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Eunice Dyke, health care pioneer : from pioneer public by Marion V Royce

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By Marion V Royce

Eunice Henrietta Dyke used to be dynamic character whose decision greater public healthiness care and nurses' schooling, and commenced the popularity of senior voters' wishes; but she was once fired on the top of her nursing profession. a lady defined her as "ahead of her time."

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Samuel, their fifth child, grew up in Canada at Dundas where as a young man he opened a dry goods store. However, responsive to religious influence, he decided to enter the Baptist ministry and went to England for two years of study at Spurgeon's College in London. Prior to his departure, visiting the Bond Street Baptist Church (later Jarvis Street Church) in Tbronto, he met the lovely Jennie Ryrie who sang in the choir. " This he did and they were married in June 1871, he was 26, she 21. Jennie was the eldest of three daughters of James Ryrie and Margaret Piggott.

On low wages, the workers had no savings to fall back upon, and if such action were taken, Miss Dyke feared they would "sink readily into conditions of living that would create a public health problem". She saw it, moreover, as an opportunity for the public health nurses to do some constructive health teaching. Through Dr. 1 Shortly this service was extended to all departments of City Government, and, in 1918, accounted for 2,560 home visits, including cases of bedside nursing for civic employees under Workmen's Compensation, for which the nurses had also been made responsible.

A. was the precursor of the Family Service Bureau of Metropolitan Ibronto. Dr. Hastings believed that there was an inevitable social work component in the role of his public health nurses. Reporting to the Board of Health in November 1914, he emphasized their "unlimited possibilities in an educative and instructive way, both as regards disease, vice and crime", and he continued: "The routine duties of the public health nurse unconsciously make a social worker of her, for when she is looking after the sick members of the household, she is also considering the income of the home, the nutrition of the family, and general sanitary conditions.

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