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and tomorrow," Zonta International Aurora Area Zonta club, Aurora, IL, April 17, 1975 "Reflections on myths and symbols pinning nursing down," pinning ceremony, Northern Jllinois University, DeKalb IL, April 20, 1975

"Social and political reforms in health care: implications for organized nursing," Illinois State Nurses Association, district 18, Chicago, IL, May 8, 1975 "The economic abuse and political repression of nurses: a need for new consciousness," open Forum presentation, NLN Convention, New Orleans, LA, May 21, 1975 "Mobilization of nursing energies for constructive action on national and local levels," First Annual Dialogue with the Leaders, Columbia Hospital, Nursing Staff Development, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI, September 11, 1975 "Team Effectiveness in health care: myth or reality", Nurses Association of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (NAACOG) district 8, annual conference, Salt Lake City, UT, September 25, 1975 "Nursing is powerful energy for rehumanizing health care," Nebraska Nurses' Association, annual convention, Omaha, NE, September 29, 1975 "Action today for better tomorrow: Nurses can transform health care" 72nd Annual Convention, Iowa Nurses' Association, Council Bluff, IA, October 13, 1975 "Nursing in pursuit of excellence: a new image of the feminine," New Jersey State Nurses' Annual Convention, Cherry Hill, NJ, October 16, 1975 "Nursing power and health care reforms: the spirit of '76," United Nurses Association, annual convention, San Diego, CA, October 18, 1975 "Nursing and the Challenge of Change," Illinois State Nurses Association, annual convention, Peoria, JL, October 22, 1975 "Nursing and the achievement of excellence in health care," Mount St. Mary College, Newburgh, NY. December 11, 1975 "Women in white: comments on historical role in health care", Evanston Hospital School of Nursing, Evanston, IL, February 12, 1976 "Nursing and the need for revolutionary change in healthcare," cosponsorship - Pennsylvania Nurses Association, Pennsylvania I League for Nursing and Nurses Now, Pittsburgh, PA. March 11, 1976 "Political action: involvement for organized effectiveness," legislative workshop, "Nurses Involved in Political Action," Northern Illinois 10

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