; examination papers and certificates for sick children nursing training 1934; General Nursing Council syllabuses, papers and certificates 1937; orthopaedic nursing training papers 1942; Victoria Infirmary nurse's badge 1938; Edinburgh University Sister-Tutor Certificate examination papers 1947-1948; Sister-Tutor Certificate Graduation certificate and programme 1948; Sister-Tutor registration papers 1952-1953; photograph
Williamson, Edith Winchester Hindmarsh
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Administrative / Biographical History
Edith Williamson trained as a nurse in Edinburgh from 1930-1942, and graduated as a Sister-Tutor in 1948.
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Professor Simpson, February 1988
Compiled by Mike Barfoot and Jenny McDermott using existing handlists
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