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Title Routledge handbook on the global history of nursing [electronic resource] / edited by Patricia D'Antonio, Julie A. Fairman and Jean C. Whelan.
Alternative Title Global history of nursing
Publication Info London : Routledge, 2013.



Descript x, 265 pages : illustrations (black and white)
Contents Section 1: New Directions in the Global History of Nursing 1. 19 th - early 20 th Century Colonialism Winifred C. Connerton 2. Wartime Nursing and Power Kara Dixon Vuic Section 2: New Methodological Approaches in the History of Nursing 3. Nurses and Nursing in Literary and Cultural Studies Thomas Lawrence Long 4. Commemorating Canadian Nurse Casualties During and After the First World War: Nurses' Perspective Dianne Dodd 5. Searching for Connectivity: Using Historical Methods and Social Network Analysis to Uncover New Discoveries in Community Organizing J. Margo Brooks Carthon and Katherine Abbott Section 3: The Politics of Nursing Knowledge 6. "Intelligent interest in their own affairs": The First World War, The British Journal of Nursing and the Pursuit of Nursing Knowledge Christine E. Hallett 7. Engendering Health: Pronatalist Politics and the History of Nursing and Midwifery in Colonial Senegal, 1914-1967 Jonathan Cole 8. Windsor's Metropolitan Demonstration School and the Reform of Nursing Education in Canada, 1944-1970 Steven Palmer 9. Conflicting Christian and Scientific Nursing Concepts in West Germany, 1945-1970 Susanne Kreutzer Section 4: Nursing and the "Practice Turn" 10. Protestant Nursing Care in Germany in the 19th Century - Concepts and Social Practice Karen Nolte 11. Agentes de Enlace : Nursing Professionalization and Public Health in 1940s and 1950s Argentina Jonathan Hagood 12. A Mission to Nurse: The Mission Hospital's Role in the Development of Nursing in South Africa c. 1948-1975 Helen Sweet 13. Nursing and the "Hearts and Minds" Campaign: The Malayan Emergency, 1948-1958 Rosemary Wall and Anne Marie Rafferty 14. Community Mental Health post-1950: Reconsidering Nurses' and Consumers' Identity Geertje Boschma
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ISBN 9781135049751 (e-book)
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Series Routledge handbooks
Routledge handbooks.
Subject Nursing -- History.
Alt author D'Antonio, Patricia, 1955-
Fairman, Julie.
Whelan, Jean C. (Jean Catherine)
Alternative Title Global history of nursing
Descript x, 265 pages : illustrations (black and white)
Contents Section 1: New Directions in the Global History of Nursing 1. 19 th - early 20 th Century Colonialism Winifred C. Connerton 2. Wartime Nursing and Power Kara Dixon Vuic Section 2: New Methodological Approaches in the History of Nursing 3. Nurses and Nursing in Literary and Cultural Studies Thomas Lawrence Long 4. Commemorating Canadian Nurse Casualties During and After the First World War: Nurses' Perspective Dianne Dodd 5. Searching for Connectivity: Using Historical Methods and Social Network Analysis to Uncover New Discoveries in Community Organizing J. Margo Brooks Carthon and Katherine Abbott Section 3: The Politics of Nursing Knowledge 6. "Intelligent interest in their own affairs": The First World War, The British Journal of Nursing and the Pursuit of Nursing Knowledge Christine E. Hallett 7. Engendering Health: Pronatalist Politics and the History of Nursing and Midwifery in Colonial Senegal, 1914-1967 Jonathan Cole 8. Windsor's Metropolitan Demonstration School and the Reform of Nursing Education in Canada, 1944-1970 Steven Palmer 9. Conflicting Christian and Scientific Nursing Concepts in West Germany, 1945-1970 Susanne Kreutzer Section 4: Nursing and the "Practice Turn" 10. Protestant Nursing Care in Germany in the 19th Century - Concepts and Social Practice Karen Nolte 11. Agentes de Enlace : Nursing Professionalization and Public Health in 1940s and 1950s Argentina Jonathan Hagood 12. A Mission to Nurse: The Mission Hospital's Role in the Development of Nursing in South Africa c. 1948-1975 Helen Sweet 13. Nursing and the "Hearts and Minds" Campaign: The Malayan Emergency, 1948-1958 Rosemary Wall and Anne Marie Rafferty 14. Community Mental Health post-1950: Reconsidering Nurses' and Consumers' Identity Geertje Boschma
Note 1 concurrent user. UkHlHU
ISBN 9781135049751 (e-book)
Series Routledge handbooks
Routledge handbooks.
Subject Nursing -- History.
Alt author D'Antonio, Patricia, 1955-
Fairman, Julie.
Whelan, Jean C. (Jean Catherine)
Alternative Title Global history of nursing

Subject Nursing -- History.
Descript x, 265 pages : illustrations (black and white)
Contents Section 1: New Directions in the Global History of Nursing 1. 19 th - early 20 th Century Colonialism Winifred C. Connerton 2. Wartime Nursing and Power Kara Dixon Vuic Section 2: New Methodological Approaches in the History of Nursing 3. Nurses and Nursing in Literary and Cultural Studies Thomas Lawrence Long 4. Commemorating Canadian Nurse Casualties During and After the First World War: Nurses' Perspective Dianne Dodd 5. Searching for Connectivity: Using Historical Methods and Social Network Analysis to Uncover New Discoveries in Community Organizing J. Margo Brooks Carthon and Katherine Abbott Section 3: The Politics of Nursing Knowledge 6. "Intelligent interest in their own affairs": The First World War, The British Journal of Nursing and the Pursuit of Nursing Knowledge Christine E. Hallett 7. Engendering Health: Pronatalist Politics and the History of Nursing and Midwifery in Colonial Senegal, 1914-1967 Jonathan Cole 8. Windsor's Metropolitan Demonstration School and the Reform of Nursing Education in Canada, 1944-1970 Steven Palmer 9. Conflicting Christian and Scientific Nursing Concepts in West Germany, 1945-1970 Susanne Kreutzer Section 4: Nursing and the "Practice Turn" 10. Protestant Nursing Care in Germany in the 19th Century - Concepts and Social Practice Karen Nolte 11. Agentes de Enlace : Nursing Professionalization and Public Health in 1940s and 1950s Argentina Jonathan Hagood 12. A Mission to Nurse: The Mission Hospital's Role in the Development of Nursing in South Africa c. 1948-1975 Helen Sweet 13. Nursing and the "Hearts and Minds" Campaign: The Malayan Emergency, 1948-1958 Rosemary Wall and Anne Marie Rafferty 14. Community Mental Health post-1950: Reconsidering Nurses' and Consumers' Identity Geertje Boschma
Note 1 concurrent user. UkHlHU
Alt author D'Antonio, Patricia, 1955-
Fairman, Julie.
Whelan, Jean C. (Jean Catherine)
ISBN 9781135049751 (e-book)

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