Date

11-19-2015

Document Type

Article

Publisher

Oregon Health & Science University

Abstract

June L. Satchfield, M.S., R.N., recounts her life and career in the field of nursing. Satchfield begins by describing her childhood and teen years, born in 1922 on a farm in Wisconsin. She then discusses in length her nursing education, earning a Baccalaureate Degree in nursing in 1951 and a Master of Science in nursing in 1964, both at the University of Oregon Medical School. She also talks about working for the Multnomah County Hospital and the Tuberculosis Hospital. Satchfield and interviewer Jean Caldwell then describe in more detail what student life was like at the UOMS as well as changes in nursing uniforms throughout their career and changes in nursing education requirements. Satchfield and Caldwell conclude the interview by describing their memories of the Multnomah County Hospital building, notable patients they treated, and nurses they worked with.

Description

Transcript of oral history interview with June L. Satchfield, M.S., R.N., conducted on November 19, 2015 by Jean Caldwell.

Comments

OHSU Oral History Project

Identifier

doi:10.6083/M4DZ07BK

School

School of Nursing

Rights

All materials are owned by OHSU Library. You may use these materials on a fair use basis only, in accordance with Title 17, Section 107 of U.S. copyright law. For other uses, please contact OHSU Historical Collections & Archives for permission to reproduce, publish, or otherwise distribute images or other materials on this website. Information release form signed by interviewer(s) and interviewee(s) on 1997-10-09. On file in OHSU Historical Collections and Archives.

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