2021 annual meeting of the Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science

The 23rd Conference of the Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science 

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March 11-13, 2021 

www.sahms.net 

Hosted Virtually by  

Emory University School of Medicine  

Office of Continuing Medical Education  

& Slidespiel

We are especially indebted to  Marion R. Powell, R.N.,  Emory University (retired) for  her generous contribution that  made SAHMS 2021 possible.

 

Dear Everyone:

 The Southern Association for the History of Medicine and would like to thank the following for their support of this conference:  

Melvin Konner, M.D., Ph.D. Keynote Speaker 

Melody T. McCloud, M.D. Keynote Speaker 

Shirley Miller (Emory CME Office)  

Local Arrangements Chair, Clyde Partin, M.D. 

We hope you enjoy this year’s virtual platform, and we look forward to seeing you next year!  

Please, visit the SAHMS’s website for the log in page to this year’s conference. https://www.sahms.net/sahms-2021-conference.html 

and to view Volume 3 of The Journal of the Southern Association for the History of  Medicine and Science (The Journal of the Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science  (troy.edu)

Sincerely, 

Jennifer Rogers, SAHMS President 

 Nancy Traylor-Heard, Ph.D. SAHMS Vice-President and Program Chair 

ALL TIMES for SAHMS 2021 are Eastern Standard Time (EST), -5 hours from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT/UTC) 4

 

Thursday, March 11th: Opening Reception and Keynote 

6:45-7:00 pm, Log into the zoom reception link from SAHMS 2021  

 https://www.sahms.net/sahms-2021-conference.html 

  

7:00pm-8:00pm  

 Keynote Address: with introduction by Dr. Clyde Partin  

Melvin Konner, M.D., Ph.D., Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor, Department of Anthropology, Emory University 

 “How an Anthropologist Thinks about the Pandemic” Questions for Dr. Konner 

8:00pm-9:00pm Social Hour

Friday, March 12th 

7:15 am-8:15 am SAHMS Board Meeting  

8:00 am-8:30 am Conference Log In 

 Log into conference from the SAHMS website:  

https://www.sahms.net/sahms-2021-conference.html 

Each session will consist of: 

 Introductions 

Presentations 

Then Zoom rooms for questions and discussion about the sessions 8:30 am-10:15 am Session One 

1A “Medical Botany and Toxicology” 

 Moderator: Shirley Kinney, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Toronto 

Cederic Baker, Pharm.D., Mercer University 

“Neglected Aspects of Medieval Islamic Toxicology at the Drug-Poison Interface:  From Jabir Ibn Hayyan to Ibn Masud Shiraz Part II.” 

Richard Zhang, M.D./M.A. Student in History of Science and Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University 

“A Profitable Panacea: American Ginseng as a Culturally-Imbued Actor  

Influencing Qing-American Trade Relations” 

David Petriello, Adjunct Professor, Caldwell University 

“Disease and Demonology in the Testament of Solomon” 

1B “Early 20th Century Medical Practice and Knowledge” 

 Moderator: Dr. Ian Miller, Lecturer in Medical History, Ulster University 

Jamel Hill, Medical Student, Indiana University School of Medicine and Ashley InmaAssistant Professor of Clinical Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine  

“Disappearing Heroes: A look into early Black Physicians in Indianapolis and how the disappearance of the Black male physicians affects our society today” 

Matthew Mossey, AUIS 

“The Impact of Sports and the Athlete in Shaping Medical Knowledge” 

Samir Hamdoud, Ph.D. Student, University of Warwick 

“Creating Biologically Responsible Parents of the Future: Eugenics, Sex and  

Education in Early Twentieth Century Britain”

1C “Medicine in the Middle Ages” 

 Moderator: Belle Tuten, Ph.D., Juniata College 

 Abby Riehl, Trinity College Dublin 

“A Gift From God? Medical and Religious Interpretations of Physical Disability in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages” 

 Alexander Gabrovsky, M.D., Ph.D., Research Medical Center, HCA “Mad(wo)men: Pathologizing the Female in Chaucer’s Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale” 

John Theilmann, Ph.D., Converse College and Isabel Fangman, Undergraduate Student, Converse College 

“Dung in the Streets and the Cellars: The Public Health Response in Late  

Medieval London” 

10:00 am- 10:15 am Break  

10:15 am- 12:15 pm Session Two 

2A “Identity and Care in the Late 20th Century” 

Moderator: Sarah Halter, Executive Director, Indiana Medical History Museum  

Amanda McCrary Smith, Curator of Textiles and Fashion, Tennessee State Museum “We Are Taking This Action Out of Love and Rage: The Power of Abjection and Visual Representation of People with AIDS, 1981-1995.” 

