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Collegian, the Australian Journal of Nursing Practice, Scholarship & Research, invites submissions to a special issue on Nursing and Health Care History. Submissions are due 1 March 2020. More information is available here.
Call for Papers Canadian Society for the History of Medicine (CSHM) May 30 – June 1, 2020 Western University, London, Ontario The 2020 meeting of the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine will take place May 30-June 1, 2020 at Western University, in London, Ontario, situated on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabek, Haudenosaunee,
PRESENTATION The 1st International Congress on the History of Nursing Education (ICoHNE), 5th Colloquium of the Brazilian Academy of Nursing History (ABRADHENF) e 2nd Symposium of the Laboratory for Nursing History Studies (LAESHE) is a result of a long-standing partnership between the Brazilian Academy of Nursing History (ABRADHENF) and the Laboratory for Nursing History Studies (LAESHE), at
On May 6th a celebration of the Centenary of the Women’s College Hosptial School of Nursing Alumnae was held in Toronto with over 320 graduate nurses in attendance! This celebration, planned by the alumnae Anniversary Committee, was two years in the making. Coinciding with this momentous occasion two nursing history articles were published in the Toronto
« Alors qu’en France, on commémore les 75 ans du Jour J sur les côtes normandes, retour sur le rôle des femmes pendant les grands guerres. Exemple au Canada: tandis que les hommes partaient au front, les femmes participaient elles aussi à l’effort de guerre dane le civil, mais certaines aussi sous les drapeax. Retrouvez
Congratulations to this year’s Vicky Bach Memorial Prize winner Lucy Vorobej (University of Waterloo) for her paper “‘By Their Own Efforts’: Alcohol Abuse and Disease Concepts in Ontario’s Colonial Past 1945-1980.” The prize recognizes the best student paper on the history of nursing presented at the annual conference. More information on the Vicky Bach Memorial
On May 5, 2019, the Toronto Star published “‘They said I was too tall, too big …’ How three nurses broke through nursings starched white world” by Katie Daubs. The article (available here) features work by Canadian historians of nursing Dr. Kathryn McPherson and Dr. Karen Flynn among others. Check out this fantastic piece highlighting the work