The second seminar of the Pandemic Histories seminar series. This roundtable seminar “On The Margins: Epidemic and the disenfranchised,” features Karen Flynn, Maureen Lux, Richard McKay, and Kevin Siena. Recorded via Zoom on June 15th. For more information on the Pandemic Histories seminar series visit the Canadian Society for the History of
Congratulations to Professor Sioban Nelson, whose essay “Nursing infectious disease: a history with three Lessons,” was the winner of the History Lessons for Managers Coping with Impact of COVID-19 award! The paper is open access and is available here, along with seven other open-access essays selected for publication by the jury.
The second seminar in the Pandemic Histories seminar series is happening June 15th at 2 pm EST. This roundtable seminar “On The Margins: Epidemic and the disenfranchised,” features nursing historian Karen Flynn, Maureen Lux, Richard McKay, and Kevin Siena. More information on the poster below.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the Royal College of Nursing Library in London, UK is offering several events that would have taken place in person as online events. To take part in these events please register through the following links. Who Cares? A History of Emotions in Nursing April 23, 5-6pm BST Workshop lead by