Nursing History Review, an annual peer-reviewed publication of the American Association for the History of Nursing, is a showcase for the most significant current research on nursing history. Regular sections include scholarly articles, over a dozen book reviews of the best publications on nursing and health care history that have appeared in the past year, and a section abstracting new doctoral dissertations on nursing history. Historians, researchers, and individuals fascinated with the rich field of nursing will find this an important resource.
Highlights from Volume 13:
- Revisiting the Johns Report (1925) on African American Nurses, Judith Young
- Nursing Education Moves into the University: The Story of the Hadassah School of Nursing in Jerusalem, 1918-1985, Nina Bartal and Judith Steiner-Freud
- American Nurse-Midwifery: A Hyphenated Profession with a Conflicted Identity, Katy Dawley
- Critical Issues in the Use of Biographic Methods in Nursing History, Sonya J Grypma
- Dead or Alive: HIPAA's Impact on Nursing Historical Research, Brigid Lusk and Susan Sacharski