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Davina Allen. The Changing Shape of Nursing Practice: The Role of Nurses in the Hospital Division of Labour. Routledge. 2001. 206pp.

Ellen D. Baer; Patricia D'Antonio; Sylvia Rinker; Joan E. Lynaugh (editor). Enduring Issues in American Nursing. Springer. 2001. 377pp.

Christina Bates; Dianne Dodd; Nicole Rousseau (editor). On All Frontiers: Four Centuries Of Canadian Nursing. University of Ottawa Press. 2005. 248pp.

Bonnie Bullough. The Care of the Sick: The Emergence of Modern Nursing. Prodist. 1978. 311pp.

Robert Dingwall; Anne Marie Rafferty; Charles Webster. An Introduction to the Social History of Nursing. Routledge. 1988. 256pp.

Josephine A. Dolan. Nursing in Society: A Historical Perspective. Saunders. 1978. 402pp.

Julie Fairman; Joan E. Lynaugh. Critical Care Nursing: A History. University of Pennsylvania Press. 2000. 175pp.

JoEllen Goertz Koerner. Healing Presence: The Essence of Nursing. Springer. 2007. 248pp.

Christopher J. Maggs (editor). Nursing History: The State of the Art. Routledge. 1987. 199pp.

Kathryn M. McPherson. Bedside Matters: The Transformation of Canadian Nursing, 1900-1990. University of Toronto Press. 2003. 343pp.

Barbara Mortimer; Susan McGann (editor). New Directions in the History of Nursing: International Perspectives. Routledge. 2005. 207pp.

Anne Marie Rafferty. The Politics of Nursing Knowledge. Routledge. 1996. 294pp.

Janet C. Ross-Kerr. Prepared to Care: Nurses and Nursing in Alberta, 1859 to 1996. University of Alberta. 1998. 359pp.

Margarete Sandelowski. Devices & Desires: Gender, Technology, and American Nursing. UNC Press. 2000. 295pp.

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