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„Bads” in Healthcare Negative Experience as an Impetus to Reform in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries

European Conference

21st and 22nd of June 2018

School of Health, Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW)
Technikumstr. 71, CH-8401 Winterthur (Switzerland) 

Mail to: gpg@gpg-hss.ch
Further information: www.gpg-hss.ch/category/european-conference-2018/
Swiss Society of the History of Health and Nursing
Schweizerische Gesellschaf für Gesundheits- und Pflegegeschichte, Société Suisse dʼhistoire de la
santé et des soins infirmiers GPG-HSS
in Cooperation with European Association for the History of Nursing (EAHN) and the European Journal for Nursing History and Ethics (ENHE)

an act of succour for the needy — a performance of affection and economy in the private household
— a natural gift of women — a science based procedure — a necessity for national public health – a
practice of the self-improvement —

Many such cultural notions of ʻgood careʼ have been passed on from the long 19th Century to the
present days. But, as actual discussions of past and present care conditions show, moral concepts,
skills and knowledge in healthcare do not mean that things never go wrong.
This Conference proposes therefore to look closely at „Bads” in the history of nursing, midwifery and
other professions in healthcare. What shaped the perception of bad care? Who was held responsible
for it? What dilemmas did individual, had collective actors have to solve? How or, why not could
negative experiences in healthcare contribute to reforms? With a focus of these questions, scholars
from a range of disciplines, namely historians and historical researchers in nursing, midwifery, social
science and medicine present the results of their investigations. The Conference offers an opportunity
for discussions, which interlink theories and methods of historical research with ethical questions.

Thursday, 21st of June 2018 (Morning Session)
08.15 Registration
08.45 Welcoming
Sabina Roth, Independent Historian, Zürich, president GPG-HSS
Andreas Gerber-Grote, Professor PhD (School of Health, Zurich University of Applied
Sciences, Winterthur)

09.00 Keynote Lecture
Karen Nolte, Professor PhD (Institute for the History and Ethics of Medicine, University of
„Nursing Care as an Act of Love“ – Ideas on the Ethics of Nursing in the Long Nineteenth Century

10.00 Coffee

10.30 Panel 1 and Panel 2

Panel 1 Nursesʼ Reflections on Bad Care (20th century)
Séverine Pilloud, Professor PhD and Emilie Bovet PhD (Institut et Haute Ecole de la Santé La
Source, Lausanne)
„Moral Mistakes” and „Professional Failure” in Healthcare: Evolution of Common Complaints from Patients, Families, Physicians or Hospital Directions and the Development of Ethical Discourses about Care between 1890 and 1970.

Susana Santos‐Ruiz, PhD, MsC, RN (School of Nursing del Mar, Pompeu Fabra University
Life Stories of Nurses of the Franco and post-Franco Regime in Catalan-speakingTerritory: Barriers to Professional Development.

Martina Blättler (University of Lucerne, Switzerland)
Female Healthcare Professionalism in the Second Half of the 20th Century: the Perspective of Swiss German Deaconesses.

Panel 2 Approaches to the Patientʼs Negative Experience
Sabina Roth, Independent Historian (Zürich)
„Inaccurate Treatment and Negligence“: A Widowʼs Experience with the Fatal Naturopathic Cure of her Husband in 1868.

Cecile aan de Stegge, PhD, Independent Historian (Bunnik NL)
Fré Dommisse and her plea for asylumnurses as anti-stigma agitants (1929-1939)

Karoliina Maanmieli, PhD (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
Memories of Abuse in Finnish Psychiatric Hospitals.

12.10 Plenary Discussion “Bads” in Healthcare: Problems of Historical Research
Sabine Schlegelmilch, PhD (Institute for the History of Medicine, University of Würzburg) and
Karen Nolte, Professor PhD (Institute for the History and Ethics of Medicine, University of
Bad Nurses on the Move.

13.00 Address of Welcome by Michael Künzle, Mayor of Winterthur

13.15 Lunch

Thursday, 21st of June 2018 (Afternoon Session)
14.30 Panel 3 and Panel 4 : first part

15.30 Coffee

16.00 Panel 3 and Panel 4 : second part
Panel 3 „Bads” Construed by Medical Power
Eileen J. B. Thrower, PhD, APRN, CNM, and Marylou Carr, MN, CNM (Frontier Nursing
University, Carrollton, USA)
Regrettable Moments in Healthcare Reform: The Medicalization of Childbirth and the Elimination of Midwifery in the United States.

