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 [da´vis]
Mary E. P. (1858–1924). Nursing educator and organizer and one of the founders of the American Journal of Nursing. She helped found the American Society of Superintendents of Training Schools for Nurses (later the League of Nursing Education), which became part of the National League for Nursing. She was a strong advocate of the development of nursing education, with its own theory and curriculum.

Da·vis

(dā'vis),
David M., 20th-century U.S. urologist.

Da·vis

(dā'vis),
John Staige, U.S. surgeon, 1872-1946. See: Davis graft, Crowe-Davis mouth gag.

Da·vis

(dā'vis),
Hallowell, U.S. physiologist, 1896-1992. See: Davis battery model of transduction.
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It is, however, in chapters 5, 6 and 7 where Davys and Beddoe discuss their model for reflective supervision in earnest and where the book begins to offer a unique contribution to the literature.
Davys, who is a specialist in rheumatologic podiatry, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
Field teachers are in need of specialised input in areas different from direct practice (Cartney 2000; Erera and Lazar 1993; Davys and Beddoe 2000).
This problematization of the very existence of a Truth becomes central to the rise of the novel, from Aphra Behn's interrogation of the status quo of gender and empire, and Delariver Manley, Mary, Davys, and Eliza Haywood's querying of constructions of masculinity, femininity, and intellectual, sexual and political regulation, to Henry Fielding's narrators, who reject the limitations of the literary forms dominant in England at the same time that they value the voice of the privileged individual over generic, cultural, or moral choirs, as do Samuel Richardson's fictional libertines Lovelace, Belford, and Morden, who inescapably dominate the didactic world intended by their author.
The fiction represented in the anthology ranges from Aphra Behn's The History of the Nun (1689) and Delarivier Manley's political satire The Secret History of Queen Zarah and the Zarazians (1705) to include the work of a clutch of novelists from the 1720s: Penelope Aubin, Eliza Haywood, Mary Davys, and Elizabeth Singer Rowe.
Among early navigators who sought to break a way across the Arctic seas north of Canada were Martin Frobisher, George Weymouth, John Davys, Luke Fox, John Knight, and <IR> HENRY HUDSON </IR> in the 16th and 17th centuries, <IR> JAMES COOK </IR> and Sir John Franklin in the 18th.
58 (480m): Goin To Davys, Target Tyler, Marazion Tetra, Kilgraney Max, Selkirk Marches, Target Kenzie (W).
All of LJMU's sports teams are funded and run by Liverpool Student Union and the team of the week is chosen by Vice-President for activities Sam Davys.
Anthony Davys Mick Buxton (Manager) Steve Harper (Keeper); David Burke, Malcolm Brown, Chris Lucketti, Andy Morrison (Defenders); Barry Horn, Ian Banks, Ben Thornley, Paul Dalton (Midfielders); Marcus Stewart, Wayne Allison (Strikers).
20: 9-4 Annaveigh Way, Barnfield Blueboy, 4 Bantiss Allblack, Cockney Proud, 11-2 Tyrur Kerril, 16 Davys Charmer.
Tim Davys is a pseudonym, and the true identity of the author (presumably already famous) remains unknown.