Editor: Natalie Riegler, RN, PhD. 3 Dromore
Crescent, Willowdale, Ontario, M2R 2H4.
ANOTHER BOOK LIST FROM JOHN RUSH IS ENCLOSED. ENJOY.
Nursing History Resource Centre. Established in 1992 through the support of the Nurses Association of New Brunswick. This centre houses artifacts, memorabilia and records of New Brunswick nurses. CONTACT: Arlee Hoyt McGee, Nurse/Archivist, 165 Regent St., Fredericton, New Brunswick, E3B 3W5. TEL: 506/458-8731. FAX: 506/459-2838.
Peterborough Civic Hospital. The public will have access soon to the historical records and artifacts of both the Peterborough Civic and its predecessor, the Nicholls Hospital. A permanent place has been renovated with suitable environmental conditions and security. ("What's New," Hospital News (Ontario), 7 (April 1994): 9).
Baillargeon, Denyse. "Les infirmières de la Métropolitaine au service des Montréalaises." Les Bâtisseuses de la Cité (Actes du Colloque Les Bâtisseuses de la Cité dans le cadre de la Section d'études féministes du congrès de l'Acfas 1992) Évelyne Tardy, Francine Descarries, Lorraine Archambault, Lyne Kurtzman et Lucie Piché, Montréal, 1993. (Bulletin du CCHF (Printemps 1994): 8).
Blewett, Dr. Neal. "Royal College of Nursing Australia First National Nursing History Conference Melbourne, May 1993." [Opening Address]." History of Nursing Society Journal (Royal College of Nursing (RCN)) 4 (1992/93): 288-294.
Bullough, Vern L. "The Uses of History A Canadian Case Study." Journal of Professional Nursing 10, no. 1 (January-February 1994): 3. [courtesy of Moira Lynch.]
Bullough, Vern L. "Men, Women, and Nursing History." Journal of Professional Nursing 10, no. 3 (May-June 1994): 127. [courtesy of Moira Lynch.]
Calliste, Agnes. "Women of `Exceptional Merit': Immigration of Caribbean Nurses to Canada." Canadian Journal of Women and the Law 6, no. 1 (1993): 85-102.
Cantrell, G. L. "West of England Eye Infirmary, Exeter, 1808-1992." Part I. History of Nursing Society Journal (RCN) 4 (1992/93): 310-318.
Cantrell, G. L. "West of England Eye Infirmary, Exeter, 1808-1992. Part II: Ophthalmic Nursing Training." History of Nursing Society Journal (RCN) 5 (1994/95): 19-29.
Church, Olga Maranjian. "In Search of Nursing's History." Western Journal of Nursing Research 16 (February 1994): 108-112.
Cramer, Susan. "A Fifty-Year Legacy: The Cadet Nurse Corps Revisited." Windows in Time (Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry) 1, no. 2 (April 1994): 5-8.
Gibb, Pat. "District Nursing in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland: 1890-1940." History of Nursing Society Journal (RCN) 4 (1992/93): 319-329.
Hamilton, Diane. "The Idea of History and the History of Ideas." Image 25 (Spring 1993): [ed.-Hamilton received a "Best of Image Award" from Sigma Theta Tau for this article. (Bulletin (American Association for the History of Nursing (AAHN)), 41 (Winter 1994): 7].
Helmstadter, Carol. "The First Training Institution for Nurses: St. John's House and 19th Century Nursing Reform Part I: The Origins of St. John's House and its New Central Nursing System." History of Nursing Society Journal (RCN) 4 (1992/93): 295-309.
Helmstadter, Carol. "The First Training Institution for Nurses: St. John's House and 19th Century Nursing Reform Part II: The Impact of St. John's House and the New Central Nursing System." History of Nursing Society Journal (RCN) 5 (1994/95): 3-18.
Hutchinson, Catherine. "The Nurse as Heroine: Edith Cavell." History of Nursing Society Journal (RCN) 5 (1994/95): 30-42.
"In Memoriam: Margaret Street 1907-1993." Newsletter (BC History of Nursing Professional Practice Group), (December 1993): 5-6.
"The Journals of Helen Anne English, Field Matron on the Little Pine Reserve, 1913-1917." Saskatchewan History 45 (Fall 1993): 37-42.
