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Jo Ann Ashley MC 115

University, School of Nursing, and Illinois Nurses Association, March 18, 1976 "Nursing power: viable, vital, visible," keynote address, Texas Nurses Association, annual convention, San Antonio, TX, April 7, 1976

"The lethal game of nursings' devaluation" 12th Annual Clinical Psychiatric Nursing Conference, Veterans Administration Hospital, Brecksville Division, Cleveland, OH, April 23, 1976 "Nursing today and in the future," Howard Young Medical Center, Woodruff, WI, June 16, 1976 "American style health care: helter skelter par excellence," Connecticut Nurses Association, annual convention, Windsor Locks, CT, October 7, 1976 "Freeing nurse power from harness: asserting personhood," lecture and dialogue session, Wright State University, Department of Continuing Education, Dayton, 011, October 29, 1976 "Components of power: identification, acquisition, usage," keynote address, South Carolina Nurses Association, annual convention, Columbia, SC, November 11, 1976 "Research to enliven the art and science of nursing: the necessity of historical thinking," College of Nursing, Distinguished Scholar Series, University of Illinois, Chicago, Ill, December 10, 1976 Introductory comments for workshop "Woman's health and well-being: Life is more than coping," Woman Space Center, Rockford School of Medicine, Rockford, IL, November 22 1977 "Professionalism and the law," Festival of Life and Learning Program, School of Nursing University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, February 4, 1977 "Consumer's rights - nurses' rights," Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Illinois Nurses Week, Chicago, IL, March 15, 1977 "Foundation for scholarship in the art and science of nursing: the value of historical research," College of Nursing, Texas Woman's University, Houston and Dallas, TX, April 14-15 1977 "The experience of change and expansion in nursing: a time for growth," College of Nursing, University of Kentucky, graduation ceremony, Lexington, KY, May 8, 1977 "The death of paternalism: nursing's renewal," New York University, Upsilon chapter, Sigma Theta Tau, New York, NY, May 25, 1977 "The emergence of new horizons in nursing: a timely commencement," School of Nursing, University of Oregon Health Sciences Center, graduation ceremony, Portland, OR, June 11, 1977 11

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