Gangante du Prix Vicky Bach 2021!

Félicitations à Letitia B. Johnson (étudiante doctorale University of Saskatchewan) la gangagte du Prix Vicky Bach! Récompenser pour Digne de fournir des soins : Les prestataires de soins de santé japonais-canadiens pendant leur internement présenté à la conférence joint du la Société candienne d’histoire de la médecine et l’Association canadienne pour l’histoire du nursing, 1-2 juin 2021. 

Vicky Bach Memorial Prize Winner 2021!

Congratulations to Letitia B. Johnson (PhD Candidate at the University of Saskatchewan) this year’s winner of the Vicky Bach Memorial Prize! Letitia’s paper, Worthy of Providing Care: Japanese-Canadian Health Care Providers during Internment, was presented at the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine and the Canadian Association for the History of Nursing joint conference, held virtually

Event: Black (in)Visibility: Black Nurses in Canada who Paved the Way February 25th

Black (in)Visibility: Black Nurses in Canada who Paved the Way Consortium for Nursing History Inquiry Date: 25 Feb 2021 Presented by: Dr. Dzifa Dordunoo, Dr. Karen Flynn, Ismalia De Sousa, and Dr. Lydia Wytenbroek Room: Hold the Date Time: 12:00-1:45pm Hold the Date: Black History Month Panel The Consortium for Nursing History Inquiry is hosting