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"Some nurses' caps resembled, in modified form, the nun's coif, to signify the respected tradition of Roman Catholic nursing and service to humanity. The coif was certainly the choice for military nurses who served in both world wars in the twentieth century. In France, nursing orders often served in military as well as civilian hospitals, a custom that gave rise, in later years, to the practice of calling all nurses who served in the military, "nursing sisters"."

"Some nurses' caps resembled, in modified form, the nun's coif, to signify the respected tradition of Roman Catholic nursing and service to humanity. The coif was certainly the choice for military nurses who served in both world wars in the twentieth century. In France, nursing orders often served in military as well as civilian hospitals, a custom that gave rise, in later years, to the practice of calling all nurses who served in the military, "nursing sisters"."

"What Happened to the Cap? The Dawn of the Cap: Caps of Distinction" Did you know that a nurse's cap was given at completion of her studies and each school of nursing had a particular design? Stripes were even added much like a soldier's uniform to signify a nurse's level of skill and expertise.

"What Happened to the Cap? The Dawn of the Cap: Caps of Distinction" Did you know that a nurse's cap was given at completion of her studies and each school of nursing had a particular design? Stripes were even added much like a soldier's uniform to signify a nurse's level of skill and expertise.

Sister Trotter sets sterilised instruments out on a tray, ready to take to the doctors on their rounds at Park Prewett Hospital in Basingstoke. 1941.

Sister Trotter sets sterilised instruments out on a tray, ready to take to the doctors on their rounds at Park Prewett Hospital in Basingstoke. 1941.