Monica Howell, Serials Librarian, Assistant Professor, Northwestern Health Sciences University 

“Full of Unconditional Love: The History of the Minnesota AIDS Massage  

Project” 

Andre Rosario, Ph.D. Student, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing 

“The ‘F’ Word: The Racialization of the Term ‘Foreign-Educated Nurse’” 

2B “Medicine and Plants” 

Moderator: David Petriello, Adjunct Professor, Caldwell University 

Shirley Kinney, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Toronto 

“The Natural Habitats of the Plants in the Herbal of Pseudo-Apuleius and What They Can Tell Us About the Herbal’s Original Composition” 

Carlos Alves, Ph.D. Student, PIUDHist 

“The power of plants: the importance of the plant kingdom in the formation of the students of medicine in Salamanca and Coimbra (XVIII-XIX)”

Baisakhi Bandyopadhyay, Ph.D., The Asiatic Society Kolkata India 

“Medicinal Use of Sacred Plants in Traditional Indian Health Care system And Their Conservation by the tribes of India (l820-2020) -An Historical Assessment” 

2C “Modern Policy and Science” 

Moderator: Vicki Daniel, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University 

Danyale Kellogg, Master of International Affairs Candidate, Texas A&M University “An Even Longer Shot?: Re-Examining Vaccines for National Defense in the 21st  Century” 

 Ian Varga, Ph.D. candidate, Florida State University 

“NASA’s Search for a New Identity: The Volatile Relationship between NASA, the Government, and the Scientific Community, 1970-1992” 

Aubrey Underwood, Ph.D., Clark Atlanta University 

“The Unintentional Activists: Southern Women Nuclear Whistleblowers and other challenges to Southern Nuclear Patriarchy” 

 

12:15 pm-1:15 pm Lunch, Meeting for the Journal of the Southern Association for the History of Medicine, ALL ARE WELCOME  

Session Three 

1:15 pm- 3:00 pm  

3A “Case Studies of Doctors and Nurses” 

Moderator: Andrew Simpson, Ph.D., Duquesne University  

 James Marcum, Ph.D., Baylor University 

 “Giorgio Baglivi, Empiricism and Rationalism in Medicine” 

Lisa Pruitt, Ph.D., Middle Tennessee State University 

“Lorenzomania, or That Time an Austrian Surgeon Took America by Storm” 

Carol Helmstadter, B.A., BScN, MABA, M.A., University of Toronto 

“Creating Trained Nurses: The Experiences of Maria Machin, Emily Aston, and Flora Masson” 

3B “Reproductive and Postpartum Health” 

Moderator: Kristin Lawson, Ph.D., Pittsburgh State University 

Nancy Traylor-Heard, Ph.D., West Georgia Technical College 

“Responding to an Emergency: Maternity Care and Mississippi Hospitals in the 1940s” 

Carol Stamm, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine & Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Colorado

“The Egg Man and the Sperm Man and the Development of Emergency  

Contraception Also Known as the “New Pill” 

Rachel Louise Moran, Assistant Professor, University of North Texas 

“First, You Need a Task Force: Politicizing Postpartum Support Group in the 1980s” 

3C “Colonized Medicine” 

Moderator: Claire Bise, M.S., LSUHSC School of Medicine and Public Health 

Kristin Brig, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University  

“Cholera and the Colonial South African Medical Community in the Nineteenth Century” 

Izetta Autumn Mobley, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin 

“Conquest Intimacies: Colonialism, Medicine, and the Visual Archive”  

Monroe Molesky, M.P.H in Health Policy Candidate, George Washington University “Fever, Fear, and Foreign Policy: The American Justification of Colonialism  

Through Public Health in Cuba, 1878-1907” 

5:45 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Social Hour 

Saturday, March 13th 

8:00 am-8:30 am Conference Log In 

Log into conference from the SAHMS website: sahms.net 

8:30 am-9:45 am Keynote Address with questions following  

Melody T. McCloud, M.D, Founder and Medical Director, Atlanta Women’s Health 

“M.D.”: “Medical Doctor” or “Mule Driver”? The Story of DR. REBECCA LEE CRUMPLER: America’s 1st Black Female Physician (1864)”

