Research Theses relating to military nursing

Year University Author Title Link
1994 Massey University, New Zealand Jan Rodgers A paradox of power and marginality: New Zealand Nurses' profess7ional campaign during war, 1900-1920
1998 University of Warwick, UK Lynda Dennant Women at the Front during the First World War : the politics of class, gender and empire 
2003 University of Southampton Lauren Hurst Warrior nurse : duality and complementarity of role in the operational environment 
2013  University of Wellington, New Zealand  Maxine G. Alterio Memoirs of World War One Nurses: Making Meaning of traumatic experiences
2013 London South Bank University, UK Keiron Spires Nurses in the Boer War (1899-1902): what was it about the collective body of nurses caring for the sick and wounded during the Boer War that shaped the future of military nursing?
2013  University of Manchester, UK Charlotte Dale Raising professional confidence: The influence of the Anglo-Boer War (1899 – 1902) on the development and recognition of nursing as a profession
2014 University of Wollongong, Australia Janice Twomey ‘It was Florence Nightingale by torch’: military nursing traditions and Australian nurses in Vietnam
2015 University of Hull, UK Katie Topp Managing different roles : the experiences of female nursing reservists who have deployed with the UK armed forces