Margaret M Allemang Centre for the History of Nursing
<i>Bulletin</i> Description <i>Bulletin</i> Archives Membership
Description <i>Bulletin</i> Archives Membership

 




NUMBER 25

Bulletin

MARCH 2002

Margaret M. Allemang Centre for Nursing History

Editor: Natalie Riegler, RN, PhD. 3 Dromore Crescent, Willowdale, Ontario, M2R 2H4.
TEL: 416-221-5632 E-MAIL: <rieglern@yahoo.com>.

This Bulletin is an accumulation of news and information gleaned from many sources across the country, the continent and the world. In order to reduce the number of pages, I have sometimes eliminated references to sources. However, my thanks go out to all of you who edit Bulletins, newsletters or journals, arrange conferences, and in innumerable ways demonstrate that the history of nursing is thriving.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

ARCHIVES/CENTRES/GALLERIES/MUSEUMS/MEMORIALS/MONUMENTS:

"Art Exhibit: Surely We are Essential: Images of Nursing in the 20th Century." Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (March 2001): 7. An exhibit to honour the 100th anniversary of the School of Nursing at the University of Virginia.

"Donation of Edith Cavell Items." Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (March 2001): 10. The Ambassador of Belgium presented Cavell memorabilia to the Royal London Hospital Archives and Museum. The materials included her lecture notes when a student at the London Hospital in 1896, her last letter to her Belgium nurses in 1915, the wooden cross that marked her original grave, photographs and an oil portrait.

[Dudas, Susan]. "Memorial in Weymouth, MA Honors Military Nurses." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 70 (Spring 2001): 6-7. This memorial was unveiled in November 1987 and can be found in the Vietnam Memorial Park, Weymouth, Massachusetts, USA.

Hiestand, Wanda C. "The History of Nursing Archives at Boston University." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 71 (Summer 2001): 5-7.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


ARTICLES:

Adams, Annmarie, and David Theodore. "Designing for `the Little Convalescents': Children's Hospitals in Toronto and Montreal, 1875-2006." Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 19, no. 1 (2002):201-243.

"A Look at Hildegarde Peplau's Training Days - from a `Forgotten' Manuscript." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 4-5. Excerpts from a recently found autobiographical manuscript by Hildegarde Peplau.

Anderson, Csa. "To Work in the Garden of God: The Swedish Nursing Association and the Concept of the Calling, 1909-1933." Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 3-19.
Arthur, Valerie. "Looking After Patients." IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 84-89. Experiences of Nurse Winsome Wright Daniels at Great Yarmouth General Hospital in the late 1930s and early 1940s.

Arthur, Valerie. "Working Conditions in Nursing in the 1930s and 1940s." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 83-86. Further experiences of Nurse Winsome Wright Daniels at Great Yarmouth General Hospital 1937-1942.

Baillargeon, Denyse. "Praticiennes et patientes: les femmes et la santé dans l'historiographie québécoise. Revue d'histoire de l'Amérique française 53 (été 1999): 47-60.): 20. [CCWH Newsletter (Winter 2000): 20].

Bliss, Julie, and Alison While. "The Impact of Contemporary Policy upon District Nursing 1974 to the late 1990s." IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 62-69.

Bradley, Susan. "Suffer the Little Children: The Influence of Nurses and Parents in the Evolution of Open Visiting in Children's Wards 1940-1970." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 44-51.

Brodie, Barbara. "Technology and Nursing: Its Value and Liability." Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (March 2001): 1-2.

Brodie, Barbara. "Lessons from the Past for Today's Events." Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (November 2001): 1.

Brooks, Jane. "Structured by Class, Bound by Gender: Nursing and Special Probationer Schemes, 1860-1939." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 13-21.

Brunk, Quincealea, "Glimpses of the Past: Notes on the First All Russia Nursing Convention." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 70 (Spring 2001): 10-11.

Brush, Barbara L. "Caring for Life: Nursing During the Holocaust." Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 69-81.

Brush, Barbara L., and Elizabeth Capezuti. "Historical Analysis of Siderail Use in American Hospitals." Journal of Nursing Scholarship 33, no. 4 (2001): 381-385. [Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 6].

Buck, Joy. "The Hospice Angels" Evolution of Nursing Care for the Dying, 1963-1974." Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (March 2001): 5-6.

[Callander-Grant, Stephen]. "Nurses' Badges: Archaic Symbols or Icons of Nursing?" IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 70-73.

Callander-Grant, Stephen. "Nurses' Badges: Archaic Symbols or Icons of Nursing?" IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 71-74.

Carr, Charles. "Caritas Christi Urget Nos: The Love of Christ Impels Us (The Motto of the Daughters of Charity)." IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 74-79.

Carr, Charles. "Daughter of Charity." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 75-79. [Sister Celeste Bowe, MBE. 1931-1976].

Connolly, Cynthia A. "Nurses: The Early Twentieth Century Tuberculosis Preventorium's `Connecting Link'." Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 127-157.

Currie, Margaret. "Smallpox Nursing in Britain Part I: Disease, Patients, Their Nurses and Places of Care." IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 48-55.

Currie, Margaret. "Smallpox Nursing in Britain, Part II: Nursing Care and Nurse Training." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 59-65.

De Alencar Barreira, Ieda. "The Beginning of Nursing in Brazil: Brazilian Sanitarians and American Nurses." Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 33-47.

Dinet-LeComte, Marie-Claude. "Les hospitaliPres françaises en Amérique aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siPcles." Revue d'histoire de l'Eglise de France 84 (juillet-décembre 1998): 261-282. [CCWH Newsletter (Winter 2000): 23].

Donnelly, Penny. "Dorothea Dix: An Inspirational Crusader for Political Reform and Provision of Mental Health Care Services." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 87-89.

Doree Joan. "Basingstoke Neurological and Plastic Surgery Hospital, England (R.C.A.M.C): Burn Ward New Year's Eve, 1944." History of Nursing News 12 (December 2001): 6-7.

Drees, Laurie Meijer, and Lesley McBain. "Nursing and Native Peoples in Northern Saskatchewan: 1930s-1950s." Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 18, no. 1 (2001): 43-65.

Dudas, Susan, and Mary T. Whalen. "Mary Christy: World War I Nurse." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 9-10.

Dundas, Barbara. "The First Canadian Women in Uniform: The Nursing Services, 1885-1918." Chap. in A History of Women in the Canadian Military. Montreal: Art Global, 2000.

Fairman, Julie. "The Roots of Collaborative Practice: Nurse Practitioner Pioneers' Stories." Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 159-174.

Ferguson, Rona. "Autonomy, Tension and Trade-Off: Attitudes to Doctors in the History of District Nursing." IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 10-17.

Godden, Judith. "`Like a Possession of the Devil': The Diffusion of Nightingale Nursing and Anglo-Australian Relations." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 52-58.

Grant, Pat (Lord). "Alexandra M. Munn." Portrait of Leadership series. Registered Nurse Journal 13 (July/August 2001): 19-20.

Gullo, Shirley. "Exploring History from a Different Perspective." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 10-11. Mary Gullo collects invalid feeders.

Hart, Valerie. "The Liberal Arts and Nursing Programme at the University of Maine, 1939-1956: A Study of Leadership Behaviours and Organisational Structure." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 22-25.

Hawkes, Elizabeth, Cheryl Leafty, Christy Ruth, Rebecca Scott, and Lauren Sharp. "Nurse Anesthesia: The Silent Profession." Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (November 2001): 5-6. Excerpts edited by Susan Swasta.

Howe, Linda. "Farmers, Mechanics, and Nurses: The Development of Nursing Education in the Upstate of South Carolina." South Carolina Nurse 8, no 2 (2001): 10. [Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 6].

Kelsey, Amanda. "The Making of Health Visitors: An Historical Perspective, Part II." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 66-70.

