“We Cannot Afford To Hurry”: Training Within Industry Applied to Nursing
Sister Mary Brigh, RN, The American Journal of Nursing, Vol . 44, No. 3, March 1944
TWI applied to nursing during WWII, not only in manufacturing where it was founded
A 1944 nurse’s perspective on how TWI Job Instruction, Job Methods and Job Relations influenced a hospital’s and her own thinking on solving the problem of “too much to do in too little time,” and that there is a best method of teaching. In the end, it saves time to teach well.