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Nursing History Digitization Project: Nursing Education in Nova Scotia

Nursing History Digitization Project: Nursing Education in Nova Scotia Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Co-Consultants: Christine Lovelace, Amy Nickerson, Ewa Piorko, and Stephanie Walker. http://forms.msvu.ca/library/tutorial/nhdp/index.htm Mount Saint Vincent University Archives launched the Nursing History Digi- Pam Lankas: COMP: Reset tization Project in 2005. This w ebsite explores the history of nursing edu- roman. cation and nursing practice in Nova Scotia, Canada, from 1890 to the late twentieth century. The development of nursing education in the province is documented through narrative text and embedded primary sources. The site is organized into two sections. One section focuses on a general history of nursing education in the province. It begins with an overview of the emergence of formal training for nurses in Canada, including a discussion about the development of hospital-based nursing programs. This narrative discussion, with embedded photographs, sets the stage for the thematic sections that fol- low. However, the narrative has no references, which makes the content less useful for academic research purposes. This section is further broken down into themes, such as racial exclusion, male nurses, and the difference between hospi- tal and university programs. In each of these sections, there is an abundance of primary source material embedded into the narrative text. For example, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Nursing History Review Springer Publishing

Nursing History Digitization Project: Nursing Education in Nova Scotia

Nursing History Review , Volume 30 (1): 2 – Jan 28, 2022

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Springer Publishing
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1062-8061
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1938-1913
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Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Co-Consultants: Christine Lovelace, Amy Nickerson, Ewa Piorko, and Stephanie Walker. http://forms.msvu.ca/library/tutorial/nhdp/index.htm Mount Saint Vincent University Archives launched the Nursing History Digi- Pam Lankas: COMP: Reset tization Project in 2005. This w ebsite explores the history of nursing edu- roman. cation and nursing practice in Nova Scotia, Canada, from 1890 to the late twentieth century. The development of nursing education in the province is documented through narrative text and embedded primary sources. The site is organized into two sections. One section focuses on a general history of nursing education in the province. It begins with an overview of the emergence of formal training for nurses in Canada, including a discussion about the development of hospital-based nursing programs. This narrative discussion, with embedded photographs, sets the stage for the thematic sections that fol- low. However, the narrative has no references, which makes the content less useful for academic research purposes. This section is further broken down into themes, such as racial exclusion, male nurses, and the difference between hospi- tal and university programs. In each of these sections, there is an abundance of primary source material embedded into the narrative text. For example,

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Nursing History ReviewSpringer Publishing

Published: Jan 28, 2022

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