Lindsay, Bruce. "An Atmosphere of Recognition and Respect? Sick Children's Nurses and `Medical Men', 1880-1930." IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 4-9.

Lorentzon, Maria. "Grooming Nurses for the New Century: Analysis of Nurses' Registers in London Voluntary Hospitals before the First World War." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 4-12.

Lorentzon, Maria, and Judith Bryant. "The Professional Development and Status of Nurses in War and Peace: Analysis of Nursing Times' Extracts, 1905-1945. IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 27-34.

Lusk, Brigid. "Trained Nurses in Family Magazines, 1880-1928." Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 109-125.

McGann, Susan. "The Wind of Change is Blowing." Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 21-32. The National Council of Nurses of Great Britain, the College of Nursing, and the Royal College of Nursing of the United Kingdom.

McGee, Arlee Hoyt. "Katherine E. MacLaggan: New Brunswick's Nurse Revolutionist with Evolutionary Strategies." Profile of a Leader series. Newsletter (CAHN/ACHN), 14 (Spring 2001): 4-5.

McKay, Susan. "`The Problem' of Student Nurses of Japanese Ancestry During World War II." Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 49-67.

Mill, Judy E, Beverly D. Leipert, and Susan M. Duncan. "A History of Public Health Nursing in Alberta and British Columbia , 1918 to 1939." Canadian Nurse 98 (January 2002): 18-23.

Miller, Naomi. "School Nurse on a Bicycle." History of Nursing News 12 (December 2001): 2-5. Nursing experience of Margaret Matthews Barwis in Revelstoke, BC.

Mitchell, Duncan. "Nursing and Social Policy in the 1930s: A Discussion of Mental Deficiency Nursing." IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 56-61.

Nelson, Sioban. "The Fork in the Road: Nursing History Versus the History of Nursing?" Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 175-188.

Nolan, Peter, and Ann Sheridan. "In Search of the History of Irish Psychiatric Nursing." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 35-43.

Perry, Jill. "Queen of Her Own Domain: Nursing for the Grenfell Mission, 1894-1938." In Ties That Bind: An Anthology of Social Work and Social Welfare in Newfoundland and Labrador, ed. Gale Burford and John Symonds, 67-76. St. John's: Jesperson Press, 1997. [CCWH Newsletter (Winter 2000): 27].

Pratt, Geraldine. "From Registered Nurse to Registered Nanny: Discursive Geographies of Filipino Domestic Workers in Vancouver, B.C." Economic Geography 75, no. 3 (1999): 215-234. [CCWH Newsletter (Winter 2000): 27].

Reid, Erica. "Nursing at the Edge of the World: Nurses on St. Kilda." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 80-82.

Richardson, Sharon L. "`Stand Up and be Counted': Nursing at the Calgary General Hospital after the Second World War." Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 18, no. 2 (2001): 297-323.

Richardson, Sharon. "Alberta's Provincial Travelling Clinic, 1924-42." Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 19, no. 1 (2002): 245-263.

Riegler, Natalie. "Jean I. Gunn: Maintaining the Ideals." Portrait of Leadership series. Registered Nurse Journal 13 (May/June 2001): 12-13.

Simonton, Deborah. "Nursing History as Women's History." IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 35-47.

Slewitzke, Connie. "Army Nurses Corp Celebrates Its Centennial." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 70 (Spring 2001): 7-8.

Slewitzke, Connie L. "World War II Nurse POW Honored." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 10. Major Maude Campbell Davison Jackson, born and buried in Cannington, Ontario received, posthumously, the Distinguished Service Medal in recognition of her service while imprisoned by the Japanese during World War II. This is the fourth highest military honour in the USA.

"St. Eugene Hospital and School of Nursing." History of Nursing News 12 (December 2001): 8-9. The St. Eugene Mission was founded near Cranbrook, BC in the 1800s. It was staffed by Sisters Jean d'Egypte, Melantine, Georges, Magdalene de Bethanie and St. Jacques of the Order of the Sisters of Charity of Providence from Portland, Oregon and Montreal. A new hospital was opened in 1901 and a school of nursing started in 1911 with Sister John Gabriel in charge. In 1936, Olga Belecky became the first full time instructress. The hospital was replaced by the Cranbrook Regional Hospital in 1968.

Theriault, Léon. "Les Religieuses hospitaliPres de Saint-Joseph en Acadie." Les Cahiers de la Société historique acadienne 29 (juillet-septembre 1998): 143-163. [CCWH Newsletter (Winter 2000): 29].

Thompson, Jill. "Florence Nightingale: Her Life and Times Revisited." History of Nursing News 12 (Summer 2001): 1-2.

Touhy, T., and Nettie Birnbach. "Lydia Hall: The Care, Core, and Cure Model. In Nursing Theories and Nursing Practice, ed. M. Parker, 131-142. Philadelphia: Davis Co., 2001. [Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 11].

Turale, Sue, and Lu Hui Qing. "Six Decades of Nursing Service in China: The Life Experiences of Lu Hui Qing." IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 80-83.

von Arni, Eric Gruber. Justice to the Maimed Soldier: Nursing, Medical Care and Welfare for Sick and Wounded Soldiers and Their Families during the English Civil Wars and Interregnum, 1642-1660. Oxford, UK: Ashgate, c2001. ISBN 0-7546-0476-4. Internet, INHH, 18 January 2002.

Wagner, Patricia. "Harriet E. Fulmer: Champion of Higher Standards for Nursing Care." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 9.

Wall, Barbra Mann. "Definite Lines of Influence: Catholic Sisters and Nurse Training Schools. Nursing Research 50 (2001): 314-321. [Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 7].

Wall, Barbra Mann. "The Pin-Striped Habit: Balancing Charity and Business in Catholic Hospitals." Nursing Research 51 (2001): 50-58. [Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 7].

Whelan, Jean C. "Smaller and Cheaper: The Chicago Hourly Nursing Service, 1926-1957." Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 83-108.

Wickham, Ann. "A Better Scheme for Nursing: The Influence of the Dublin Hospital Sunday Fund on Nursing and Nurse Training in Ireland in the Nineteenth Century." IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 26-34.

Williamson, Lori. "Entering into the Spirit of Nursing: Holistic Healers, Past and Present." IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 18-26.

Wishart, James M. "Class Difference and the Reformation of Ontario Public Hospitals, 1900-1935: `Make Every Effort to Satisfy the Tastes of the Well-to-Do'." Labour/Le Travail 48 (Fall 2001): 27-61.

Woodward, Wendy. "`Pioneering Spirit' and Long Life: A Link?" Bulletin (AAHN), no. 71 (Summer 2001): 10-11.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


BIO BITS

Avery, Roberta. "Rejection Still Troubles Nurse." Toronto Star 6 August 2001, A4. In 1950 Marisse Scott Louisy graduated from the St. Joseph's Hospital in Guelph, Ontario. Though an honour student at the Owen Sound high school, she had been rejected by the Owen Sound General and Marine Hospital because she was black. Scott married and moved to St. Lucia in 1950 where she became head of the nutrition department in the island's health ministry.

Barr, Elinor. "A Hundred Years of Health Care: McKellar General Hospital." Papers & Records (Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society), 28 (2000): 72-82. (courtesy of author).

Bower, Jeff. "Top U. S. Honour for WWII Nurse: Retired General, Niece Work to See Honour Bestowed on Nurse." Brock Citizen 24 August 2001, 1, 5. (courtesy of Velma Willis). Major Maude Campbell Davison, who is buried in Cannington, Ontario, was the commanding nursing officer of nurses captured on Corrigidor Island in May 1942 by the Japanese during World War II. At the time of her release, Major Davison was recommended for the Distinguished Service Medal, but was refused. However, she did receive the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star and was promoted to Major. After much work, retired Brig. General Connie Slewitzke, vice-president of the American military's Women's Memorial Foundation, along with other key people, have had Major Maude recognized with the Distinguished Service Medal.

