Marsha Hurst, PhD

  1. Marsha Hurst. “'Horrid' at Life’s End,” Atrium: The Report of the Northwestern Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program, Winter 2014.
  2. Marsha Hurst and Craig Irvine. “Stories of the End: A Narrative Medicine Curriculum to Reframe Death and Dying.” In Our Changing Journey to the End: Reshaping Death, Dying, and Bereavement in 21st Century America, 1st edition, eds. Christina Staudt and J. Harold Ellens. NY: Praeger, 2014.
  3. Julie Buyon and Marsha Hurst. “The Patient Advocate in Palliative Care: Bridging the Structural Divide at the End of Life.” In Unequal before Death, eds. Christina Staudt and Marcelline Block. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.
  4. Stanley, Patricia and Marsha Hurst. “Narrative Palliative Care: A Method for Building Empathy,” Journal of Social Work in End of Life and Palliative Care, 7 (January-March 2011), 39-55.
  5. Hurst, Marsha, Caroline Lieber, Linwood J. Lewis, Rachel Grob. “Family Stories: Narrative Genetics and Conceptions of Heritability in Pregnant Women.” Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health. January/February 2011.
  6. DasGupta, Sayantani and Marsha Hurst. “Death in Cyberspace: Bodies, Boundaries, and Postmodern Memorializing.” In The Many Ways We Talk about Death in Contemporary Society: Interdisciplinary Studies in Portrayal and Classification, eds. Margaret Souza and Christina Staudt. Ceredigion, UK: Edwin Mellen Press, 2009.
  7. DasGupta, Sayantani and Marsha Hurst, eds. Stories of Illness and Healing: Women Write their Bodies. Kent State University Press, September 2007
  8. Hurst, Marsha, Martha E. Gaines, Rachel N. Grob, Laura Weil, Sarah Davis. “Educating for Health Advocacy in Settings of Higher Education.” In Patient Advocacy for Healthcare Quality: Strategies for Achieving Patient-Centered Care, eds. Jo Anne L. Earp, Elizabeth A. French, Melissa B. Gilkey. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlette, July 2007.
  9. Hurst, Marsha. “Book Review: Another morning: voices of truth and hope from mothers with cancer.” Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness & Medicine, July 2007, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p423-428, 6p.
  10. Berg, A.L., Ip , S.C. , Hurst , M., Herb, A. Cochlear implants in young children: Informed consent as a process and current practices. American Journal of Audiology, Vol. 16, pp.13-28, June 2007.
  11. Berg, Abbey, Herb, Alice and Hurst, Marsha. “Cochlear Implants in Children: Ethics, Informed Consent, and Parental Decision-Making.” Journal of Clinical Ethics, Vol. 3, fall 2005.
  12. “Rita Sapiro Finkler,” Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia. Routledge, 1997.
  13. Hein, Karen and Marsha Hurst. “Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection In Adolescence: A Rationale For Action.” Adolescent and Pediatric Gynecology, 1 (1988), 73-82.
  14. Feldman, Elizabeth and Marsha Hurst. “Outcomes and Procedures in Low Risk Birth: A Comparison of Hospital and Birth Center Settings,” Birth. 14 (1987), 18-24.
  15. Summey, Pamela and Marsha Hurst. “Ob/Gyn on the Rise: The Evolution of Professional Ideology in the Twentieth Century—Parts I & II,” Women and Health, 11 (1986), 103-121, 133-145.
  16. Hurst, Marsha and Pamela Summey, “Childbirth and Social Class: The Case of Cesarean Delivery,” Social Science and Medicine 18 (1984), 621-631.
  17. Zambrana, Ruth E. and Marsha Hurst. “The Interactive Effect of Health Status on Work Patterns among Urban Puerto Rican Women,” International Journal of Health Services, 14 (1984), 265-277.
  18. Summey, Pamela S. and Marsha Hurst. “The Making of an Obstetrician/Gynecologist: A Woman in Residence,” Childbirth Educator (1984).
  19. Bacchus, Joan and Marsha Hurst. Afterschool. The Resourceful Family, New York, 1982 & 1983.
  20. Hurst, Marsha and Ruth E. Zambrana. “Parenting and Childcare in Puerto Rican families: Implications for Women’s Work.” Annals of Political and Social Science, 461 (1982), 113-124.
  21. Summey, Pamela S. and Marsha Hurst. “Cesarean Childbirth: What Every Parent Should Know,” Family Journal, 2 (1982), 28-32, 53-55.
  22. Hurst, Marsha and Pamela S. Summey. “Debate: Who Needs Electronic Fetal Monitoring?” Childbirth Educator, 1 (1982), 35-42.
  23. Hurst, Marsha. “The Working Mother: Truth and Consequences.” Childbirth Educator, 1 (1981/82), 44-48.
  24. Summey, Pamela S. and Marsha Hurst. “Cesarean Birth: The Politics of Consensus Development,” Health/PAC Bulletin, 12 (1981), 24-28.
  25. Hurst, Marsha and Ruth E. Zambrana. The Determinants and Consequences of Maternal Employment: An Annotated Bibliography, 1968-1980. Washington, D.C.: 1981.
  26. Hurst, Marsha and Ruth E. Zambrana. “The Health Careers of Urban Women: A Study in East Harlem,” Signs 5 (1980), 112-126.
  27. Alpert, Geraldine and Marsha Hurst. “A Plague on Our Hospitals,” The Nation, 230 (1980),716-719.
  28. Zambrana, Ruth E., Marsha Hurst and Rodney Hite, M.D. “The Working Mother in Contemporary Perspective,” Pediatrics, 64 (1979), 862-870.
  29. Hurst, Marsha and Ruth E. Zambrana. “Off To A Bad Start: The Obstetrical Experience Of The Urban Poor,” Health/PAC Bulletin, 11 (1979), 32-39.
  30. Hurst, Marsha and Pamela S. Summey. “Electronic Fetal Monitoring,” Health/PAC Bulletin nos. 83-85 (1979), 20-23.
  31. Hurst, Marsha. “Structures of Inequality: Two Decades of New York Black Republican Politics.” In The Development of Political Parties, Vol. 4, Sage Electoral Yearbook. Eds. Louis Maisel and Joseph Cooper. California: Sage, 1979.
  32. Wasserman, Gary, Marsha Hurst and Edmund Beard. The Basics of American Politics. Boston: Little Brown, 1976; 2nd edition, 1979.
  33. Hurst, Marsha. “Integration, Freedom of Choice and Community Control in Nineteenth Century Brooklyn,” The Journal of Ethnic Studies, 3 (1975), 33-55.

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