Carolina’s nursing pioneer

In August 1950, Elizabeth L. Kemble took a road trip across North Carolina. She traveled nearly 600 miles from Murphy to Manteo, stopping at filling stations, offices, and stores along the way to chat with her new state neighbors. She wanted to know them, to understand their needs. That’s what made the founding dean of the UNC School of Nursing such a powerful figure.

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