Dudas, Susan. "More about Mary Quinn." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 70 (Spring 2001): 6-7. Col. Mary Quinn, an American, trained at the Carney Hospital School of Nursing. She served in the American Nurse Corps and became involved with the nurses' war memorial in the Vietnam Memorial Park, Weymouth, Massachusetts, USA.

[Dudas, Susan]. "Highlighting an AAHN Member." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 70 (Spring 2001): 9. Mary Maxwell, RN, BSN, MN, PhD,, who was born in Palmerton, Pennsylvania, trained at the Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago, and is now working with the United Mission to Nepal. Mary is working on the history of nursing in Nepal.

[Dudas, Susan]. "Highlighting an AAHN Member - Margaret May Allemang." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 71 (Summer 2001): 8-9. Margaret is a graduate of the University of Toronto nursing school and obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Washington, Seattle. Her dissertation was on "Nursing Education in the United States and Canada, 1873-1950: Leading Figures, Forces, Views on Education." Since then, she has concentrated on oral histories of Canadian Nursing Sisters in World Wars I and II. Margaret is a co-founder of the Canadian Association for the History of Nursing. In respect of her person and to honour her work in nursing history, the Ontario group for nursing history, of which she is one of the founders, carries her name - The Margaret M. Allemang Centre for the History of Nursing,

Hawthorn, Tom. "Ruth McIlrath: Florence Nightingale Inspired Nurse." Obituaries. Globe and Mail 10 November 2001, F11. Born Ruth Echo Littlejohn on 2 June 1913 in Saskatchewan, Ruth graduated from the Winnipeg General Hospital in 1936. After working at the Vancouver General Hospital she joined the Canadian Army Medical Corps in June 1942 and served on the hospital ship, the Lady Nelson, then returned to Canada and the Nanaimo Military Hospital. After D-Day, she was assigned to No. 1 Canadian General Hospital at Nijmegen, Holland. Returning to Canada, Ruth was responsible for closing several military hospitals in Western Canada and retired with the rank of N/S Captain (Matron). She worked at the Shaughnessy Hospital, retiring as Director of Nursing Service in 1976. McIlrath died 6 September 2001.

Herrmann, Eleanor. "Lessons from Our Own Stories." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 1-2. [Josephine Dolan, Patricia D'Antonio, Joy Buck, and Nettie Birnbach].

"In Honour of Ethel (nee McIntrye) Warbinek." History of Nursing News 12 (Summer 2001): 9.

Rumen, Nina. "Ruth McIlrath." History of Nursing News 12 (December 2001): 12-13.

Miller, Naomi. "My First Christmas in Training." History of Nursing News 12 (December 2001): 14. [Vancouver General Hospital].

Morley, Jane. "Margaret Henry." Lives Lived. Globe and Mail 15 May 2001, A20. Jane Morley provides a short bio of her mother, Margaret Henry. Martha Hicks Henry, was born 28 May 1912 and died 4 February 2001. She graduated from Victoria Hospital, London, Ontario and did post-graduate work at the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal and the Columbia Medical Center in New York. After marriage and four children she returned to the profession of nursing where the low wages and poor working conditions of nurses stimulated her to organize a chapter of the Ontario Nurses Association. When she retired from nursing in 1977, she mobilized community support for a senior's apartment in Listowel and in 1984 received Listowel's Citizen of the Year award.

Nicol, Mary. "I Remember my First Introduction to Gwen Kavanuagh." History of Nursing News 12 (December 2001): 15.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
BOOKS/JOURNAL ISSUES/MONOGRAPHS/PAMPHLETS:

Benson, Evelyn. As We See Ourselves: Jewish Women in Nursing. Indianapolis IN: Sigma Theta Tau International Center Nursing Press, 2001. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 11.

Brodie, Barbara. Mr. Jefferson's Nurses: University of Virginia School of Nursing, 1901-2001. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2001. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 11.

Brown, Debra J. The Challenge of Caring: A History of Women and Health Care in British Columbia. British Columbia: Ministry of Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors, Women's Health Bureau, 2000. ISBN 0-7726-4331-8.

Buhler-Wilkerson, Karen. No Place Like Home: A History of Nursing and Home Care in the United States. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 2001. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 11.

Dundas, Barbara. A History of Women in the Canadian Military. Montreal: Art Global, 2000. ISBN 2-920718-79-7.

Egenes, Karen, and Wendy Burgess. Faithfully Yours: A History of Nursing in Illinois. Chicago: Illinois Nurses' Association, 2001. (Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 6.]

Evans, Mary, and Friends. The Oxford Regional Centre: A 90 Year Story 1906-1996. [Ontario Genealogical Society, Oxford County Branch], 2000. ISBN 0-7779-1886-2. The Centre began as a hospital for adults with epilepsy and later included children. In the 1940s it also cared for people with tuberculosis. By the 1970s it had become the Oxford Mental Health Centre. It closed in 1996.

Gurney, Cynthia A. 33 Years of Army Nursing: An Interview with Brigadier Lillian Dunlop. Washington, DC: US Army Nurse Corps, 2001. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 6.

Hezekiah, Jocelyn. Breaking the Glass Ceiling: The Stories of Three Caribbean Nurses. [Mona, Jamaica: West Indies Press, 2001. ISBN 976-640-096-2.[Dame Nita Barrow (Barbados), Berenice Dolly (Trinidad and Tobago), and Dr. Mary Sievwright (Jamaica)]. (courtesy of author).

Leonard, Elizabeth D. All the Daring of the Soldier: Women of the Civil War Armies. New York: Penguin Books, 1999. ISBN 0-14-02-9858-4.

McGee, Arlee Hoyt. Life Lines. Fredericton: University of New Brunswick, 2001. ISBN 1-895613-36-1. [Thoughts, in poetic form, on moments in a nursing career.]

Miller, Gertrude LeRoy. Mustard Plasters and Handcars: Through the Eyes of a Red Cross Outpost Nurse. Toronto: Natural Heritage Books, 2000. ISBN 1-896219-65-9. Nursing experience of Gertrude LeRoy, graduate of Toronto Western Hospital 1929 and University of Toronto, Public Health Nursing diploma 1930.

Nelson, Sioban. "Say Little, Do Much": Nineteenth Century Religious Women and Care of the Sick. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2001. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 11.

Pavri, Julie M. Honoring Our Past, Building Our Future. A History of the New York State Nurses Association. Albany, New York: NYSNA, 2001. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 71 (Summer 2001): 9.

Robinson, Thelma M., and Paulie M. Perry. Cadet Nurse Stories: The Call for and Response of Women during World War II. Indianapolis: Sigma Theta Tau International Center Nursing Press, 2001. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 11.

Winsor, Janet Penney. Newfoundland Nurse: A Memoir. Portugal Cove: ESP Press, 1998. CCWH Newsletter (Winter 2000): 30.

Woolley, Alma. Learning, Faith and Caring: History of the Georgetown University School of Nursing 1903-2000. Washington, DC: Tau Chapter STT, 2001. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 11.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


CONFERENCES UP-AND-COMING:


2002

May 24-26 15th CAHN/ACHN Annual Conference at the University of Toronto, Ontario.

June 13-16 "Unsettled Pasts: Re-Conceiving the West through Women's History" at the University of Calgary, Alberta. Newsletter (CAHN/ACHN), 14 (Autumn 2001): 16.

June 23-26 Canadian Nurses' Association Annual Meeting Biennial Convention in Toronto, Ontario.