Session Four 

9:45 am- 11:30 am  

4A “Homemade for Health and Healing: A Round Table”  

Jennifer Rogers, SAHMS President, Perimeter College at Georgia State University Laura Smith, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Arkansas  

Amanda McCrary Smith, Curator of Textiles and Fashion, Tennessee State Museum 4B “Medicine in the Later 19th Century” 

Moderator: Mary Horton, M.P.H., Ph.D., Emory University 

  1. Gregory Lande, D.O., Independent Scholar 

 “Military Medical Malingering during the Civil War” 

Madeleine Ware, Ph.D., Yale University 

“’Fit’-ing In: The Creation of the Moderately Athletic Modern Woman in  

Victorian Orthopedic Science” 

Erwin Erhardt, Ph.D., University of Cincinnati 

“St. Mary’s Hospital of Cincinnati: A Century of Service” 

4C “Big Science and Medicine of World War II and the Post-War Era” Moderator: Adam Davis, Professor, Community College of Allegheny County 

Chloe Bell-Wilson, M.A., University of California, Los Angeles  

“Prevent Malaria, Shorten the War: American Manhood and the Anti-Malarial Campaigns of World War II” 

Oliver Lucier, Ph.D. Student, Yale University 

“Holdridge Life Zones: Connecting Climate with Ecology in the Aftermath of WWII” 

Brice Bowrey, Ph.D. Student, University of Maryland, College Park 

“Early Health Physicists and their Battle for Professional Recognition, 1944- 1964” 

11:30 am-12:45 pm 

SAHMS Business Meeting, ALL ARE WELCOME and Lunch 

Session Five 

12:45 pm- 2:30 pm  

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5A “Modern Pandemics” 

Moderator: Audrey Underwood, Associate Professor of History 

Department of African-American Studies, Africana Women’s Studies and  

History, Clark Atlanta University 

Bridget Houlahan, Ph.D., R.N., James Madison University 

“Back to School: Polio, Pertussis and COVID? What Can We Learn From Historical School Nursing Practice that Can Affect Present School Nurse  

Practice Amidst the COVID Pandemic?” 

Stacey Tovino, J.D., Ph.D., University of Oklahoma 

“Privacy in a Pandemic: From HIV/AIDS to SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19” 

5B “Science in the Early Modern Era” 

Moderator: Axelle Champion, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Edinburgh 

Ross Beales, Ph.D., College of the Holy Cross 

“Divine Judgments upon us”: Responding to the Throat Distemper in  

Westborough, Massachusetts” 

Ryan Barker, Ph.D. Student, Purdue University 

“Terra Australis Jam Cognita: Matthew Flinders and Exploration’s Constructed Environment”  

Edoardo Pierini, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Geneva  

“Early Modern experiences with opium: Human Poisoning, animal injection  

and Auto-experimentation in the shaping of new pharmacological theories”  

5C “Social Science and Medicine in the Late 20th Century 

Moderator: Kristin Brig, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University 

Mary Horton, Ph.D., Emory University 

“Humanities and Medical Education the Work of the Institute on Human  

Values in Medicine, 1971-1981” 

Mark Solovey, Associate Professor, University of Toronto 

“Social Science for What? Wasting Taxpayer Dollars, Winning Golden Fleece Awards” 

Claire Bise, M.S., LSUHSC School of Medicine and Public Health 

“Pioneering Women of Anesthesia in West Africa”  

2:30 pm- 2:45 pm Break 

Session Six 

2:45 pm-4:30 pm 

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6A “The Unequal South: Disparities in Medicine and Mortality” 

Moderator: Rana Hogarth, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana 

Christopher D.E. Willoughby, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University 

“The Plantation Laboratory: Physiological Experimentation on Enslaved  

People” 

Stephen Kenny, Ph.D., University of Liverpool 

“Portraits of Neglect: Images of Black Medical Subjects in the era of Jim Crow” 

Benjamin Ehlers, Ph.D., University of Georgia and Tracy Barnett, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Georgia

“Unequal Fates: Living and Dying in Segregated Athens, Georgia” 

