Women’s College Hospital School of Nursing history feature in Toronto Star

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

Nursing History Feature in the Toronto Star

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