Jul 21-26 "Gendered Worlds, Gains and Challenges." Women's Worlds 2002 conference in Kampala, Uganda. This is the 8th international, interdisciplinary congress on women. CONTACT: The Coordinator, Women's Worlds 2002, Department of Women and Gender Studies, Makerere University, PO Box 7062, Kampala, Uganda. WEBSITE: <http://www.wgs.or.ug>. Internet. H-NET/OHA Discussion List on Oral History, 10 March 2001.

Sep 1-6 38th Congress of the International Society for the History of Medicine in Istanbul, Turkey. CONTACT: Dr. Yesim Isil Ulman <yesimul@yahoo.com>. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 18, no. 1 (2001): 171.

Sep 27-29 Nineteenth Annual Conference of the American Association for the History of Nursing. Co-sponsored with Brigham Young University, Salt Lake City, Utah. AAHN CONTACT: WEBSITE: <www.aahn.org>; E-MAIL: <aahn@aahn.org> . IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 95.

Nov 8-9 "Creating Hospitals: Architecture in Historical Context, 1700-2000." Conference at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich. CONTACT: Professor Roger Cooter, Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, School of History, University of Anglia, Norwich NR4 7TJ, UK. E-Mail: <wellcome@uea.ac.uk>. Newsletter (INHH), no. 5 (November 2001): 3.

2003

June "Form and Function: The Hospital." 3rd International Network for the History of Hospitals conference at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. Newsletter (INHH), no. 5 (November 2001): 3.


2004

June 16th CAHN/ACHN Annual Conference.

June Canadian Nurses' Association Conference.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


COURSES IN THE HISTORY OF HEALTH/MEDICINE:

Linda Howe has developed a nursing history course for the undergraduate curriculum at Clemson University School of Nursing. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 71 (Summer 2001): 7.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


EXHIBITIONS/DISPLAYS:

HISTORY OF NURSING PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE GROUP (RNABC):

"Nursing Remedies from Head to Toe" has been displayed in the RNABC Boardroom, the Jim Pattison Pavilion (formerly the Laurel Pavilion) at the Vancouver General Hospital, and the Coquitlam library. Items included eyewash cups, metal eye-shield protectors, porcelain feeding cups, hypodermic syringes, ingredients and instructions for making a mustard plaster and a stone pig used to warm a bed. Display created by Beth Fitzpatrick and Ethel Warbinek. History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001): 9.

"Early Nursing Texts by Canadian Authors" has been on view at the RNABC Boardroom. Prepared by Glennis Zilm and Ethel Warbinek. History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001): 9-10.

"BC Public Health Nurse Summer Uniform with Hat [1970s]" has been shown in the foyer of the RNABC. Courtesy of Gladys Rowlett. History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001): 10.

"Nurse's uniform c1800s and early 1900s" has been on display in the RNABC foyer. This style of uniform was worn in the first BC provincial asylum, renamed the Hospital for the Insane (Victoria), the Public Hospital for the Insane (New Westminister), and the Provincial Mental Hospital(Essondale, later Riverview). Courtesy of Anna Tremere. History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001): 11.

Through the Years with Public Health written by Monica Green has been exhibited in the RNABC library. History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001): 10.

"History of Nursing Through the Ages" depicted in uniforms created by Sheila Zerr has been shown in the RNABC Boardroom. History of Nursing News 12 (Summer 2001): 4.

A display at Coquitlam library, May 2001 included, illustrations of Vancouver nursing monuments (courtesy of Brenda Flynn), books by Canadian nurse authors (courtesy of Glennis Zilm), memorable artifacts (courtesy of Ethel Warbinek and Beth Fitzpatrick), Barbie portrait historical dolls (courtesy of Sheila Zerr). History of Nursing News 12 (Summer 2001): 11.

+++++++++

SCHOOL OF NURSING, UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.

A display related to Ethel Johns included photographs of her medals. (Managed by Ethel Warbinek and Glennis Zilm History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001): 13.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


HISTORIOGRAPHY/METHODOLOGY:

Craig, Barbara. Medical Archives: What They are and How to Keep Them. Rev.ed., Toronto: AMS, c2000. Newsletter (AMS), no. 38 (Winter/Spring 2001): 7.

Gaines, Barbara. "Report of the Pre-Conference: Doing History - Analyzing the Data and Writing the Narrative." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 6.

Kent, Leslie N. "Teaching Nursing History as a Graduate Practicum," Bulletin (AAHN), no. 71 (Summer 2001): 4.

Matters, Marion. Oral History Cataloging Manual. This is recommended by Marsha Maguire, Librarian, Manuscript and Special Collections, University of Washington Libraries. Book endorsed by the Standards Board of the Society of American Archivists. Internet. H-NET/OHA Discussion List on Oral History. 17 November 2001.

Rinker, Sylvia. "Survey to Determine History of Nursing Content in Graduate Schools of Nursing." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 70 (Spring 2001): 3.

Robertson, Beth M. Oral History Handbook. 4th ed., 2000. This book is recommended by Trisha Walker, Oral History Officer, State Library of South Australia. It is available from the South Australian Branch of the Oral History Association of Australia. PO Box 3420 Rundle Mall, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000; E-MAIL: <suanders@senet.com.au>. Internet. H-NET/OHA Discussion List on Oral History, 31 January, 29 April, and 15 May 2001.

Woolley, Alma. "Teaching Tips for Teaching Nursing History," Bulletin (AAHN), no. 70 (Spring 2001): 5.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


HONOURS/AWARDS:

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE HISTORY OF NURSING

Lavinia L. Dock Award 2001:


Karen Buhler-Wilkerson. No Place Like Home: A History of Nursing and Home Care in the United States. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 1.

Patricia D'Antonio. "Revisiting and Rethinking the Rewriting of Nursing History in the Bulletin of the History of Medicine. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 1.

+++++++++

Society for Nursing History Award 2001:

Jean Whelan for her post doctoral work on "The Eight-Hour Day: The Campaign to Reduce the Working Hours of Registered Nurses, 1930-1950." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 1.

+++++++++

Student Research Award 2001:

Donald Smith for "A Study of the Persian Gulf War as a Catalyst for Change in the Air Force Nurse Corps: Clinical and Deployment Readiness." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 1.

+++++++++

Teresa E. Christy Award 2001:

Ellen B. Clarke for her dissertation "Professional Commitment and Activism in the Lives of Five African Women." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 1.


+++++++++
+++++++++


AMERICAN JOURNAL OF NURSING:

Book of the Year Award 2000: (Bulletin (AAHN), no. 70 (Spring 2001): 11).

Barbara Montgomery Dossey for Florence Nightingale: Mystic, Visionary, Healer (2000).

Mary Sarnecky for A History of the U.S. Army Nurse Corps (1999).


+++++++++
+++++++++

B.C. HISTORY OF NURSING GROUP:

Scholarship 2001:

Margaret Scala, a student in the Masters of Nursing program at the University of Calgary, is researching nursing care history of teenagers with pregnancy and delivery experiences between 1940-1999. History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001): 2.

+++++++++
+++++++++

HANNAH INSTITUTE FOR THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE:

Hannah Educator/Clinician Study Awards 2001:

Donna L. Wells for "Something Essential about Nursing: Stories of Practice and Their Intellectual and Social Interpretation." AMS Inc. 2000-2001 Corporate Report, c2002, p. 32.

+++++++++

Hannah General Scholarship 2000 and/or 2001:

Karen Flynn for "Race, Class and Gender: Black Canadian Nurses, 1945-1980." AMS Inc. 2000-2001 Corporate Report, c2002, p. 24.

Esther Lamontagne for "Des savoir-faire infirmiers aux sciences infirmiPres: la constitution d'une discipline universitaire au Québec (1920-1980)." AMS Inc. 2000-2001 Corporate Report, c2002, p. 24.

