Bailey, Colin - C L Bailey Nursing Education Trust archives - Minutes, correspondence, finance, etc.
The Trust was set up in 1972 following a spirited address given by Professor Colin Bailey in November 1971 to the nurses graduating from the School of Advanced Nursing Studies, in Wellington. Bailey was retiring from the Education at Victoria University and made a forceful argument for a university programme for registered nurses, something he had tried to instigate for many years bt felt had been blocked by the Department of Health which refused to support funding. Jocelyn Perry, a tutor at the School, took up the challenge to raise money for a nursing lecturer at Victoria and for grants for nurses studying at any university. Beatrice Salmon, Principal of the School, was appointed the first lecturer and the university programme began in 1993.
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1. File 1377/3: Minute Book 2. File 1377/4: Receipts and Payments book, 1972-1973 3. File 1377/20: Investments 1973-93 4. File 1377/29: Bank Statements 1971-1993 5. File 1377/30 (folder 1): C.L. Bailey, Inwards Cash 1971-1991 6. File 1377/30 (folder 2): C.L. Bailey Nursing Education Trust Board, Inwards Cash 1992-1995 7. File 1377/38 (folder 1): C.L. Bailey Nursing Education Trust Board, Outwards Cash 1972-1988 8. File 1377/38 (folder 2): C.L. Bailey Nursing Education Trust Board, Outwards Cash 1989-1996 9. File 1377/48: 'Current Activity' Folder 1976-1996 10. File 1377/16: Study Grants, 24 January 1985 - 1April 1991 11. File 1377/16/1: Grants, 1991-1993 12. File 1377/18: Correspondence, 28 June