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Название: A Fit, Fighting Force: The Air Force Nursing Services Chronology
Автор: Col. Mary C. Smolenski, Maj. Donald G. Smith
Издательство: Office of the Air Force Surgeon General
Размер: 22 Мб
Для сайта: eKnigi.org
Since the Air Force Nurse Corps emerged from the Army Nurse Corps in July 1949, Air Force nursing service personnel have excelled in providing dedicated care to their customers. At first these customers were our own Air Force members, families, and retirees. Today we often provide nursing care to other federal employees, Americans in the private sector, and patients in countries around the world.
Nevertheless, over the last fifty-five years the mission of the Air Force Medical Service has basically remained the same, “to provide medical support necessary to maintain the highest degree of combat readiness and effectiveness of the USAF,” or in today’s words, “to maintain a fit, fighting force.” Air Force nurses have contributed to this mission in both wartime and peacetime, providing leadership, caring, and quality care. Air Force nurses think of their customer-focused mission as a combination of “Global Nursing” and “Precision Care.”