Veryl Tipliski for "From Asylum Training Schools to a New Occupation: A History of Psychiatric Nursing in Three Canadian Provinces, 1900-1950." AMS Inc. 2000-2001 Corporate Report, c2002, p. 25.

+++++++++

Hannah Grants-in-Aid 2000 and/or 2001:

Laurie Meijer Drees and Lesley McBain for "Nursing and Aboriginal Peoples in Northern Saskatchewan, 1930-79. AMS Inc. 2000-2001 Corporate Report, c2002, p. 21.


Carol Helmstadter for work on the University of Guelph Nightingale project related to "Nightingale and the nineteenth-century world". AMS Inc. 2000-2001 Corporate Report, c2002, p. 19.

Joyce MacQueen for work on the University of Guelph Nightingale project on "Nightingale and Nursing Practice". AMS Inc. 2000-2001 Corporate Report, c2002, p. 20.


+++++++++
+++++++++

CENTER FOR NURSING HISTORICAL INQUIRY, UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA:

Annual Historical Research Fellowship, 2001:

Jean Whelan, for her proposal "The Eight Hour Day: The Campaign to Reduce the Working Hours of Nurses, 1930 to 1950." Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (March 2001): 3.

+++++++++

Nursing Alumni Association Undergraduate History Award 2001:

Hawkes, Elizabeth, Cheryl Leafty, Christy Ruth, Rebecca Scott, and Lauren Sharp. "Nurse Anesthesia: The Silent Profession." Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (November 2001): 4.


+++++++++
+++++++++


CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF THE HISTORY OF NURSING, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA:

Lillian S. Brunner Fellowship 2001:

Donna Gentile O'Donnell for research on "The Closure of Philadelphia General Hospital: An Oral History." The Chronicle (CSHS), 14 (Spring 2001): 2.


+++++++++
+++++++++


SIGMA THETA TAU INTERNATIONAL:

Region 6 Media Award:

Karen Buhler Wilkerson for "The Nightingale's Song - Nurses and Nursing in the Ars Medica Collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 70 (Spring 2001): 11.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


MEMORIALS/TRIBUTES:

Battle of Waterloo Nurse. Parishioners of St. Mary's Church in Piddlehinton are working to restore the tombstone of Ann Winzer who nursed the wounded after the battle of Waterloo in 1815. If you wish to make a contribution or want more information CONTACT Robin Adeney, White Dairy House, 16 High Street, Piddlehinton, Dorchester DT2 7TD. TEL/FAX: 44-1300-348386. IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 96.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

NETWORKING:

Cindy Milner, a master's student, University of Victoria ( British Columbia) is seeking historical information on the disciplining of nursing students in BC. CONTACT: E-MAIL: <cindymilner@home.com>. History of Nursing News 12 (Fall 2001): 14.

Rushton, Patricia. "Researcher Seeks Stories from Latter-Day Saint Nurses." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 5. Patricia Rushton is seeking experiences of Latter-Day Saint nurses who have served the USA during times of war. CONTACT: Patricia Rushton, PhD, Latter-Day Saint Nurses at War Project, College of Nursing, 500 SWKT, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah 84602, USA.


+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


NEWS ITEMS:

A history of the Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps is being prepared for the corps centenary in 2002. For further information CONTACT: Army Medical Services Museum, Keogh Barracks, Ash Vale, Aldershot, Hants GU12 5RQ. IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 96.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


NURSES MEMORIAL BOOK:

CANADIAN NURSES ASSOCIATION:

British Columbia Entrants: History of Nursing News 12 (Summer 2001): 15.

Hood, Evelyn 1912-1999.

Wright, Alice Lillian 1894-2000.

+++++++++

Manitoba Entrants: Newsletter (CAHN/ACHN), 14 (Autumn 2001): 4.

Smith, Marie LaCroix.

Stewart, Isabel Maitland.

Bourns, Beulah.

Attrill, Alfreda Jean.

+++++++++

REGISTERED NURSES ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA: History of Nursing News 12 (Summer 2001): 13-15:

Sister Columkille (Alice Lane Hamer) (1890-1973): Sister Columkille graduated from St. Paul's Hospital in 1917 and took her vows with the Sisters of Providence that same year. Later, she became Director of the St. Paul School of Nursing, leaving in 1953. She was president of RNABC from 1949-1951

Helen McCauley Gemeroy (1912-1997): Helen Gemeroy's nursing career included teaching general and psychiatric nursing education; being appointed jointly as Assistant Director of the new University of BC Health Sciences Centre Hospital and Professor at the UBC School of Nursing. Though not mentioned in the BC biography, Gemeroy also taught psychiatric nursing at the School for Graduate Nurses, McGill University and had been Director of Nursing at the Allan Memorial Institute in Montreal (B. Tunis, In Caps and Gowns 1966, 89).

Evelyn Hood (1912-1999): Evelyn was a public health nurse, who, in 1951 as head of labour relations for the RNABC, introduced collective bargaining for BC nurses.

Margaret E. Kerr (1900-1976): Margaret Kerr taught nursing at UBC, was president of the RNABC 1943-1944, and for a number of years was editor of the Canadian Nurse.

Heather Kilpatrick (1908-2000): Heather Kilpatrick graduated from Vancouver General and UBC before becoming the first Director of Public Health Nursing for British Columbia. In 1945, she was stationed in Greece with UNRRA (United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration). Upon her return to BC, Heather took charge of the Outpatient Department at Shaughnessy Hospital, retiring in 1971.

Virginia Geraldine (Geri) Lapointe (1932-1997): Geri Lapointe was an educator and administrator at the Royal Inland Hospital, Kamloops. From 1973-1975, she was president of RNABC and in 1977 was named Kamloops' Woman of the Year and received the 25th Anniversary Queen Elizabeth Commemorative Medal.

Pauline A. J. Siddons (1919-1999): Pauline Siddons's nursing career included being a nursing sister World War II. As a senior consultant in public health nursing, she shaped public health nursing policy for both British Columbia and the Yukon.

Alice Lillian Wright (1894-2000): Alice Wright graduated from Vancouver General and from 1943-1960 was RNABC's Registrar and Executive Director.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


PAPERS PRESENTED OR TO BE PRESENTED/POSTER DISPLAYS:


American Association for the History of Nursing, 12th Annual Conference, Charlottesville, Virginia, September 20-23 2001 (flyer):

Brodie, Barbara. "Creating a School's Centennial History: Lessons Learned and Things Forgotten."

Buck, Joy. "Serendipitous Beginnings: Founding the Connecticut Hospice, 1965-1974."

Burnam, Mary Ann. "`I am Going to Get Myself a Vote': Lavinia Dock's Commitment to the Woman Suffrage Movement."

D'Antonio, Patricia, and Julie Fairman. "Doing History: Analyzing the Data and Writing the Narrative."

Dunphy, Lynne M. "Florence Nightingale and Barbara Leigh-Smith Bodichon: A Tale of Two Cousins."

Fondiller, Shirley H. "Margaret G. Arnstein: International Pacesetter in Public Health Nursing."

Gibson, Mary E. "`Who Cared?': Landmarks in the Care of Crippled Children in Virginia, 1910-1940.

Graber, Ann. "`Other Ways in Which We can Serve': Mennonite Nurses in World War II."

Gregor, Frances M. "Overcome by Change: The Decline of the St. John Ambulance Home Nursing Program, Halifax, Canada, 1950-75."

Harmon, Rebecca Bouterie. "`When Nurses Felt Like Nurses': The Role of Psychiatric Nurses in State Hospitals, 1939-1954."

Hawkins, Joellen W. "The Mesabi Range of Minnesota: School Nursing in a Public Health Model."

Helmstadter, Carol. "Establishing a Real Tone: Professionalizing Nursing in Nineteenth Century London."

Hershberger, Ann Graber. "`Other Ways in which We can Serve': Mennonite Nurses in World War II."

