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CSHM Paterson Lecture 2015: Natalie Davis on Healers in Colonial Suriname

In Afro-Caribbean, Conferences, History of medicine by Steve Palmer1 Comment

The Canadian Society for the History of Medicine knows how to honour those who made it. The annual keynote lecture is named for G. R. “Pat” Paterson, a very important figure in the history of the society. Paterson was a pharmacist, a historian of pharmacy and the first executive director of the Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine.

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Considering Canadian Federal Funding for the History of Health: An Introductory Post

In Conferences, Funding, Uncategorized by Kate Walker0 Comments

To coincide with the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine/La Société canadienne d’histoire de la médecine and the Canadian Society for the History of Nursing/ l’Association canadienne pour l’histoire du nursing annual meeting running from May 30 – June 1 in Ottawa, I’m writing a series of posts exploring the state of federal funding supporting history of health research in Canada over the past decade with a particular emphasis on graduate students and post-doctoral researchers.