Bibliography for All Presentations

Emily Mercer on Sep 14th 2011


May Edward Chinn

“Changing the Face of Medicine | Dr. May Edward Chinn.” National Library of Medicine-National Institutes of Health. Web. 11 Sept.

The source gives her birth date and date of her death. This source gives information on her career path. It talks about her career milestones and what she has achievements. It also tells about her inspirations.

“May Edward Chinn: Physician.” San Diego Supercomputer Center. Web. 11.

This souse gives information about the degrees she was given. The site talks about the colleges that she graduated from. It gives personal information about her family. Chinn had habits that are described in detail to viewers. The site gives dates and when she retired.

“May Edward Chinn.” Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web.
11 Sept. 2011. <http://en.>.

This web site is used to find references on May Edward Chinn. It gave three other sites that could potentially have educational information. The source will not be used directly
given that it may not be accurate information. It could be used for pictures of May Edward Chinn.

“May Edward Chinn Biography (1896-1980).” Internet FAQ Archives – Online Education –
. JRank. Web. 11 Sept. 2011.<           Edward-Chinn.html>.

The site gives the viewer information on her ethnicity. It has quotes from May Edward Chinn given to the NY Times magazine. The source talks about various papers written about her. It talks about her journey dealing with discrimination. The source talks about interviews with her as well.

World, By Harlem. “Dr. May Edward Chinn The First African-American Female Doctor In
New York.” Harlem World., 1 July 2011. Web. 12 Sept. 2011.
<http:// harlemworldblog.

This website gave the viewer information on what Chinn studied before she worked with cancer research. It talks about an internship that Chinn was given by the Harlem Hospital. The article gave information on Chinn dealing with The Rockefeller Institute.  It also talks
about a conversation between her and Murial Petioni.

“May Edward Chinn.” Novelguide: Free Study Guides, Free Book Summaries, Free Book
Notes, & More
., 1998. Web. 12 Sept. 2011.

The article confronts Chinn’s setbacks as a black physician. It talks about her dealing with few job options in Harlem. This site also gives information about her degrees and how she used them. It gives personal information on her mother and father.

Warren, Wini. “May Edward Chinn.” Black Women Scientists in the United States.
          Bloomington:Indiana UP, 1999. 26-29. Google Books. Web. 12 Sept. 2011.

This is a primary source for May Edward Chinn. It talks about how she was diagnosed with osteomyelitis. The book gives information on Chinn’s high school years. It also lists some of the honors she was given.


Bibliography for Papanicolaou VS. Chinn

Albert, Paul. “George Papanicolaou: Biography – A View from the 25th Floor.” Weill Cornell Medical College in   New York City | Cornell University. 26 July 2011. Web. 26 Oct. 2011.
Allen, Karen A. “Cytotechnologist Salary Inequities for Experience, Job Title, and Gender.” Special Report.   Heartland Pathology, Inc., Apr. 2003. Web. 25 Oct. 2011.
”Allied Health Profession.” About Health Professions Network. Nov. 2002. Web. 26 Oct. 2011.
”Dr. Papanicolaou.” Papanicolaou Society of Cytopathology. Papsociety. Web. 26 Oct. 2011.
”George Nicholas Papanicolaou — 1883-1962 | HemOncToday.” HemOncToday. SLACK, Inc, 25 Feb. 2008. Web.   26 Oct. 2011.
”George Papanicolaou Biography |” | Study Guides, Lesson Plans, Book   Summaries and More. BookRags, Inc., 2011. Web. 26 Oct. 2011.
”George Papanicolaou: Inventor Of The Pap Smear.” Essortment Articles: Free Online Articles on Health,   Science, Education & More… Demand Media, 2011. Web. 26 Oct. 2011.
”George Papanicolaou.” NNDB: Tracking the Entire World. Soylent Communications, 2011. Web. 26 Oct. 2011.
Swanson, Barbara Mardinly. “Careers in Health Care – Barbara Mardinly Swanson.” Google Books. Web. 26 Oct.   2011.

Bibliography for  National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health

ž”National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health.” National Council   of Women’s Organizations –   Home Page. Web. 16 Nov.
National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health. TEVA Women’s   Health. Web. 15 Nov. 2011.
 “National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s HealthCouncil on   Accreditation.” | World University Web Rankings. 4
International Colleges & Universities. Web. 16 Nov. 2011.   <>.

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  1. Emily Merceron 14 Sep 2011 at 9:37 pm

    Dear Ms. Zaidman,

    I want to inform you that I tried to have correct indentation but the blog kept putting it up the same way.

    Thank you, Emily Mercer