Josephine Hull became Acting Director of the Training School for Nurses following Ethel Clarke's departure in 1931. She served as Acting Director until May 1933. Hull had previously been the Assistant Director of the training school from 1930 to 1931.
Hull spent her tenure as Acting Director ensuring that the school continued to uphold the strict educational standards put into place by Ethel Clarke. To this end, she added curriculum in chemistry, massage, and ward management. Her efforts ensured that students obtained the best education possible in the interim years following Clarke's departure.
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