MacMillan, Kathleen. "Brilliant Mind gave Florence her Edge." Portrait of Leadership Series. Registered Nurse (Registered Nurses Association of Ontario (RNAO)) 6, no. 2 (April/May 1994): 29-31.
Richardson, Sharon. "A Post-Doctoral Experience: CAUSN, Nursing Education, and Nursing Practice." The Chronicle (Center for the Study of the History of Nursing) 6, no. 2 (Spring 1994): 1, 6.
Riegler, Natalie N. "Vignettes of Jean I. Gunn, Superintendent of Nurses Toronto General Hospital 1913-1941: Supports and Blockers." Part 1, The Quarterly (Alumnae Association, School of Nursing, Toronto General Hospital (TGH)) (Autumn 1993): 4-7.
Riegler, Natalie N. "Vignettes of Jean I. Gunn, Superintendent of Nurses Toronto General Hospital 1913-1941: Supports and Blockers." Part 2, The Quarterly (Alumnae Association, School of Nursing, TGH) (Spring 1994): 4-6.
Riegler, Natalie. "Jean I. Gunn: A Leader Among Leaders (1882-1941)." Portrait of Leadership Series. Registered Nurse (RNAO) 6, no. 3 (June 1994): 32-34.
Shore, Helen L. "Emily Susan Patterson: Vancouver's First Nurse." British Columbia Historical News 26 (Summer 1993): 20-21.
Vogel, Betty. "Nurse Brigid of East Vancouver." B.C. Historical News 26 (Winter 1992): 32. (CCWH Newsletter (Canadian Committee on Women's History (CCWH)) (Fall 1993): 15).
White, Jerry. "Changing Labour Process and the Nursing Crisis in Canadian Hospitals. Studies in Political Economy 40 (Spring 1993): 103-134.
Wonnacott, Elizabeth. "Exposing Myths about Part-Time Nurses: Pressures to Perform Compare to Full-Time." Registered Nurse (RNAO) 6, no. 1 (February-March 1994): 27-29.
Class of 1987, School of Nursing, Winnipeg Health Sciences Centre. Excerpts from the Early Years. Winnipeg: [Alumnae Association, School of Nursing Winnipeg General Hospital and the Health Sciences Centre], c1987. [photographs].
Dodd, Dianne, and Deborah Gorham, eds. Caring and Curing: Historical Perspectives on Women and Healing in Canada. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1994. ISBN 0-7766-0387-6.
Daunton, Claire, ed. Edith Cavell: Her Life and Her Art/Sa Vie et Son Art. London: The Royal London Hospital, 1990. [courtesy of Dr. Shirley Stinson. ed.-this book has both English and French text and is as lovely as Shirley has said. It would make a lovely gift for someone or yourself].
Greenland, Cyril, and John Robert Columbo. The City and the Asylum. Commemorating the Bi-Centennial of the City of Toronto, 1793-1993. Toronto: The Museum of Mental Health Services, 1993.
Johns, Ethel, and Beatrice Fines. The Winnipeg General Hospital and Health Sciences Centre School of Nursing 1887-1987. Centennial Edition. Winnipeg: Alumnae Association Winnipeg General Hospital and Health Science Centre School of Nursing, 1988.
Keele, Mary, ed. Florence Nightingale in Rome: Letter Written by Florence Nightingale in Rome in the Winter of 1847-1848. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Association, 1981. (Newsletter (BC History of Nursing Professional Practice Group), (December 1993): 6.)
MacMillan, Kathleen, and Judith Young. A Guide to Nursing Historical Materials in Ontario. Toronto: Ontario Society for the History of Nursing, 1994.
Russel, R. Lynette. From Nightingale to Now: Nurse Education in Australia. Australia: W. B. Saunders, 1990. [courtesy Dr. Shirley Stinson].
Splane, Richard B., and Verna Huffman Splane. Chief Nursing Officer Positions in National Ministries of Health: Focal Points for Nursing Leadership. San Francisco: University of California, 1994. ISBN # 0-943671-09-2.
Zilm, Glennis, and Ethel Warbinek. Legacy: History of Nursing Education at the University of British Columbia 1919-1994. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1994.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS:
1994, Oct 15. American Association for the History of Medicine. Annual meeting is 11-14 May 1995 in Pittsburgh, PA. CONTACT: Dr. Mary Lindemann, History Department, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 15213. (Bulletin (AAHN), 43 (Summer 1994): 11).
