Kunderman, Eleanor (1921-
See Oral History files, Fonds 18, Series 3, Subseries 8
Eleanor took her initial nursing training at St. Paul’s Hospital, graduating in 1944 and later received her BSc from UBC and her MA from Columbia University. She worked mainly as an educator, first at St. Paul’s Hospital, and later for the RNABC, the Division of TB Control (Canada) and the New York Medical College (US).
In 1959 she started the first of many contracts with WHO, establishing the first nursing school in Iran. She also continued her role as educator with WHO projects in Sri Lanka, India, Nepal and Burma.
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