Since the founding of the first hospital by the Augustine nuns in 1637, nurses have contributed greatly to Canadians' quality of life. The paper examines the pedagogy of teaching and learning on the web and the implications of a technologically savvy generation of learners. Historian Kristin Burnett found that Indigenous women healers in western Canada prior to the turn of the 20th century also played a vital role as nurses and midwives in settler societies. Want to get more out of the basic search box? Advanced Searching Our tool lets you easily search multiple fields at the same time and combine terms in complex ways. In this article, we offer three examples of how historical knowledge has produced new understandings of that history. On All Frontiers: Four Centuries of Canadian Nursing is a handsome and oversized paperback, which is also available in a French edition as Sans frontières: quatre siècles de soins infirmiers canadiens.
This paper's review may serve to highlight the research that currently exists related to rural preceptorship and where additional research can contribute to further understanding and development for authentic rural nursing preparation. Within weeks the sisters were inundated with new pupils, the children of the Irish of St. The purpose of this paper is to review preceptorship in relation to preparing nursing students specifically for the rural setting. The Physicians Hand traces nursing history from the twenties to the seventies. Responsibility: editors, Christina Bates, Dianne Dodd, Nicole Rousseau. Since the founding of the first hospital by the Augustine nuns in 1637, nurses have contributed greatly to Canadians' quality of life. First, it offers an illuminating example of the ways in which gender informs work and, conversely.
The leaf and the lamp: The Canadian Nurses Association and the influences which shaped its origins and outlook during its first sixty years. His successors continued his work, and by 1889, the diocese had 293 sisters, about half belonging to the French-based Sisters of St. Nursing in Canada also has a much longer history than is typically acknowledged, predating Florence Nightingale and her health-care reforms. Prior to the Depression, most nurses worked in private duty--as independent entrepreneurs--without the regimentation, rigid division of labor, and intense supervision characteristic of modern hospitals. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. It responded by selling off its property, discontinuing cloistered community living and regular group prayer, and dispensing with habits. Within that context, the preceptorship experience is purported to be an important approach to preparing safe and competent rural practitioners.
Each editor had many years of service to the nursing profession in varied capacities. Illustrated with archival photographs, it is suitable for scholars of Canadian health care history. The Nightingale influence and the rise of the modern hospital. This title offers a comprehensive history of Canadian nursing. This paper is a critical retrospective analysis of the evolution of nursing curricula in Canada from the 20th century to the present. In 1842, Fleming invited the to come to teach girls and to help create a Catholic middle class.
How work reproduces and transforms relationships of power and inequality. The entire period was marked by such discord and revolt on the part of nurses, however, that the American Nurses' Association was transformed as an organization in order to avoid massive unionization. McClung and the fiction of eugenic feminism. Most worked in private duty. It is precisely because On All Frontiers does such a marvellous job of encouraging and facilitating a closer reading of the history of nursing that those questions it leaves unexplored become apparent. Authored by leading experts, the chapters and vignettes form an overview of the history of Canadian nursing to date. Researchers with more specific, complex, or theoretical questions about the history of nursing will find this book an excellent overview and an invaluable resource for formulating and situating new research questions.
Nursing has a long and varied history in Canada. General readers interested in the history of Canadian nursing will be rewarded with, and enlightened by, its engaging. Foucault describes different types of power. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press. Three centuries of Canadian nursing.
The result of disciplinary power is normalization of behaviours desired by the dominant group. Of course, the land we now call Canada had a complex history and peoples long before 1867. Emilie Gamelin and the Sisters of Providence — St. Authored by leading experts, the chapters and vignettes form an overview of the history of Canadian nursing to date. Editors Christina Bates, Dianne Dodd, and Nicole Rousseau have brought together a vast body of research into one volume. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.
The nurse-doctor relationship: A selective literature review. Dianne Dodd PhD Carleton is a historian for Parks Canada, Historic Sites and Coordinator of the Women's History Initiative. Thus the reader can contemplate the process of archival research and the relationship between primary and secondary texts. Barriers that public health nurses encounter when attempting to address poverty are identified, and implications of the findings for public health policy, practice, and research are discussed. Auth Nursing has a long and varied history in Canada.
The Presentation Sisters, Mother accompanied by Sisters , Josephine French and M. Chapter 2 examines the history and culture of hospital schools, and the following chapters focus on the changing structure and experience of nursing in its three major settings: private duty nursing, public health care, and hospital work. However, the legacy of these leaders must be considered in view of the gap that continues to exist between practicing nurses and the American Nurses' Association leadership. How work reproduces and transforms relationships of power and inequality. Rousseau Eds , On all frontiers: Four centuries of Canadian nursing. The sisters saw their mission to feed, maintain, treat and rehabilitate mental patients. By viewing power as such, one can begin to resist the position of powerlessness.