2 Personal ProfileSister Elizabeth Kenny was born on September 20th She died on November 30th In the 40’s Sister Elizabeth Kenny wrote articles and visited the United States. Three years after Sister Elizabeth Kenny’s death her supporters made a Sister Kenny foundation. Sister Kenny has a movie named after her that was formed in Elizabeth Kenny was born in New South Whales. When she was 18 years old she began training as a nurse in Sydney. Before completing training as a nurse she returned to a small hospital that she had opened in the Downs. She returned to Australia in 1919 after having been wounded, receiving a British War Medal for her services. Sister Elizabeth Kenny was buried in Nobby cemetery and her supporters said she would always be remembered.
3 Sister Elizabeth Kenny’s Work! Sister Elizabeth Kenny was a nurse in Nobby. She helped people with infantile paralysis. She was a scientist for different sicknesses.
4 Other Facts Her father was a farmer in Ireland. She was firstly trained as an Army Nurse.She had died in Queensland after retiring from Toowoomba.
5 Reference 1 Web address: adb.anu.edu.au/biography/kenny-elizabeth-6934 Title of page:Kenny, Elizabeth (1880–1952)Who put the information there?Ross PatrickHow reliable do you think the source of information is?Very ReliableReliableUnreliableReason for reliability rating:Because it says the information said on this website is said on a lot of other websites to.How current is the information?CurrentRecentOutdatedIs the site regularly updated?WeeklyMonthlyYearlyNeverWhat is the purpose of the site?PersonalPublicPoliticalIs there any evidence of bias in the information?YesNoOutline any bias you find:Confidence in accuracy and reliability:Very ConfidentConfidentNot
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