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3/2021

3/2021

Nursing: Traditions, Ruptures and Specialisations

What does a suitcase with glass objects and a strange apparatus have to do with nursing history? The photo for the third issue of the European Journal for Nursing History and Ethics, illustrates a new section in our journal. Under ‘Lost & Found’, objects, texts, pictures or other material remains (e. g. vaccination certificates) relevant to nursing history can be presented and scientifically analysed. The objects in this issue originated in the context of outpatient care.

The articles for the main section of the issue are based on contributions from the International Conference on the History of Nursing organised by the Italian Nurses' Association/Nursing History Group in Florence, Italy, February 13–15, 2020. Selected other contributions have been added. Due to the very broad range of topics covered at the conference, this issue does not follow the usual organisation into themed and open sections.

Photo: © Sabine Schlegelmilch

The complete issue as PDF ENHE_3-2021.pdf (7.6 MB)

  1. Jan 2022

    Editorial – Nursing: Traditions, Ruptures and Specialisations
themed section
  1. Jan 2022

    Nursing the Enemy in the First World War
  2. Jan 2022

    Working in a ‘World of Hurt’. Nursing and Medical Care Following Facial Injury During World War One
  3. Jan 2022

    The Birth and Rebirth of Fabiola, Patron Saint of Nursing: Hagiography, Female Piety and Salvation Through Care of the Sick in the Fourth and Nineteenth Centuries
  4. Jan 2022

    Charles West and Catherine Wood and the Early Development of Children’s Nursing at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children 1852–1888
  5. Jan 2022

    Protestant Nursing in Crisis? The Shortage of Deaconesses in the GDR Using the Example of the Evangelisch-Lutherisches Diakonissenhaus Leipzig
lost & found
  1. Jan 2022

    Barber-Surgeons, Nurses, Midwives: Cupping and the “Violet Ray” in the Everyday Practice of Non-Medical Healing Professions
  2. Jan 2022

    The Charlottenschrank. Born Out of a Nursing Shortage
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European Journal for Nursing
History and Ethics (ENHE)

Official Publication of the
European Association for
the History of Nursing

ISSN 2628-4375