Talking History 2021
A Series of Monthly Webinars on the History of Nursing.
Join us for new, original research in the history of nursing. Nursing CEs will be given.
Free for members – While free to members, donations to defray the cost of the webinar are welcome.
|Melissa Sherrod||Meddlesome Midwifery: Institutional Racism as a Factor in Unnecessary Cesarean Deliveries|
|Eileen J.B. Thrower||“With no Words to Get Me Out”: Elizabeth Sharp and the Development of Nurse-Midwifery in Georgia|
|Charlotte Swint||Margaret Charles Smith Midwife from Eutaw, Greene County, Alabama|
March 19, 2021 11am-1pm EST
Moderator: Dominique Tobbell
|Carole Bennett||Negotiating the landscape of racism History in the making|
|April Matthias||Untangling Typhoid: Comparing Early 20th Century Instruction for Quality, Evidence-Based Nursing Care|
|Janet Engstrom||Physical, Intellectual, and Moral Courage: The Pioneering Work of Mary Bristow Willeford|
|Hrag David Yacoubian||From Witnessing a genocide to establishing American style nursing education and hospitals: U.S. nurses in the near east 1915-1923|
*Note there is a fee for these panels if you are not a AAHN Member.