Johnson, Edna E. "Mary Breckinridge's Position on Birth Control."

Krimmel, Dean. "A Time of Tragedy, Joy and Change: Nursing Education on the WWII Homefront." An examination of Barbara J. Kurtz's nursing school experience at the University of Maryland. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 6.

Martin, Cheyenne. "Voices from the Holocaust: Care-Giving Experiences and Ethical Choices of Nurses in Nazi Labor and Death Camps."

Meehan. Therese Connell. "The Principles and Concepts of Careful Nursing: Ireland's Hidden Legacy to Nursing."

Reedy, Elizabeth A. "Incubator Shows: The Public Display of Premature Babies, 1896-1940."

Robertson, Jr., James. "Women at War: The Advent of Nursing in the Civil War." Keynote Address.

Robinson, Thelma. "The Plight and Perseverance of the Japanese American Student Nurse during WWII."

Sabin, Linda E. "Sweating, Purging and a Passion for Care: The Fever Nurse in the Deep South during the Nineteenth Century."

Smith, Susan L. "Seattle SANBA: A Japanese American Midwife's Tale." [Toku Shimomura].

Wall, Barbra Mann. "Science and Ritual: The Hospital as Medical and Sacred Space."
+++++++++
+++++++++


Fifth Asia Pacific Nursing Conference, 17 November 2001, in Singapore. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 11:

Keeling, Arlene. "A Historical Perspective on Touch and Tech in Nursing."


+++++++++
+++++++++


Canadian Association for the History of Nursing/Association Canadienne pour l'Histoire du Nursing, in Winnipeg, 8-10 June 2001:

Bates, Tina. "The Canadian Nursing History Collection Database at the Canadian Museum of Civilization."

Beaton, Janet. "Canadian Missionary Nurses in China: 1894-1951."

Blais, Lois M. "Nurse Harrower: Typical Nurse of the Boer War?" [Madeleine Harrower 1867-1961].

Boschma, Geertje, Olive Yonge, Lorraine Mychajlunow, Mary Haase, Viola Fastbraun, Carolyn Wilson, and Ann Ranson Ratusz. "From the Vantage Point of Nurses: An Oral History Project with Psychiatric Mental Health Nurses." [Alberta, Canada].

Flynn, Karen. "Caribbean Nurses at Work." Canada post-1945.

Helmstadter, Carol. "Professionalizing Nursing Nineteenth Century Style: The Work of Sister Mary Jones."

Humphreys, Linda, Cathy Lucas, Heather MacKenzie, Linda Newton, and Susan Sookram. "Evolution of the Nurse Therapist Role."

Jones, Esyllt W. "`That Great Call': Nursing Professionalism and Gendered Responses to the 1918-1919 Spanish Influenza Epidemic in Winnipeg."

Kay, Gloria V. "`These are a Few of My Favourite Things." [Nurses' caps].

Keeling, Arlene W. "Practising Medicine without a License? Coronary Care Nursing in the 1960s - An Historical Perspective on Expanding Prescriptive Authority for Advanced Practice Nurses." American nursing in the 1960s at Bethany Hospital (Kansas City), and Presbyterian Hospital (Philadelphia]. Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (November 2001): 4.

Lindahl, Elisabeth, Lilian Jansson, and Astrid Norberg. "Purity - Important in Nursing Care in Northern Sweden around and before 1950." [Vasterbotten, Sweden].

MacDonald, Genevieve. "`Shun Not the Struggle': Cecelia Jane Georgina Fane Pope, 1862-1938."

Mansell, Diana. "Leadership and the Drive for Professionalism in Canadian Nursing: The Great Divide."

McKay, Marion. "Fashioning Nurses: Uniforms and Identities, Winnipeg 1899-1970."

McPherson, Kathryn. "Nurses and the Colonization of Northern Manitoba, 1945-1968."

Melchior, Florence. "Using Student Labour to Staff Hospitals." Medicine Hat Regional Hospital in the early 20th century.

Quiney, Linda J. "Sisters-in-Service: Canada's Voluntary Aid Detachment Nurses of the Great War and the Challenge to the Professional Ideal."

Rodger, Andrew, and Larry McNally. "The Canadian Nurse Association's Historical Materials at the National Archives of Canada."

Stuart, Meryn. "Professionalizing the Profession: Elusive Dream or Anachronism?" Hannah Lecture.

Toman, Cynthia. "`Trained Brains are better than Trained Muscles': Scientific Management meets Nursing, 1914-1930."

Tremere, Anna. "Changing with the Times: History of Psychiatric Care in British Columbia."

Udod, Sonia, Dean Care, and Janet Beaton. "Professionalization of the Head Nurse-Unit Manager Role, 1950s'-1990s."

Winans, Patricia. "`We are not here for the good of our Health': Abandonment and the Professionalization of Nursing."

Young, Judith. "Monthly Nurses, `Sick' Nurses, Midwives and Nurse Maids: Nurses in Nineteenth Century Toronto, 1820-1890."

Zelmanovits, Judith. "The Nurse Practitioner and the North: The Rise and Fall of the Nurse Practitioner Movement of the 1970s."

Zerr, Sheila J., and Glennis Zilm. "Education for Professional Nursing Practice: Gertrude Richards Ladner 1902-1905." Gertrude Richards Ladner at the Royal Jubilee Hospital, Victoria, British Columbia.

Zilm, Glennis. "Nurse Miller: The Florence Nightingale of the Canadian Rebellion."


+++++++++
+++++++++

Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, Annual Meeting, Quebec, 25-27 May 2001:

Daigle, J., and N. Rousseau. "Les infirmiPres soignantes dans les régions marginales du Québec au XXe siPcle."

Elliott, Jayne. "Much Discouraged about the Public Health Work: Ontario Red Cross Outpost Nursing in the Interwar Years."

Quiney, Linda. "Filling the Gaps: The Necessary Role of Canadian Voluntary Nurses in the Great War."
Smith, Susan L. "An American Sanba: The Life of Toku Shimomura, A Japanese American Midwife."

Toman, Cynthia. "Almonte's Great Train Disaster: Shaping Nurses' Roles and Civilian Use of Blood Transfusion."

Trafzer, Clifford E. "Automobiles, Nurses, and First Nations in Southern California, 1928-1948."

+++++++++
+++++++++


Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry (CNHI) (University of Virginia) to be presented 22 March 2001 at the Eighth Agnes Dillon Randolph award ceremony. Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (March 2001): 2.

Elizabeth M. Norman. "The Stranded American Nurses on Mindanao Island, Philippines, 1942."

+++++++++

Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry (CNHI), to be presented 21 March 2002 at the Agnes Dillon Randolph Award Lecture. Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (November 2001): 3.:

Sandelowski, Margarete. "Paradox and Irony in the Nursing/Technology Relationship."

++++++++++


Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry (CNHI) History Forums. Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (November 2001): 3:


Buck, Joy. "`Manna from Heaven': Reforming Nursing Care of the Dying, 1963-1974."

Connolly, Cynthia. "`Not Just Poor But Physically in Need': Nurses and Early Twentieth Century Pediatric Convalescent Hospitals."

Jablonski, Rita. "A Trickle to a Typhoon: Nurse Practitioner Education at Virginia Commonwealth University, 1974-1991."

+++++++++

Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry (CNHI) at Southern Nursing Research Society Conference, 1-3 February 2001, Baltimore, Maryland. Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (March 2001): 4.

Buck, Joy. "Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Care of the Dying and Birth of American Hospice Nursing, 1950-1975."

Harmon, Rebecca. "Psychiatric Nursing before Antipsychotics."

Haugh, Kathryn. "General Duty Nursing, 1900-1965: Lessons to be Learned."

Krauskopf, Patricia. "Mid-Century Pioneers in Rural Nursing."

