Eva Charlotte Lückes

Standard Name: Lückes, Eva Charlotte
Used Form: Eva Charlotte Luckes

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1740
The London Infirmary opened: it became the London Hospital during the 1750s, and was later known as the hospital where Eva Lückes was Matron.
27 October 1785
The London Hospital Medical College , established this year, opened its operating theatre.
September 1876
Eva Lückes entered Middlesex Hospital as a paying probationer; she became a certified nurse less than two years later.
4 October 1880
Eva Lückes assumed the position of Matron at the London Hospital , where she radically improved the training system for nurses.
1884
Training lectures by Eva Lückes , Matron of the London Hospital , published as General Nursing, outlined her innovative methods.
1886
Under the directorship of Eva Lückes , the London Hospital opened a nurses' home, demonstrating an increased respect for the profession within the hospital system.
1886
Under the directorship of Eva Lückes , the London Hospital opened a nurses' home, demonstrating an increased respect for the profession within the hospital system.
1889
Matron Eva Lückes published the pamphlet What Will Trained Nurses Gain by Joining the British Nurses' Association ? arguing against a national register for nurses.
5 September 1890
The Pall Mall Gazette's article Does the London Hospital sweat its nurses? described the testimonies at the Select Committee's investigation into the management of metropolitan hospitals.