6B “Perception of Mental Health in Youth and Their Families 

Moderator: Janice Brockley, Ph.D., Jackson State University 

Axelle Champion, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Edinburgh 

“Demented Youth: the conceptualization of insanity in the young adolescent in Scotland, 1870-1914” 

Andrew Jones, Ph.D. Student, University of Toronto 

“LSD in 1960s Child Psychiatry: The Experiences of Autistic and Schizophrenic Children” 

Marga Vicedo, Ph.D., University of Toronto 

“Clara Park’s intelligent love: Challenging mother blame in childhood autism”

 6C “Medical and Scientific Authority” 

Moderator: Nancy Traylor-Heard, Ph.D., West Georgia Technical College 

Ian Miller, Ph.D., Ulster University 

“Self-Esteem, Black Activist Politics and the Rise of the Therapeutic State” 

Vicki Daniel, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University 

“Sight and Science: The Visual Culture of Identification at the St. Francis Dam Collapse of 1928” 

Steve Beitler, Ph.D., Independent Scholar 

“My Data, My Health Decisions? Quantified Selves and Changing Forms of  

Medical Authority” 

 

4:30 pm- 4:45 pm Break 

4:45 pm-5:45 pm SAHMS Postmortem, All are welcome

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SAHMS Officers and Board Members 

President: Jennifer Rogers, Perimeter College at Georgia State University, jrogers59@gsu.edu Vice-President: Nancy Traylor-Heard, Ph.D., West Georgia Technical College, njt0004@gmail.com Secretary: Sarah M. Halter, Indiana Medical History Museum, sarahmhalter@yahoo.com Treasurer: Mike Flannery, M.A., MLS, University of Alabama at Birmingham, flannery@uab.edu 

Local Arrangements: Clyde Partin, M.D., Gary W. Rollins Professor of Medicine and Master Clinician, Emory University, wpart01@emory.edu 

Outreach and Publicity Chair: Vicki Daniel, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University, ved5@case.edu 

Program Chair: Nancy Traylor-Heard, Ph.D., West Georgia Technical College, njt0004@westgatech.edu 

Publication Committee Chair: Karen Ross, Ph.D., Troy University, kdross@troy.edu 

Social Media Chair: Vicki Daniel, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University, ved5@case.edu 

Webmaster: Peggy Balch, University of Alabama at Birmingham, pbalch@uab.edu 

Board Members: Hilary Aquino, Ph.D., Albright College, haquino@albright.edu;  Glenda Turner, Robert Morris University, gnturner@fastmail.fm; 

 Belle Tuten, Ph.D., Charles A. Dana Professor, Juniata College, tuten@juniata.edu 

Special thanks to our 2021 PROGRAM COMMITTEE for their hard work 

Adam Davis, Professor, Community College of Allegheny County, adamdavis64@hotmail.com Sarah Halter, Executive Director, Indiana Medical History Museum, sarahmhalter@yahoo.com Clyde Partin, Jr. M.D., Gary W. Rollins Professor of Medicine and Master Clinician, Emory University, wpart01@emory.edu John Rankin, Ph.D., Associate Professor, East Tennessee University, rankinj@etsu.edu 

Jennifer Rogers, Perimeter College at Georgia State University, jrogers59@gsu.edu 

Karen Ross, Ph.D., Troy University, kdross@troy.edu 

Nancy-Traylor-Heard, Ph.D., West Georgia Technical College, njt0004@gmail.com

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2021 SAHMS Presenters 

Carlos Alves, Ph.D. Student, PIUDHist, cftalves@outlook.pt 

Cedric Baker, Pharm.D., Mercer University College of Pharmacy, 1foodfarmacy@gmail.com Baisakhi Bandyopadhyay, Ph.D., The Asiatic Society Kolkata India, archisbandyo@gmail.com Ryan Barker, Ph.D. Student, Purdue University, barker75@purdue.edu 

Tracy Barnett, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Georgia, tracy.barnett@uga.edu 

Ross Beales, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Department of History, College of the Holy Cross, r.beales@yahoo.com 

Steve Beitler, Ph.D., Independent Scholar, noelandsteve@gmail.com 

Chloe Bell-Wilson, M.A., University of California, Los Angeles, cbellwilson@ucla.edu Claire Bise, M.S., LSUHSC School of Medicine and Public Health, 

cbise@lsuhsc.edu  

Brice Bowrey, Ph.D. Student, University of Maryland, College Park, bowrey@umd.edu Kristin Brig, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, kbrig1@jhmi.edu 

