Deanna Day wins H.N.Segall Prize
Deanna Day won the H.N. Segall prize for the paper she presented at the recent Canadian Society for the History of Medicine annual conference, in a special section on reproductive health history. The award is for the best graduate student paper presented at the meeting. The title of Deanna's paper is "The Patient Labor of Reproductive Care: The Contested History of Fertility Charting and Female Physiology," and is drawn from her dissertation research.