1995, Jan 15. Canadian Association for the History of Nursing/Association Canadienne pour l'Histoire du Nursing. Annual conference to be held 23-25 June 1995 in Toronto. CONTACT: Joyce MacQueen, Chair of Programme Committee, RR #2, Site 36, Box 19, Sudbury, Ontario, P3E 4M9.
1995, Feb 1. "Health Care and Culture." The Second International and Interdisciplinary Health Research Symposium. To be held 15-17 June 1995, in Morgantown, West Virginia. Conference emphasizes a "cross-cultural perspective in health care." CONTACT: Janet F. Wang, RN, PhD, Chair, Steering Committee, School of Nursing, West Virginia University, P.O. Box 9610, Morgantown, WV 26506, TEL: 304/293-2331. FAX: 304/293-6826. (Bulletin (AAHN), no. 42 (Spring 1994): 7).
Hilda Neatby Prize in Women's History. Awarded annually by the CCWH. It honours, by nomination, "an original and scholarly contribution to the field of women's history." CONTACT: Dr. Ann Leger-Anderson, Newsletter Editor, CCWH, Department of History, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4S 0A2. TEL: 306/585-4217. FAX: 306/585-4780.
Lavinia L. Dock Award. Awarded annually by the AAHN to an experienced scholar who has done some outstanding research and writing in nursing history. CONTACT: Karen Buhler-Wilkerson, RN, PhD, FAAN, Chair, Awards Committee, AAHN, Center for the Study of the History of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, 307 Nursing Education Building, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6096. TEL: 215/898-4725. (Bulletin (AAHN), no. 40 (Fall 1993): 8.)
Teresa E. Christy Award. If you are not eligible for the Neatby or Dock awards, how about this one. Awarded annually by the AAHN for "excellence of historical research and writing" done while a student sometime during the past three years. CONTACT: Karen Buhler-Wilkerson, RN, PhD, FAAN, Chair, Awards Committee, AAHN, Center for the Study of the History of Nursing, University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing, 307 Nursing Education Building, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6096. TEL: 215/898-4725. (Bulletin (AAHN), no. 40 (Fall 1993): 9.)
Sept 23-25. Eleventh Annual Conference of AAHN and the University of Illinois School of Nursing, Chicago, Illinois. CONTACT: Susan Dudas, Associate Professor, TEL: 312/996-2188 or Mary Whalen, Curator, Midwest Nursing History Resource Center, College of Nursing, University of Illinois at Chicago, 845 S. Damen Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60612. TEL: 312/996-7829.
Apr 30-May 2. "Nursing's Caring Heritage: Pathway to the Future." The 17th Annual International Association for Human Caring Research Conference. CONTACT: Anne Dakes, Center for Continuing Nursing Education and Professional Development, University of Virginia, Box 147, McKim Hall, Charlottesville, Virginia 22908. TEL: 804/982-1685. FAX: 804/924-2451.
May 11-14 American Association for the History of Medicine. Annual meeting in Pittsburgh, PA. CONTACT: Dr. Mary Lindemann, History Department, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 15213. (Bulletin (AAHN), 43 (Summer 1994): 11).
Jun 15-17. "Health Care and Culture." The Second International and Interdisciplinary Health Research Symposium. To be held in Morgantown, West Virginia. Conference emphasizes a "cross-cultural perspective in health care." CONTACT: Janet F. Wang, RN, PhD, Chair, Steering Committee, School of Nursing, West Virginia University, P.O. Box 9610, Morgantown, WV 26506, TEL: 304/293-2331. FAX: 304/293-6826. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 42 (Spring 1994): 7).
Jun 23-25 "Founders of Modern Nursing." Canadian Association for the History of Nursing/Association Canadienne pour l'Histoire du Nursing (CAHN/ACHN) Eighth Annual Conference. To be held in Toronto. CONTACT: Carol Helmstadter, Research Officer, Ontario Nurses' Association, 85 Grenville St., Suite 600, Toronto, Ont. M5S 3A2. TEL: 416/964-8833. FAX: 416/964-8864.
