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Rosalind Paget

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Dame Mary Rosalind Paget, DBE, ARRC (4 January 1855 – 19 August 1948), was a noted British nurse, midwife and reformer. She was the first superintendent, later inspector general, of the Queen's Jubilee Institute for District Nursing, which was renamed as the Queen's Institute of District Nursing in 1928 and as the Queen's Nursing Institute in 1973. Career Rosalind Paget gained experience and trained at a number of hospitals and in a number of specialities including general and children's nursing, maternity care and medical massage. She worked at the Westminster Hospital, London in 1875 and for four months in 1876. Paget also gained experience at the Liverpool Royal Infirmary, Liverpool, and the East London Children's Hospital, and Manchester General Children's Hospital, Pendlebury where she worked under Eva Luckes. She trained at The London Hospital under Matron Eva Luckes from 1882-1884, and stayed on there as Holiday Sister between 1884-1
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