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Canadian Association for the History of Nursing - Margaret M. Allemang Scholarship for MA/PhD Students

The Canadian Association for the History of Nursing (CAHN-ACHN) invites applications for the Margaret M. Allemang Scholarship for graduate students (Masters or PhD level) studying in the field of nursing history. Preference will be given to candidates studying Canadian nursing history.

Lecture: ‘The Life of Breath: New Directions in Medical Humanities’ - 26 November – at the University of York

You are warmly invited to a public lecture with Professor Jane Macnaughton: ‘The Life of Breath: New Directions in Medical Humanities’, which takes place on Wednesday 26 November 2014 in the Treehouse, Berrick Saul Building, University of York, starting at 6:00​pm​.

Conference: The Pasteur Institutes of North Africa, Paris 27th November

Dear all,

below you fil find the programme of the international conference "The Pasteur Institutes of North Africa, from the beginning to national independence" ("Les Instituts Pasteur du Maghreb, des origines aux indépendances) that will take place on the 27th November at the premises of the Institut Pasteur of Paris.

Further details in: http://www.sphere.univ-paris-diderot.fr/spip.php?article1439&lang=fr

Access is free upon presentation of a valid ID at the checkpoint

CfP: Tropical Diseases in Latin America and the Caribbean - a historical perspective

The workshop is organised by Casa de Oswaldo Cruz/ Fiocruz and the University of York as part of the British Academy-funded collaborative project Public health policies and practice in the Caribbean and Latin America: a historical perspective.

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