The 2018 Hannah Lecture “To develop the ‘habit’: Nurses and prenatal care for poor women in the United States and Great Britain, c. 1880-1939” by Dr. Janet Greenlees is now available online. The Hannah Lecture starts at 0:33:54. This audio file, hosted as part of the UBC History of Nursing Open Collection, also features the
Available for Purchase at the annual CAHN conference in Halifax! THE BOOK A couple of years ago I was reminiscing about my student nursing days in Yarmouth School of Nursing, a three-year diploma program when I wrote a small, unedited recounting of those difficult times. Suddenly at that time, I wanted to reach out to
Our Spring Newsletter is now available here!
A conference organized in co-operation with the European Association for the History of Nursing and the European Journal for the History of Nursing and Nursing Ethics. The conference proposes to look closely at “bads” in the history of nursing, midwifery and other professions in healthcare. What shaped the perception of bad care? Who was held responsible
The HSC Archives/Museum has launched a new online exhibit that commemorates the graduates from the Winnipeg General Hospital and Children’s Hospital Schools of Nursing who served as Nursing Sisters during the First World War. The project was funded by the Province of Manitoba and the generosity of the Nurses’ Alumni Association of the Winnipeg General
As part of its Beyond 94: Truth and Reconciliation in Canada project, CBC News has done a profile on Manitoba Indigenous nurse Ann Thomas Callahan. The profile features a video and several photos that chronicle the journey of Callahan from her residential school experience, to becoming a nurse, a nursing instructor at Red River College, and her
AMS Postdoctoral Fellowship The AMS Postdoctoral Fellowship provides support to a core of the most promising researchers at a pivotal time in their careers. Candidates should be embarking on a period of full-time post-PhD degree studies and wish to add to their experience by engaging in research in Canada or abroad. The fellowships are intended
Applications are now being accepted for the AMS Doctoral Completion Award! The AMS Doctoral Completion award exists to support full-time dissertation writing leading to dissertation completion for a doctoral student in the humanities or social sciences, writing on a history of medicine/health care topic. For more information please visit the NSHRF website. Applications are due
Canadian Military Nurses were honoured with national historic recognition with a plaque at the War Sisters memorial in Regina. Past CAHN president Marion McKay and Association of Registered Nurses president Joanne Peterson unveiled the memorial on November 8, 2017. Look for Marion’s article in the next newsletter, but more information is available from Global News (with video) and
Our Fall Newsletter is available here!