July 2-9. Mutiny and Medicine: An International Conference on the History of Medicine and Health, to be held at Norfolk Island, in the South Pacific Ocean. Sponsored by the Australian Society for the History of Medicine. CONTACT: Dr. John Thearle, Conference Secretariat, Australian Society for the History of Medicine, Department of Child Health, Mater Children's Hospital, South Brisbane, Queensland 4101, Australia. TEL: 61/07/840-8935. FAX: 61/07/844-9069. [courtesy Dr. Shirley Stinson].
Aug 27-Sep 3. International Federation for Research in Women's History Conference: "Women, Colonialisms, Imperialisms and Nationalisms Through the Ages." To be held in conjunction with the 18th International Congress of Historical Sciences, in Montreal. CONTACT: Andrée Lévesque, Liaison Person, International Groups, Canadian Committee on Women's History (CCWH), Department of History, McGill University, Montreal, PQ, H2V 4B4. (CCWH Newsletter (Fall, 1993): 3).
Fall. Twelfth Annual Conference of AAHN. Co-sponsored with University of Arkansas School of Nursing, Little Rock.
June. CAHN/ACHN Annual Conference in Halifax.
Fall. Thirteenth Annual Conference of AAHN. Co-sponsored with the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
June International Council of Nurses Quadrennial Congress to be held in Vancouver. (Newsletter (CAHN/ACHN) 6, no. 1 (Fall 1993): ).
June. CAHN/ACHN Annual Conference in Vancouver.
Fall Fourteenth Annual Conference of AAHN.
June 10th CAHN/ACHN Annual Conference and Meeting in Toronto.
"And We Knew How to Dance." A production by the National Film Board and presented on CBC's Witness series, 27 December 1993. It includes WWI nurses. ("Bawden's Best." Starweek (Toronto Star) 24 December 1993, 10.)
"A Sense of War." A radio-documentary by Doug MacDonald for "Ideas." Broadcast by CBC Radio Network on 6 June 1994 in recognition of the 50th anniversary of D-Day. This is the third series MacDonald has written and produced about Canadian military nurses. Content includes oral interviews with nursing sisters and others who served in medical units during World War II. A transcript is available from the CBC.
"Florence, The Lady with the Lamp" to be presented by Opera in Concert. Music by Timothy Sullivan, libretto by Anne McPherson. To be presented 4-5 March 1995 at St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts. CONTACT: Box Office 416/366-7723 or in person at 27 Front Street East, Toronto.
Archives Association Advisory Service. Archives: What to do When the Filing Cabinet is Full. Manitoba: Association for Manitoba Archives, n.d. 10pp. [obtained 1994].
Brown, Janie. "How will our Stories be Preserved?" Bulletin (AAHN) no. 42 (Spring 1994): 1-2.
Canadian Oral History Association (COHA). Guide to Oral History Collections in Canada/Guide des fonds d'histoire orale au Canada, 1994. The guide contains 1,816 fonds/collections held in 354 repositories. CONTACT: Carolyn Vachon, COHA Secretary. TEL: 613/996-6996. FAX: 613/995-6575. WRITE: COHA, P.O. Box 2064, Station D, Ottawa, Ontario, K1P 5W3. (Off the Record (Archives Association of Ontario) 11, no. 2 (March-May): 15).
Davies, Barbara, and Jo Logan. Reading Research: A User-Friendly Guide for Nurses and Other Health Professionals. Ottawa: Canadian Nurses Association, c1994. [Insert in Nursing Research Interest Group (RNAO) 8, no. 2 (March 1994].
Graves, Judith Rae. "Data Versus Information." Reflections (Sigma Theta Tau (STT)) 19 (Spring 1993): 4-5. [courtesy Dr. Shirley Stinson].
Hall, Lesley A. "Archival Research for Beginners." History of Nursing Society Journal (RCN) 5 (1994/95): 46-50.
Larade, Sharon P., and Johanne M. Pelletier. "Mediating in a Neutral Environment: Gender-Inclusive or Neutral Language in Archival Description." Archivaria 35 (Spring 1994): 99-109.
Schneider, Debra. "Internet: Linking Nurses, Scholars, Libraries." Reflections (STT), 19 (Spring 1993): 9. [courtesy of Dr. Shirley Stinson].
Selby-Harrington, Maija, Patricia L. Donat, and Heddy D. Hibbard. "Guidance for Managing a Research Grant." Nursing Research Interest Group (RNAO) 8, no. 2 (March 1994): 1-2, 6, 8.
