SEPTEMBER 24 - 27, 2009


Paper Presentations


Protecting and Healing the Physical Wound: Control of Wound Infection in the First World War Christine Hallett

“A Silent but Serious Struggle Against the Sisters”: Working-Class German Men in Nursing, 1903- 1934 Aeleah Soine, PhDc

The Ties that Bind: Tale of Urban Health Work in Philadelphia’s Black Belt, 1912-1922 J. Margo Brooks Carthon, PhD, RN, APN-BC

The Cow Question: Solving the TB Problem in Chicago, 1903-1920 Wendy Burgess, PhD, RN

“Pioneers In Preventative Health”: The Work of The Chicago Mts. Public Health Nurses Karen Egenes, RN, EdD

Building the Rural Public Health Infrastructure from the Nurses Up, 1918-1950 Jennifer Gunn, PhD

Mission and Market: Nuns, Nurses, and Unions in the Pacific West and Northwest, 1950-2000 Barbra Mann Wall, PhD

“Bethlehem’s Stable”: Seeking The Right Place For Birth at The Catholic Maternity Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1944-1969 Anne Z. Cockerham, PhD, CNM

Fantasy and Philanthropy: Sister Mary Ward Consultant Sister to Long Distance Boatmen and Their Families Pauline Brand PhD, MSc, BA, RN, RM, RHV

“When the City is a Great Field Hospital” New York City Nursing Emergency Council, Influenza Epidemic 1918- 1919 Arlene Keeling, PhD, RN

Taking Nursing Out of Sickness into Health Jeannine Uribe, PhD, RN

“The Best Return for Money”: School Nursing as an Early Focus for Virginia’s Bureau of Public Health Nursing Mary E. Gibson, PhD, RN

“We Had a Wonderful Education” Oral Histories of Bellevue and Mills Schools of Nursing and Hunter College Bellevue School of Nursing, 1967 Sandra B. Lewenson, EdD, RN, FAAN

From Diploma to Degree: A Case Study of the Transition of the Latter-Day Saints Hospital School of Nursing to a Collegiate Program at Brigham Young University in 1952 Elaine S. Marshall, PhD, RN

Acceleration of Nursing Education Programs: An Exploration of Obligation Dualism and Capitalism Frances Ward, PhD, RN, CRNP

Clara Barton’s 1898 Battles in Cuba: A Reexamination of Her Nursing Contributions Christine Ardalan, MA

Chronicles of a Southern Civil War Nurse: Phoebe Yates Pember, 1861-1865 Barbara Maling, RN, MA, MSN, ACNP

Leaving Home: Patriarchy, Nursing Education, and Nurse Veterans’ Use of the G.I. Bill Nancy C. Barnum, PhD, RNC

The Baltimore Lutheran Deaconess Motherhouse: Defining a German or American Mode in 1895 Liza M. Zerull, PhDc, RN, FCN

“She Cannot be Confined to Her Region”: Nursing and Nurses Across Borders Karen Flynn, PhD

Glimpses of Excellence: Contributions of African American Nurses in the Deep South in the 19th Century Linda E. Sabin


Poster Presentations


Sister Marie S. Anderson, Deaconess and Anesthetist Sharon L. Hadenfeldt, PhDd, CRNA

Continuous Change: Historical Analysis of a Theory-Based Baccalaureate Nursing Curriculum Maryellen McBride, PhD(c), ARNP, CC

Florence Nightingale and Harley Street. First Employment, Lasting Impact Louise C. Selanders, EdD, RN, FAAN

Polio Epidemic in Siouxland: Impact to Community and Public Health, 1952 -1960 Diane L. Smith, RN, BSN, MSN

ADA Pioneer: Keith Ellen Ragsdale Elizabeth Tyree, PhD, MPH, RN and Diane Helgeson, RN, MS

History, Organization and the Changing Culture of Care: A Historical Analysis of the Frontier Nursing Service (FNS) Edith A. West, PhD, RN