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Cynthia Toman, RN, PhD. Assistant Professor Associate Director, AMS Nursing History Research Unit. Career Components:. Critical Care nursing Cardiovascular nursing Community nursing, US Office of Economic Opportunity, Puerto Rico Camp nursing Research Co-ordinator, clinical trial

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cynthia toman rn phd

Cynthia Toman, RN, PhD

Assistant Professor

Associate Director,

AMS Nursing History Research Unit

career components
Career Components:
  • Critical Care nursing
  • Cardiovascular nursing
  • Community nursing, US Office of Economic Opportunity, Puerto Rico
  • Camp nursing
  • Research Co-ordinator, clinical trial
  • Historian, Canadianist
  • University professor
theses
Theses:
  • “ ‘Officers and Ladies’: Canadian Nursing Sisters, Women’s Work and the Second World War,” PhD dissertation (History), University of Ottawa
  • “ Crossing the technological line: Blood transfusion and the art and science of nursing, 1942-1990,” Masters thesis (Nursing), University of Ottawa
teaching responsibilities
Teaching Responsibilities:
  • Undergraduate
      • Research in Nursing and Health
      • Developing an online undergrad nursing history elective
  • Graduate
      • Advanced Nursing Theories
  • Guest Lectures
      • Nursing History
      • Historical Research Methods
research interests
Research Interests:
  • Canadian Nursing History
      • Nursing practice
      • Medical technologies and nursing
          • Blood transfusion
          • Delegated medical acts
          • Scientific Management / Efficiency Nursing
      • Military nursing
          • First World War
          • Second World War
      • Nursing workforce issues
          • New Perspectives based on a Century of Canadian census data
  • Previous research
      • Patient education
      • Heart failure education and counseling
      • Continuity of care
      • Activity progression post-MI
consultant
Consultant
  • Canadian War Museum
  • Canadian Museum of Civilization
publications
Publications
  • ‘Body Work,’ Medical Technology, and Hospital Nursing Practice. In On All Frontiers: Four Centuries of Canadian Nursing, eds. Dianne Dodd, Tina Bates, and Nicole Rousseau, pp. 89-105 (University of Ottawa Press, 2005).
  • “ ‘Ready, aye ready’: Canadian Military Nurses as an Expandable Workforce, 1920-2000.” In On All Frontiers: Four Centuries of Canadian Nursing, eds. Dianne Dodd, Tina Bates, and Nicole Rousseau, pp. 169-182 (University of Ottawa Press, 2005).
  • “ ‘An Officer and a Lady’: Shaping the Canadian Military Nurse, 1939-1945.” In Out of the Ivory Tower: Feminist Research for Social Change, eds. Andrea Martinez and Meryn Stuart, pp. 89-115 (Toronto: Sumach Press, 2003).
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  • C. Toman and M. Stuart. (2004). Emerging Scholarship in Nursing History. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 21(2): 223-227.
  • (2004). Almonte’s Great Train Disaster: Shaping Nurses’ Roles and Civilian Use of Blood Transfusion. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 21(1): 145-157.
  • (2003). ‘Trained brains are better than trained muscles’: Scientific Management and Canadian Nursing, 1910-1939. Nursing History Review 11: 89-108.
  • (2002). Antisepsis and sterilization. In Encyclopedia of Public Health, vol. 1, pp. 64-65, eds. L. Breslow, B. D. Goldstein, L. W. Green, J. M. Last, C. W. Keck, and M. McGinnis. New York: Macmillan, 2002.
  • (2001). Blood Work: Canadian Nursing and Blood Transfusion, 1942-1990, Nursing History Review, 9: 51-78.
  • (2001). George Spence: Surgeon and Servant of the Hudson’s Bay Company, 1738-1741. Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 18(1): 7-42.
  • Toman, C. Harrison, M. B., & Logan, J. (2001). Clinical Practice Guidelines: Necessary but not Sufficient for Evidence-based Patient Education and Counseling. Patient Education and Counseling 42 (3): 279-287.
help wanted
Help Wanted:
  • TAs for the undergraduate research course [winter term] and the graduate theory course [fall]
  • RA for SPSS analyses of census data, systematic literature reviews, archival work, etc.