+++++++++

Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry (CNHI) at University of Virginia Robert J. Huskey Graduate Research Exhibition, October 2000. Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (March 2001): 4:

Kennel, Susan. "From Despair to Hope: The Conquest of Childhood Leukemia." (Awarded third Place in the Social and Behavioral Sciences category).

+++++++++
+++++++++


History of Nursing Professional Practice Group (RNABC):

Christmas Luncheon, 9 December 2000, Vancouver, B.C.

DuGas, Beverly, Mary Nicol, and Jessie Middleton. "Memories of Christmas Past." History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001):8.

+++++++++

General Meeting, 12 May 2001, Vancouver, BC:

Thompson, Jill. "Florence Nightingale: Her Life and Times Revisited." History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001): 6.

+++++++++

Second Annual Christmas Luncheon, 1 December 2001:

Fieldhouse, Norma. "Canada's Military Nurses: Riel Rebellion to Gulf War." History of Nursing News 12 (Fall 2001): 6.

+++++++++

General Meeting, February 2002:

Blais, Lois. "The Dumpster Saga." Rescuing Nurse Madeline Harrower's memorabilia. History of Nursing News 12 (Fall 2001): 7.


+++++++++
+++++++++

Margaret M. Allemang Centre for the History of Nursing on 21 April 2001 in Toronto, Ontario:

Toman, Cynthia. "The Promises and Perils of Oral History for Nursing."


+++++++++
+++++++++


Nursing Archives Associates (Boston University) annual meeting 17 April 2001 (flyer):

Monahan, Evelyn, and Rosemary Neidel-Greenlee. "All This Hell: U.S. Nurses Imprisoned by the Japanese."


+++++++++
+++++++++

Sigma Theta Tau Honour Society, Xi Eta Chapter, Ethel Johns Research Conference, Vancouver, BC, 3 February 2001:


Zilm, Glennis, and Ethel Warbinek, and Esther Paulson. "Portrait of a Leader: Laura Holland 1883-1956." History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001): 13.


+++++++++
+++++++++


South Bank University, London, England, 20 April 2001:

Mary Ann English spoke on "A Journey of Joy and Challenge in the Evolution of a School of Nursing at a Land Grant Institution in the United States." [Bulletin (AAHN), no. 71 (Summer 2001): 7].


+++++++++
+++++++++


United Kingdom Centre for the History of Nursing (RCN): Seminars to celebrate the first year of the centre. Windows in Time (CNHI), 9 (March 2001): 10:

Crowther, Anne. "Why Women Should be Nurses and Not Doctors: Some 19th Century Reflections."

Mark, Shula. "The Gender Dilemma in Nursing History: The Case of the South African Mine Hospitals."

+++++++++

United Kingdom Centre for the History of Nursing: In conjunction with the Florence Nightingale Museum, London, 13 March 2002:

Summers, Anne. "Female Lineages, Platonic Daughters -Nurses and Reformers, c1820-1900." (courtesy of Dr. Shirley Stinson).


+++++++++
+++++++++


University of Toronto, Faculty of Nursing. "The History of Health Care - Multiple Perspectives" symposium, 29 November 2001:

Helmstadter, Carol. "Building a New Nursing Service: Two Nineteenth-Century Experiences."
MacMillan, Kathleen, and Claire Mallette. "Unintended Consequences: Two Critical Events in the 60s and 70s and Their Legacy for Nursing in Ontario."

McPherson, Kathryn. "Rethinking Power and Professionalism: The Case of the Indian Health Nurses in Manitoba."


+++++++++
+++++++++


University of Victoria, BC, Research Day, "A Celebration of Nursing Research: Advancing Practice," 12 May 2001:

Zerr, Sheila. "Begbie Hall, The Royal Jubilee Hospital School of Nursing Residence: Designation as a Heritage Site." History of Nursing News 12 (Summer 2001): 11:


+++++++++
+++++++++


Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand, Graduate School of Nursing and Midwifery. Centenary of Nurse Registration in New Zealand. Grace Neill lecture, 13 March 2001. Internet.
<NURHIS-L@UCONNVM.UConn.Edu>, 9 March 2001:

Wood, Pamela. "Commemorating Nursing: Memorials, Memories and Mementoes."


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


PHOTOGRAPHS/POSTAGE STAMPS:

Dorothy Edleston, a member of the Ontario Historical Society, is shown standing in front of her cap which is part of the Gloria Kay's cap collection now held at the Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec. OHS Bulletin, no. 131 (September 2001): 8.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


PUBLISHERS:

M. Patricia Donahue, "Journal of Gerontological Nursing Requests Manuscripts." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 70 (Spring 2001): 8.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


REVIEWS:

Beaton, Janet. Nurses of All Nations: A History of the International Council of Nurses, 1899-1999, by B. L. Brush, and J. E. Lynaugh. Newsletter (CAHN/ACHN) 14 (Autumn 2001): 6.

Clague, Joan. Review of Muriel Powell Remembered: A Profile of Her Life, by Elizabeth Scott. IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 90.

Fitzpatrick, Beth. Review of Never Leave Your Head Uncovered: A Canadian Nursing Sister in World War II, by Doris V. Carter. History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001): 18.

Fitzpatrick, M. Louise. Review of Learning, Faith and Caring: History of the Georgetown University School of Nursing, 1903-2000, by Alma S. Woolley. Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 194-196.

Keeling, Arlene W. Review of Devices and Desires: Gender, Technology and American Nursing, by Margarete Sandelowski. Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 196-198.

Kirby, Stephanie. Review of The Nurse Apprentice, by Ann Bradshaw. IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 90-91

Leipert, Beverly D. Review of The Challenge of Caring: A History of Women and Health Care in British Columbia, by Debra J. Brown. History of Nursing News 11 (Spring 2001): 14-15.

McBain, Maureen H. Review of Nursing at Work, by Brenda M. Slaney. IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 94-95.

McGann, Susan. Review of Nurses of All Nations: A History of the International Council of Nurses 1899-1999, by Barbara Brush, Joan Lynaugh, Geertje Boschma, Anne Marie Rafferty, Meryn Stuart, and Nancy Tomes. IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 92.

Sarnecky, Mary T. Review of They Called Them Angels: American Military Nurses of World War II, by Kathi Jackson. Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 189-192.

Sarnecky, Mary T. Review of All this Hell: U.S. Nurses Imprisoned by the Japanese, by Evelyn M. Monahan and Rosemary Neidel-Greenlee. Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 189-192.

Scott, Elizabeth. Review of March of the Matrons: Military Influence on British Civilian Nursing Profession 1939-1969, by Penny Starns. ISBN 0-9536-5162-2. IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 94-95.

Scott, Elizabeth J. C. Review of Interpreting Professional Self Regulation: A History of the UK Central Council for Nursing, Midwifery and Health Visiting, by Celia Davies, and Abigail Beach. IHNJ 6, no. 2 (2001): 93-94.

Smith, Maude M. Review of The Challenge, by Margaret E. Bailey. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 69 (Fall 2001): 11. Autobiography of Colonel Margaret Elizabeth Bailey, the first black nurse promoted to Colonel, the highest rank at that time awarded to an Army Nurse Corps officer.

Summers, Anne. Review of Nurses at War: Women on the Frontline 1939-45, by Penny Starns. ISBN 0-7509-2387-3. IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 92-93.

Thompson, Elaine. Review of Nursing the Image: Media, Culture and Professional Identity, by Julia Hallam. ISBN 0-4151-8455-X. IHNJ 6, no. 1 (2001): 93-94.

Wall, Barbra Mann. Review of Mending Bodies, Saving Souls: A History of Hospitals, by Guenter B. Risse. Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 192-194.

Whelan, Jean C. Review of No One Was Turned Away: The Role of Public Hospitals in New York City Since 1900, by Sandra Opdyke. Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 200-202.

