Nursing History Review, Volume 9, 2001

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Nursing History Review, Volume 9, 2001

SKU# 9780826113771

Official Journal of the American Association for the History of Nursing


  • Joan E. Lynaugh RN, PhD, FAAN
  • Diane Hamilton

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"Long neglected, the history of nursing has recently become the focus of a considerable amount of attention. Over the past decade, developments in the history of medicine, the history of women ó particularly of women's work ó and nursing itself have resulted in a new recognition of the importance of the subject. As the official journal of the American Association for the History of Nursing, Nursing History Review enables those interested in nursing and health care history to trace new and developing work in the field. The Review publishes significant scholarly work in all aspects of nursing history as well as reviews of recent books and updates on national and international activities in health care history."

Under the distinguished editorship of Joan Lynaugh, with the Editorial Review Board including such noted nurses as Ellen Baer, Susan Baird, Olga Maranjian Church, Donna Diers, Marilyn Flood, Beatrice Kalisch, The Review provides historical articles, historiographic essays, discourse on the work of history, and multiple book reviews in each annual issue. Articles appearing in The Review are indexed/abstracted in CINAHL, Current Contents, Social Science Citation Index, Research Alert, RNdex, Index Medicus, MEDLINE, Historical Abstracts, and America: History and Life.

Product Details 

  • Publication Date September 15, 2000
  • Page Count 240
  • Product Form Paperback / softback
  • ISBN 13 9780826113771
  • EISBN 9780826115560

Table of Contents 

    Editorial, Joan E. Lynaugh
  1. Articles: “The Steel Cocoon”: Tales of the Nurses and Patients of the Iron Lung”, Lynne M. Dunphy
  2. “Barren of Results?”: The Tuberculosis Nurses’ Debate, 1908-1914, Jessica M. Robbins
  3. Blood Work: Canadian Nursing and Blood Transfusion, 1942-1990, Cynthia Toman
  4. Care of the Maternal Breast: Techniques and Nurses’ Roles, 1900-1948, Jane Farrell-Beck
  5. Ideology and Self-Interest: Nursing, Medicine and the Elimination of the Traditional Midwife, Katherine Dawley
  6. From the Private to the Public Sphere: The First Generation of Lady Nurses in England, Carol Helmstadter
  7. From the Lower East Side to the Upper Galilee: The Pioneering Experiences of Sara Bodek Paltiel, 1932-1993, Peri Rosenfeld
  8. Florence Henderson: The Art of Open Drop Ether, Nancy A. Harris
  10. Nurses Residences: Using the Built Environment As Evidence, Diane Dodd
  11. Passing On More Than a Blank Disc, Hermi Hewitt and M. Patricia Donahue