Susan Brace, RN, PhD, a clinical psychologist is writing psychobiographies and is seeking information on the life and work of Mary Ann Bickerdyke, Civil War nurse. CONTACT: TEL: 310/208-0280. WRITE: 1100 Glendon Ave., Ste. 1444, Los Angeles, CA. 90024. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 42 (Spring 1994): 7).
Canadian Committee on Women's History. Interested in communicating with members by E-mail? Then contact Ruth Frager, History Department, McMaster University, Hamilton. Her INTERNET e-mail address is FRAGER@McMaster.CA. (CCWH Newsletter (Fall 1993): 12).
Virginia Henderson International Nursing Library is now an electronic library. It houses a database about nurse researchers and nursing research and a Table of Contents of Image and other Sigma Theta Tau monographs. CONTACT: STT International Headquarters, 550 West North Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202. Att: Library/On-Line. (Nursing Research Interest Group (RNAO) 8, no. 2 (March 1994): 7).
Barbara Merkens and Associates will assist health professionals with planning research, evaluation of projects and writing proposals. CONTACT: 180 Three Valleys Drive, Don Mills, Ontario, M3A 3L8. TEL: 416/445-2653. FAX: 416/445-1109. (Nursing Research Interest Group (RNAO) 8, no. 2 (March 1994): 7).
Nursing Archives Associates, Mugar Memorial Library, Boston University. In September 1992, the Associates were seeking past issues of certain nursing journals. They were looking for 1) the Proceedings of the American Society of Superintendents of Training Schools for Nurses: Eighth Annual Convention, September 16, 1901, Buffalo, New York; 2) Trained Nurse and Hospital Review: all issues for 1888, 1891, 1893, 1898, 1899, 1902-1917, 1927-1933; 3) Nursing World (successor to the Trained Nurse): Feb.-Apr. 1951, June 1952, Feb./May/June/Oct./Dec. 1953, Jan./Feb. 1954, July 1955, July/Sept./Oct. 1956, Jan./May 1957, all issues 1958, Feb./Sept.-Dec. 1960; and the American Journal of Nursing March 1927. CONTACT: Helen Sherwin, Nursing Archivist at the Mugar Memorial Library, TEL: 617/353-3696.
A reminder. Because I would be concerned if such treasures left Canada, before you offer them to our colleagues at Boston, please check with the nursing history people in your province or the CNA librarian at the Helen Mussallem Library in Ottawa. They may need them as well as Boston.
Helen Shore of the BC History of Nursing Group is looking for individual names and addresses of people who can be contacted regarding BC nursing alumnae groups. By working with alumnae to catalogue nursing materials and find safe repositories for the items, the history group seeks to ensure that valuable nursing history is not lost. CONTACT: Glennis Zilm, editor of the BC newsletter. (Newsletter (BC History of Nursing Professional Practice Group), (December 1993): 4.)
Sheila Zerr is doing an historical study of nursing duties and experiences in the northern-most part of the provinces, the Yukon and Northwest Territories. She would like to hear from anyone who has documents or materials which might be of help. Sheila can be reached at 5333 Upland Drive, Delta, BC V4M 2G3. (Canadian Nurse 90 (February 1994): 56).
PAPERS PRESENTED OR TO BE PRESENTED:
BC History of Nursing Professional Practice Group:
Keddy, Barbara. "Correcting the Bias: Avoiding Romantic Notions in Nursing History." At the February 12, 1994 meeting. (Newsletter (BC History of Nursing Professional Practice Group), (December 1993): 1.)
Canadian Association for the History of Nursing/Association Canadienne pour l'Histoire du Nursing:
At the seventh annual conference held in Winnipeg, Manitoba 17-19 June 1994:
Beaton, Janet, and Ina Bramadat. "Missionary Nurses in China: Impact on Chinese and Canadian Women."
Care, Dean, David Gregory, John English, and Peri Venkatesh. "The Resistance to Men in Nursing: A Canadian Historical Perspective."
Connelly, Marilyn. "The Old International Association: A World-Wide Network: It's Impact on Canadian Nursing."
Crowder, Eleanor. "And Pray, How shall it be Taught: Teaching Nursing History." [Hannah Lecture].
Currie, Margaret. "Fever Nursing: A Neglected Branch of Nursing History."
