This book chapter discusses young people who undertook nursing training in the Medical Missionary Training School at the Sydney Sanitarium during the two World Wars. Specifically, it focuses on how the Sydney Sanitarium’s student nurses were trained, the types of patients cared for and the science which underpinned the care given.
Wilkinson, G. (2015). The Sydney Sanitarium between the two world wars (1920s and 1930s). In L. Rogers (Ed.), Changing attitudes to science within Adventist health and medicine from 1865 to 2015 (pp. 15-28). Cooranbong, Australia: Avondale Academic Press.