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Editor's Note

Editor's Note This volume marks the thirtieth anniversary of Nursing Histor Review y ! In ordinary times—that is, pre-COVID-19—we would certainly celebrate this anniversary at our annual conference dinner, raising a toast to past editors and authors. However, given the ongoing concerns for travel during the pandemic that forced us again to meet virtually in September, I have chosen to make those toasts within this editorial. I hope we can repeat them at a dinner in the near future. Maybe in Kentucky in 2022! First, then—a toast to Joan Lynaugh, PhD, FAAN, who, with the support of her American Association for the History of Nursing (AAHN) colleagues, made the journal a reality, serving as its first editor during 1992 and publish- ing the inaugural volume in 1993. (And yes, our publication dates have always been a bit confusing.) Explaining the purpose of the Review in her initial editorial, Dr. Lynaugh wrote that it was “to assure vigorous and useful scholar- ship in nursing history . . . [to] help all those interested in healthcare history to keep in touch with new and ongoing work, gain ready access to related historiography, and analyze the historical perspective on contemporary health care concerns. D http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nursing History Review Springer Publishing

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Springer Publishing
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© 2022 Springer Publishing Company
ISSN
1062-8061
eISSN
1938-1913
DOI
10.1891/1062-8061.30.6
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Abstract

This volume marks the thirtieth anniversary of Nursing Histor Review y ! In ordinary times—that is, pre-COVID-19—we would certainly celebrate this anniversary at our annual conference dinner, raising a toast to past editors and authors. However, given the ongoing concerns for travel during the pandemic that forced us again to meet virtually in September, I have chosen to make those toasts within this editorial. I hope we can repeat them at a dinner in the near future. Maybe in Kentucky in 2022! First, then—a toast to Joan Lynaugh, PhD, FAAN, who, with the support of her American Association for the History of Nursing (AAHN) colleagues, made the journal a reality, serving as its first editor during 1992 and publish- ing the inaugural volume in 1993. (And yes, our publication dates have always been a bit confusing.) Explaining the purpose of the Review in her initial editorial, Dr. Lynaugh wrote that it was “to assure vigorous and useful scholar- ship in nursing history . . . [to] help all those interested in healthcare history to keep in touch with new and ongoing work, gain ready access to related historiography, and analyze the historical perspective on contemporary health care concerns. D

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Nursing History ReviewSpringer Publishing

Published: Jan 28, 2022

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