Helmstadter, Carol. "Historiography of Nursing: Four Case Histories from the Nightingale Literature."
Kerr, Janet Ross, and Pauline Paul. "The Role of Women in Health Care Reform: The Case of District Nurses in Alberta Following WWI."
McGee, Arlee, and Anne-Marie Arsenault. "Nursing Historiography and Its Relevance to Nursing Education in New Brunswick."
McKeever, Patricia. "Maternal Responsibility for the Care of Severely Disabled Children: An Historical Overview."
Patai. Francis. "Humanitarian Work as Anti-Fascist Political Action: U.S. Volunteer Nurses in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939."
Richardson, Sharon. "From Faculty to Dean's Forum: The 1967 Transformation of the Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing."
Riegler, Natalie. "Jean I. Gunn, Superintendent of Nurses, Toronto General Hospital, 1913-1941: Always a Leader."
Stuart, Meryn. "Doing the Work of History: A Response to Helmstadter's `Historiography of Nursing: Four Case Histories'."
Widerquist, JoAnn. "Florence Nightingale and Edwin Chadwick: Nurse and Sanitary Reformer."
Zerr, Sheila, Meryn Stuart, and Penny Ericson. "Teaching Nursing History." A Panel Presentation.
Zerr, Sheila. "History of Nursing Outreach: The British Columbia History Group's Teaching Project."
Zilm, Glennis, and Ethel Warbinek. "Leadership Networks: Six Directors, School of Nursing, University of British Columbia, 1919-1994.
Canadian Association of University Schools, Western Region:
Zerr, Sheila. "Viewing the Present in Light of the Past." In Saskatoon, February 1994. (Newsletter. (BC History of Nursing Professional Practice Group) 5, no. 1 (March 1994: 3.)
Canadian Historical Association:
McPherson, Kathryn. "`The Country is a Stern Nurse': Rural Women, Urban Hospitals and the Creation of a Western Canadian Nursing Workforce, 1920-1940." At the annual meeting in Calgary, 11-14 June 1994.
Canadian Society for the History of Medicine:
In Ottawa, at the Learned Societies Conference in 1993. (Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 10 (1993): 307-308.)
Helmstadter, Carol. "Changing the Organizational Culture: Nursing Reform in the Nineteenth-century Teaching Hospital."
Robinson, Virginia. "Nurses in Primary Health Care: A Survey of Nurses in Third and Fourth World Environments."
In Calgary, June 1994.
Richardson, Sharon. "The Historical Relationship of Accreditation of Education for Entry to Nursing Practice and Public Policy in Canada."
Richardson, Sharon. "From Faculty to Dean's Forum: The Transformation of the Canadian Association of University Schools of Nursing."
Stuart, Meryn. "International Council of Nurses' Centennial History Project: The Interwar Years, 1923-1937."
Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry (University of Virginia):
Presented at the history forums or elsewhere. (Windows in Time (Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry, University of Virginia School of Nursing) 1, no. 2 (April 1994): 2-4).
Abrams, Sarah. "The Rockefeller Foundation: Millions for Medical Education, Pennies for Nursing." Presented 23 February 1994 at the history forum.
Bell, Peggie. "Birthing against the Odds: The Efforts of Black Nurse Midwives of the 1940's in the Rural South." Presented on 30 March 1994 at the history forum.
Brodie, Barbara. "Nurses at America's Gate: Ellis Island Hospitals, 1900-1914." Presented in July 1993 at the University of Nottingham's conference on Women's History and the Politics of Welfare.
Brodie, Barbara. "Against the Slaughter of Preventable Disease: The Rise of Public Health in Virginia 1900-1960." Presented in October 1993 to the Virginia Department of Public Health Nursing.
Brodie, Barbara. "Save the Babies and Mothers: A Nursing Mission." Presented March 1994 to the Virginia Association of Women's Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses in Williamsburg.
Cargile, Sarah. "The Making of a Radical: Nurse Margaret Sanger." Presented on 26 January 1994 at the history forum.
Keeling, Arlene. "Women and Caring: Nursing Activities of Southern Women During the American Civil War (1861-1865)". Presented July 1993 at the University of Nottingham's conference on Women's History and the Politics of Welfare.
