The Canadian Society for the History of Medicine welcomes you!
The Canadian Society for the History of Medicine promotes the study, research and communication of the history of health and medicine in all of its facets. Since its founding meeting in 1950 at the Université Laval, Quebec, the CSHM/SCHM has drawn its members from a broad range of intellectual perspectives in the humanities and health sciences.
La Société canadienne d’histoire de la médecine vous accueille!
La Société Canadienne d’histoire de la Médecine encourage l’étude, la recherche et la communication dans le domaine de l’histoire de la santé et de la médecine sous toutes ses facettes. Depuis sa réunion fondatrice en 1950 à l’Université Laval à Québec, la SCHM/CSHM attire des membres provenant d’une large gamme de perspectives intellectuelles dans les sciences humaines et de la santé.
The Canadian Society for the History of Medicine is thrilled to announce a three-year funding agreement with Associated Medical Services commencing in 2015 to support several initiatives. Read more.
Memories of the 2014 Annual Conference, Brock University
Jackie Duffin (fearless organizer of the CSHM book launch) promoting C. Stuart Houston and Merle Massie’s book, 36 Steps on the Road to Medicare: How Saskatchewan Led the Way (Montreal: McGill Queen’s University Press, 2013).
Deep CSHM discussion about medical history at the Brock Conference.
Relaxing at the CSHM Banquet, Brock University.
Charles Hayter promoting his new play, Radical, about Dr. Vera Peter’s critical awareness campaign about mastectomy, at the CSHM book launch, Brock University.
Shauna Devine also promote her new book at the SCHM Brock University book launch. It is entitled, Learning from the Wounded: The Civil War and the Rise of American Medical Science (University of North Carolina Press, 2014.)
Erika Dyck promoting her new book, Facing the History of Eugenics: Reproduction, Sterilization and the Politics of Choice in 20th century Alberta . Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press, 2013. at the CSHM book launch.
Dan Malleck at the CSHM Book Launch with his new book, Consuming Modernity: Gendered behaviour and consumerism before the baby boom (Vancouver, UBC Press, 2013 forthcoming) (ed. with Cheryl Krasnick Warsh).
Megan Davies and Waltraud Ernst at the CSHM Book Launch, Brock Unversity.
Graduate Students and Faculty at the Lunch Tent, CSHM, Brock University.
Graduate Student Lunch at CSHM, St. Catharines.
Missed the conference? Read Whitney Wood’s reflections.