The nursing practice lab is where new nursing students learn the basic skills of their profession. Here, a nursing instructor (circa 1920s-’30s) demonstrates the fundamentals of nursing care to the class. While today’s practice labs are more high-tech and sophisticated, they remain the place where some of the same basic skills — such as dressing a wound and drawing blood — are taught.
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