The Robert McLaughlin Gallery
72 Queen Street, Civic Centre
Oshawa ON L1H 3Z3
For our Board of Directors, please click here.
905.576.3000 Ext. 104
Roanna GreenDirector, Finance and Operations905.576.3000 Ext.. 107[email protected]
Ingrid ForsterManager of Communications & Digital Engagement905.576.3000 Ext. 113[email protected]
Brianne HunteMarketing & Social Media Assistant905.576.3000[email protected]
Emeraude Domingos-MbukuDevelopment & Membership Lead905.576.3000[email protected]
Leila TimminsSenior Curator905.576.3000 Ext. 111[email protected]
Sonya JonesCurator of Collections905.576.3000 Ext. 110[email protected]
Mike DroletPreparator & Exhibitions Lead 905.576.3000 Ext. 112[email protected]
Hannah KeatingAssociate Curator, Public Programs905.576.3000 [email protected]
Jennifer WelchLearning & Engagement Lead905.576.3000 Ext. 114[email protected]
Samuel PowlessManager of Visitor Engagement & Facilities905.576.3000 Ext. 101[email protected]
Brendan McGowanSecurity & Facilities Coordinator905.576.3000 [email protected]
Erin MessierVisitor Engagement Assistant905.576.3000[email protected]
Rowan PalleskeVisitor Engagement Assistant905.576.3000[email protected]
Student nurses are to be found everywhere, underneath, on top of, running around, jumping over or slithering past patients’ beds. Doctors overlook them, mothers worry about them and patients love them.
A student nurse is courage under a cap, a smile in snowy white, strength in starched skirts, energy that is endless, the best of young womanhood, a modern Florence Nightingale. Just when she is gaining poise and prestige, she drops a glass, breaks a syringe or steps on a doctor’s foot.
A student nurse is a composite. She eats like a team of hungry interns and works like the whole nursing staff put together. She has the speed of a gazelle, the strength of an ox, the quickness of a cat and the endurance of a flagpole sitter. To the head nurse she has the stability of mush, the fleetness of a snail, the mentality of a mule and is held together by starch, adhesive tape and strained nerves. To an alumnus, she will never work as hard, carry more trays, make more beds or scrub on more cases than her predecessors.
A student nurse likes days off, boys her own age, the O.R., affiliations, certain doctors, pretty clothes, her roommate and Mom and Dad. She is not much on working 3-11, days off with classes, alarm clocks, getting up for roll call or eating corned beef every Tuesday.
A student nurse is a wonderful creature. You can criticize her but you can’t make her quit. Might as well admit it, whether you are a head nurse, doctor, alumnus or patient, she is your personal representatives of the hospital, your living symbol of faith and sympathetic care.
Author Unknown, 1963 Year Book