Sabine Braunschweig, PhD (Bureau of Social History, Basel)
Charlatanry or Serious Therapeutic Practice? An Electric Therapeutic and Lightbath- Institute in the Critics at the Beginning of the 20th Century.

Anna Urbach, Physician (Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany)
Too pious, too political, too mad. Disobedient nursing staff employed at the epileptic asylum of Uchtspringe (1894–1933).

Kateryna Ruban (Department of History, New York University, USA)
Modern Doctors vs the Old Regime: Debates about the Decriminalization of Abortions in the Late Russian Empire and Early Soviet Union.

Panel 4 Questioning Changes for better Healthcare
Stuart Wildman, PhD (College of Medical and Dental Sciences, University of Birmingham)
Reforming Bad Care in the Workhouse: England 1834-1914.

Kristina Popova, Associate Professor, PhD (South-West University Neofit Rilski, Blagoevgrad)
The „Curative-Protective Hospital Regime” Concept in the Medical Practice in USSR and in Eastern Europe in the 1950s.

Claire Chatterton, PhD and Helena Ann Mitchell, PhD (The Open University, Milton Keynes)
„Bads” in healthcare - women with postpartum psychosis and their babies

Nannie Wiegmann (Florence Nightingale Institute, NL)
“Bads” in Nursing: A century of decubitus treatment (1890-1990)

17.00 End of first day

19.00 Conference Dinner
Restaurant Goldenberg (on terrace in nice weather)

Friday, 22nd of June 2018 (Morning Session)
08.30 Panel 5 Healthcare in Extreme Times 1
Janet Hargreaves, PhD (University of Huddersfield, UK)
„A government responsible for that state of affairs should be expelled from the
country”: Nurses in Rebellion.

Cristina Moreno Mulet, PhD (Departament d'Infermeria i Fisioteràpia, Universitat dels Illes
Neither Angels nor Devils: Actions for Normalization and Resistance of an Australian Nurse during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).

09.30 Coffee

09.50 Keynote Lecture
Christine Hallett, Professor PhD (Centre for the History of Nursing, University of Manchester,
„Above and beyond the Sphere of Politics”: Dilemmas of Neutrality, Care and Humanitarianism in Wartime Europe (1914-1918).

10.50 Short Break

11.00 Panel 6 and Panel 7

Panel 6 Healthcare in Extreme Times 2
Luc De Munck (KU Leuven B)
„Bads” in the Daily Practices of Belgian Nurses During the First World War.

Anna La Torre, RN, MScN (Milano I)
„Good nursing in bad times.” Working as a nurse in Policlinico Hospital in Milan during
the Nazi- Government (1943-1945).

Anja K. Peters, PhD (Neubrandenburg D)
The Midwife of Ravensbruck.

Panel 7 Dilemma of Care in Public Health
Mary D. Lagerwey, PhD, RN (WMU Bronson School of Nursing, USA)
Eugenics and Healthy Families: Socially Constructed Discourses of Interdependence.

Audrey Bonvin (University of Fribourg)
Hysteric „momières” or heroic mothers? White Ribbonerʼs mobilization, transnational cooperation and temperance education.

Maria Eugenia Galiana-Sánchez (University of Alicante)
Public Health Nursing and Social Control: The Health and Welfare Activities of the Womenʼs Section of Falange during the Franco regime in Spain (1938-1977).

12.30 Final Discussion Improving Healthcare by understanding its “Bads”.

13.00 Lunch

14.00 End of Conference

Conference Committee
Sabina Roth, Independent Historian, Zürich, president GPG-HSS
Joëlle Droux, PhD, UNIGE, Genève
Kristin Hammer, RM, MA, ZHAW, Winterthur
Véronique Hasler, PhD, HESAV, UNIL, Lausanne
Séverine Pilloud, Professor PhD, HEdS-La Source, Lausanne
On behalf of EAHN and ENHE
Christine Hallett, Professor PhD, President of EAHN, Manchester UK
Susanne Kreutzer, Professor PhD, Münster D
Karen Nolte, Professor PhD, Heidelberg D.
The conference organisers would like to invite:
- anyone with teaching or managing positions and an interprofessional orientation in health and
social professions
- researchers in the field of History and Ethic of Health, Nursing, Midwifery and Medicine as well as
Medical Humanities.
Mail to: gpg@gpg-hss.ch
Further information: www.gpg-hss.ch/category/european-conference-2018/

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