Zilm, Glennis. Review of Life Lines, by Arlee Hoyt McGee. History of Nursing News 12 (Fall 2001): 15.


Zilm, Glennis. Review of Life Lines, by Arlee Hoyt McGee. Newsletter (CAHN/ACHN), 14 (Autumn 2001): 6.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


TEACHING HISTORY:

AAHN. "Nursing History in the Curriculum: Preparing Nurses for the 21st Century." Position statement approved by the AAHN Board of Directors, 21 September 2001. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 7.

Buhler-Wilkerson, Karen. "AAN Forms Expert Panel on Nursing and History." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 73 (Winter 2002): 5.

Wall, Barbra Mann. "Teaching Interdisciplinary History of Nursing and Medicine Courses." Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 8-9.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


THESES:

Arton, M. E. "The Development of Sick Children's Nursing 1919-1939." M. Phil thesis, Bath University, 1992. Lindsay, IHNJ 6, n. 1 (2001): 9.

Bartal, Nira. "Theoretical and Practical Training of Jewish Nurses in Mandatory Palestine, 1918-1948: Through the Prism of the Hadassah School of Nursing, Jerusalem." Ph.D. diss., Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 2001. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 72 (Fall 2001): 10.

Burke, Kathleen. "From Research Lab to Routine Procedure: A Case Study of the Swan-Ganz Catheter, 1965-1980." Diss., University of Pennsylvania, c2001. The Chronicle (CSHS), 14 (Spring 2001): 4.

de Carvalho, Amália CorrLa. "Orientaçno e ensino de estudantes de Enfermagem no campo clinico." Ph.D. Diss., University of Sno Paulo School of Nursing, 1972. de Alencar Barreira Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 46.

Elliott, Susan Elaine. "Missionary Nurse Dorothy Davis Cook, 1940-1972: `Mother of Swazi Nurses.'" Diss., University of San Diego, 2000. Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 212.

Gosline, Mary Beth. "A Historical Perspective of the Development of Graduate Education for Nursing in the United States and Its Reflection on Two Early Graduate Programs." Doctoral thesis, Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, c2000. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 70 (Spring 2001): 11.

Joy, Juanita M. "The History of the Associate Degree Nursing Program at Portland Community College (Oregon)." Diss., Oregon State University, 2000. Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 213.

Porter, Marjorie. "A Case Study of the Organizational Lifecycle of the DePauw University School of Nursing, 1954-1994." Ed.D. thesis, Indiana University, May 2001. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 71 (Summer 201): 7.

Rheaume, Ann. "The Professionalization of Nursing: A Study of the Changing Entry to Practice Requirements in New Brunswick." Ph.D diss., Department of Sociology, McGill University, 1998. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 18, no. 2 (2001): 418.

Riddell, S, "Curing Society's Ills: Public Health Nurses and Public Health Nursing in Rural British Columbia, 1919-1946." Thesis, Burnaby, Simon Fraser University, 1991. Mill, Leipert, and Duncan, Canadian Nurse 2002, 23.

Scott, Mary Ann Krisman. "The Room at the End of the Hall: Care of the Dying, 1945-1975." Doctoral diss., University of Pennsylvania, c2001. The Chronicle (CSHS), 14 (Spring 2001): 4.

Shannon, Mary Lucille. "The Origin and Development of Professional Licensure Examinations in Nursing: From a State-Constructed Examination to the State Board Test Pool Examination." Ed.D thesis, Teachers College, Columbia University, 1972. (courtesy of Dr. Shirley Stinson).

Stinson, Shirley. " Deprofessionalization in Nursing?" Ed.D diss., Teachers College, Columbia University, 1969. A comparative analysis of nursing as a profession in the USA, 1920s and the 1960s. (courtesy of author).

Tropello, Paula Grace Dunn. "Origins of the Nurse Practitioner Movement: An Oral History." Diss., Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey-New Brunswick and UMDNJ, 2000. Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 215.

Unruh, Lynn Y. "The Impact of Hospital Staffing on the Quality of Patient Care." Diss., University of Notre Dame, 2000. Nursing History Review 10 (2002): 215.

Wishart, James M. "Producing Nurses: Nursing Training in the Age of Rationalization at Kingston General Hospital, 1924-1939." M.A. thesis, Queen's University, 1997. Wishart, 2001, 3.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


WEBSITES/E-MAIL ADDRESSES:

Associated Medical Services Inc.(Toronto). <www.ams-inc.on.ca>.

The Australian Nursing History Project. <www.nursing.unimelb.edu.au/anhp/anhppros.htm>. Newsletter (CAHN/ACHN)14 (Autumn 2001): 12.

The Canadian Museum of Civilization. <www.civilization.ca>. Newsletter (CAHN/ACHN),14 (Autumn 2001): 12
History Matters. <http://historymatters.gmu.edu>. A website created by the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning at the City University of New York and the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University.

Symbol of a Profession. <www.civilization.ca/hist/infirm/inint0le.html>. A webpage based on Gloria Kay's nursing cap collection now with the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Newsletter (CAHN/ACHN),14 (Autumn 2001): 11.

Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand, Graduate School of Nursing and Midwifery. <http://www.vuw.ac.nz/nsemid>.

Zwerdling Nursing Archives. <http://www.erols.com/zwrdl/ZNA.html>. Internet.
NURHIS-L@UConnVM.UConn.Edu. 7 October 2001.


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


ABBREVIATIONS:

AAHN = American Association for the History of Nursing
AJN = American Journal of Nursing
AMS = Associated Medical Services, Inc., Toronto
CAHN/ACHN = Canadian Association for the History of Nursing/Association canadienne pour l'histoire du nursing
CBMH/BCHM = Canadian Bulletin of Medical History/Bulletin canadien d'histoire de la médicine
CCWH/CCHF = Canadian Committee on Women's History/Comité canadien de l'histoire des femmes
CNA/AIIC = Canadian Nurses' Association/l'Association des infirmiPres et infirmiers du Canada
CNHI = The Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry, University of Virginia School of Nursing
CSHN = Center for the Study of the History of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
IHNJ = International History of Nursing Journal (Royal College of Nursing, UK).
INHH = International Network for the History of Hospital
OHS = Ontario Historical Society
OGS = Ontario Genealogical Society
RCN = Royal College of Nursing, United Kingdom
RNABC = Registered Nurses' Association of British Columbia
RNAO = Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario
STTI = Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
UK = United Kingdom


++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


PUBLICATIONS:

Bulletin - American Association for the History of Nursing.
Canadian Bulletin of Medical History - Journal of the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine.
CCWH Newsletter - Canadian Committee on Women's History.
The Chronicle - Center for the Study of the History of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania
History of Nursing News - History of Nursing Professional Practice Group, RNABC.
OHS Bulletin - The Ontario Historical Society.
Newsletter (AMS) - Published by the Associated Medical Services, Inc., Toronto
Newsletter (CAHN/ACHN) - Journal of the Canadian Association for the History of Nursing/Association canadienne pour l'histoire du nursing.
Newsletter (INHH) - International Network for the History of Hospitals
Registered Nurse Journal - Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario
Windows in Time - The Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry, University of Virginia


***************************************
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++


CLOSING QUOTATION: In 1902, Ella Thorne, Toronto General Hospital'94 wrote about her experience in Mapimi, Durango Mapimi, Mexico to Mary Agnes Snively, Superintendent of Nurses at the Toronto General Hospital. She commented on the beauty of the flowers: "The flowers are in bloom now, and when the arsenic smoke from the smelters does not destroy them they are very beautiful." (Lavinia Dock,"Foreign Department," AJN 3 (January 1903): 320).


+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
***************************************



 

© 2000, The Margaret M Allemang Centre for the History of Nursing