Janice Brockley, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History, Jackson State University, janice.a.brockley@jsums.edu 

Axelle Champion, Ph.D. candidate, University of Edinburgh, s1157871@ed.ac.uk Vicki Daniel, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University, ved5@case.edu 

Adam Davis, Professor, Community College of Allegheny County, adamdavis64@hotmail.com Benjamin Ehlers, Ph.D., University of Georgia, behlers@uga.edu 

Erwin Erhardt, Ph.D., University of Cincinnati, erwin.erhardt@uc.edu 

Isabel Fangman, Undergraduate Student, Converse College, igfangman0001@converse.edu 

Alexander Gabrovsky, M.D., Ph.D., Research Medical Center, HCA, alexander.gabrovsky@gmail.com Sarah Halter, Executive Director, Indiana Medical History Museum, sarahmhalter

@yahoo.com  Samir Hamdoud, Ph.D. Student, University of Warwick, samir.hamdoud@warwick.ac.uk Carol Helmstadter, B.A., BScN, M.A., University of Toronto, c.helmstadter@bell.net 

Jamel Hill, Medical Student, Indiana University School of Medicine, jamehill@indiana.edu 

Rana A. Hogarth, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana, rhogarth@illinois.edu 

Mary Horton, M.P.H., Ph.D., Emory University, mhorton@emory.edu 

Bridget Houlahan, Ph.D., R.N., James Madison University, houlahba@jmu.edu 

Monica Howell, Serials Librarian, Assistant Professor, Northwestern Health Sciences University, mhowell@nwhealth.edu 

Ashley Inman, Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine, ashinman@iupui.edu 

Andrew Jones, Ph.D. Student, University of Toronto, aj.jones@mail.utoronto.ca 

Danyale Kellogg, Master of International Affairs Candidate, Texas A&M University, kelloggd@tamu.edu Stephen Kenny, Ph.D., University of Liverpool, s.c.kenny@liverpool.ac.uk 

Shirley Kinney, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Toronto, shirley.kinney@mail.utoronto.ca Melvin Konner, M.D., Ph.D., Emory University, antmk@emory.edu 

  1. Gregory Lande, D.O., Independent Scholar, rglande@act85.com 

Kristin Lawson, Ph.D., Pittsburg State University, klawson@pittstate.edu 

Oliver Lucier, Ph.D. Student, Yale University, oliver.lucier@yale.edu 

James Marcum, Ph.D., Professor, Baylor University, james_marcum@baylor.edu Melody McCloud, M.D., Founder and Medical Director, Atlanta Women’s Health, drmtm911@aol.com 

Amanda McCrary Smith, Curator of Textiles and Fashion, Tennessee State Museum,  amanda.smith@mtsu.edu 

Ian Miller, Ph.D., Ulster University, i.miller@ulster.ac.uk 

Izetta Autumn Mobley, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, izetta.mobley@austin.utexas.edu Monroe Molesky, M.P.H in Health Policy Candidate, The George Washington University, monroemolesky@gwu.edu 

Rachel Louise Moran, Assistant Professor, University of North Texas, rachel.moran@unt.edu Mathew Mossey, AUIS, mattmossey@hotmail.com 

David Petriello, Adjunct Professor, Caldwell University, dpetriello@caldwell.edu Edoardo Pierini, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Geneva, edoardo.pierini@etu.unige.ch Lisa Pruitt, Ph.D., Middle Tennessee State University, Lisa.Pruitt@mtsu.edu 

Abby Riehl, Trinity College Dublin, Riehla@tcd.ie 

Jennifer Rogers, SAHMS President, Perimeter College at Georgia State University, jrogers59@gsu.edu

 Andre Rosario, Ph.D. Student, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, arosario@nursing.upenn.edu Andrew Simpson, Ph.D., Duquesne University, simpson4@duq.edu 

Laura Smith, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Arkansas, ls006@uark.edu

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Mark Solovey, Associate Professor, History of Science, University of Toronto, mark.solovey@utoronto.ca 

Carol Stamm, M.D., Associate Professor of Medicine & Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Colorado, carol.stamm@CUAnschutz.edu 