Lynaugh, Joan. "No Simple Answer: American Nursing since 1948." Presented 21 April 1994 as the first Agnes D. Randolph lecture, Center for Nursing Inquiry, University of Virginia. Bulletin (AAHN), no. 42 (Spring 1994): 6).
Rinker, Sylvia. "Overcoming `Rightful Delicacy' to Care for the Troops: Nursing in the Confederacy." Presented in October 1993 to the Lynchburg Civil War Roundtable and to the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Rinker, Sylvia. "Gentle Care, Tender Sympathy, Ferment, and Turmoil: The Evolution of the Obstetric Nurse." Presented 22 October 1993 to the Lynchburg College Honor Society.
First International Conference on Community Health Nursing Research:
In Edmonton, 26-29 September 1993. [courtesy of Dr. Shirley Stinson].
Burgess, W. "Fresh Air Tents: A Comprehensive Baby Health and Welfare Program."
Cradduck, G. "A Primary Health Care Model of Public Health Nursing."
Erlövl, Petersson K. "Nurses' Changing Perspectives in Primary Health Care 1900-1990."
van Maanen, H. "Community Nursing: APHC/HFA Model for Practice."
Varjoranta, P. A., and K. Vehviläinen-Julkunen. "Public Health Nurses' Home Visits as a Part of the Child health Care in Finland between the Years 1944 and 1972: From the Extermination of Vermin to the Care of Premature Babies."
Wall, B. M. "Courage to Care: Nursing During a Wartime Epidemic."
International Congress on the History of Medicine:
Tallberg, Marianne. "European Public Health Nursing in the 1920s: Ties." In Glasgow, 4-8 September 1994.
International Symposium on Quality of Nursing Worklife:
Kirkwood, Lynn. "Resistance and Reluctance: Graduate Nurses Shift from Private Duty to Hospital Staff Nursing, 1930-1939." In Hamilton, Ontario, 23-25 March 1994.
Kirkwood, Lynn. Review of Nursing History Review, Volume 2, 1994, by the American Association for the History of Nursing. Newsletter (CAHN/ACHN) 6, no. 2 (Spring 1994): .
SEARCH AND RESCUE:
Dougherty, Florence. "Church Gains Heritage Status." Newsletter (BC History of Nursing Professional Practice Group) 5, no. 1 (March 1994): 2-3. The church which became famous to most of us through the note cards depicting the stained glass window of the WWI Nursing Sister received a 1994 Heritage award from Vancouver in recognition of its windows. Florence Dougherty represented the Nursing Sisters at the reception on February 21, 1994. In 1928, the nurses raised $350 to install the original window; in 1989, the Nursing Sisters gave the church $6,728 for restoration costs. Since then, through the sale of the note cards, an additional $5,400 has been raised and presented to the Canadian Nurses Foundation for scholarships.
Shore, Helen. "Shaughnessy Closures Threat to Lennie Sculptures." Newsletter (BC History of Nursing Professional Practice Group), (December 1993): 7. The Beatrice Lennie stone sculptures framing the Shaughnessy Hospital's entrance are endangered. One of these depicts a Nursing Sister encouraging a wounded soldier. With the closing of this hospital, local groups have asked that the art work be preserved. Helen Shore warns that "vigilance and prompt, concerted action" may be necessary.
Zilm, Glennis. "Another Window Memorial." Newsletter (BC History of Nursing Professional Practice Group), 5, no. 1 (March 1994): 9. In 1995, a window depicting Florence Nightingale, a WWI nurse and a modern nurse will be moved from the Memorial Pavilion at the Royal Jubilee Hospital to the New Tillicum Lodge, a 225-bed, multi-level care facility in Saanich, BC. Glennis has incorporated a slide of this window into her "display book on B.C. monuments to nurses."
Zerr, Sheila. In BC, Sheila has developed a course perspective for a history of nursing course for distance education.
Johnson, Joy Louise. "Toward a Clearer Understanding of the Art of Nursing." Ph.D. diss., University of Alberta, 1993. [courtesy of Dr. Shirley Stinson].
Paul, Pauline. "A History of the Edmonton General Hospital: 1895-1970, `be faithful to the duties of your calling.'" Ph.D. diss., University of Alberta, 1994.
'Twas time to make the patient's bed
I nearly caused a riot,
For there were many crumbs of bread,
And he was on a liquid diet.
M. H. Florine, Songs of a Nurse (1917), 49.
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