John Theilmann, Ph.D., Converse College, john.theilmann@converse.edu 

Stacey Tovino, J.D., Ph.D., Professor of Law and Faculty Lead, The University of Oklahoma, Stacey.Tovino@ou.edu 

Nancy Traylor-Heard, Ph.D., West Georgia Technical College, njt0004@gmail.com Belle Tuten, Ph.D., Charles A. Dana Professor, Juniata College, tuten@juniata.edu Aubrey Underwood, Ph.D., Clark Atlanta University, aunderwood@cau.edu 

Ian Varga, Ph.D. candidate, Florida State University, ivarga@fsu.edu 

Marga Vicedo, Ph.D., University of Toronto, marga.vicedo@utoronto.ca 

Madeleine Ware, Ph.D. Student, Yale University, madeleine.ware@yale.edu 

Christopher D.E. Willoughby, Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University, cdwillou@gmail.com 

Richard Zhang, M.D./M.A. Student, Thomas Jefferson University, richard.zhang@students.jefferson.edu 

 

The Journal of the Southern Association for the History of Medicine and  Science 

The Journal of the Southern Association of the History of Medicine and Science JSAHMS) is an online, peer-reviewed journal (ISSN 2639-6661) that aims to provide new and unique insights into the study of the history of medicine and science. It offers a platform for a variety of new scholarship and welcomes articles from a variety of fields that intersect with the history of medicine and science. 

Currently, JSAHMS publishes original articles on the history of medicine and science and book reviews. It is published by the Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science with support from Troy University. 

To visit the journal, click here: (The Journal of the Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science (troy.edu) 

Articles featured in this year’s journal: 

(https://journals.troy.edu/index.php/JSAHMS/index) 

Vicki Daniel, “The Visual Culture of Identification and the 1928 St. Francis Dam Disaster” 

Madeleine Ware, “Defining ‘Problem Pregnancies’: Religion, Medicine, and pre Roe Politics of Abortion in the South Carolina Clergy Consultation Service” 

Richard Zhang, “King of Flowers: Reinterpretation of Chinese Peonies in Early Modern Europe”

 

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PAST SAHMS CONFERENCES 

 

2020 New Orleans, Louisiana: Sponsored by Ochsner Medical Center 

2019 Charlottesville, Virginia: Hosted by The University of Virginia, The Eleanor Crowder Bjoring Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry, Joint Meeting.  

2018 Augusta, Georgia: Sponsored by Augusta University 

2017 Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: Sponsored by Coastal Carolina University 2016 Las Vegas, Nevada: Sponsored by the William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas 

2015 Jackson, Mississippi: Sponsored by the Mississippi State Medical Association, the William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine, and the University of Mississippi Medical Center  

2014 St. Louis, Missouri: Sponsored by the St. Louis College of Pharmacy  

2013 Charleston, South Carolina: Sponsored by the Waring Historical Library and the Medical   University of South Carolina  

2012 Atlanta, Georgia: Sponsored by Emory University  

2011 Memphis, Tennessee: Sponsored by the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center Library 2010 Louisville, Kentucky: Sponsored by the University of Louisville School of Medicine and the Innominate Society  

2009 Birmingham, Alabama: Sponsored by the University of Alabama at Birmingham 2008 Gainesville, Florida: Sponsored by the University of Florida  

2007 Charlottesville, Virginia: Sponsored by the University of Virginia School of Nursing’s Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry and Claude Moore Health Sciences Library Historical Collections  

2006 San Antonio, Texas: Sponsored by the University of Texas at San Antonio 2005 Augusta, Georgia: Sponsored by the Augusta State University and The Medical College of Georgia 

2004 Augusta, Georgia: Sponsored by the Augusta State University and The Medical College of Georgia 

2003 Durham, North Carolina: Sponsored by Duke University and the University of North   Carolina at Chapel Hill  

2002 New Orleans, Louisiana: Sponsored by the Ochsner Clinic Foundation  

2001 Jackson, Mississippi: Sponsored by the University of Mississippi Medical Center 2000 Birmingham, Alabama: Sponsored by the University of Alabama at Birmingham 1999 Hattiesburg, Mississippi: Sponsored by the University of Southern Mississippi 16 

 

SAHMS 2021 Annual Meeting Registration form

 

https://www.sahms.net/registration.html