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Marsha Hurst, PhD
- Marsha Hurst. “'Horrid' at Life’s End,” Atrium: The Report of the Northwestern Medical Humanities and Bioethics Program, Winter 2014.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- DasGupta, Sayantani and Marsha Hurst, eds. Stories of Illness and Healing: Women Write their Bodies. Kent State University Press, September 2007
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- “Rita Sapiro Finkler,” Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia. Routledge, 1997.
- Hein, Karen and Marsha Hurst. “Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection In Adolescence: A Rationale For Action.” Adolescent and Pediatric Gynecology, 1 (1988), 73-82.
- 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.
- 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.
- Hurst, Marsha and Pamela Summey, “Childbirth and Social Class: The Case of Cesarean Delivery,” Social Science and Medicine 18 (1984), 621-631.
- 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.
- Summey, Pamela S. and Marsha Hurst. “The Making of an Obstetrician/Gynecologist: A Woman in Residence,” Childbirth Educator (1984).
- Bacchus, Joan and Marsha Hurst. Afterschool. The Resourceful Family, New York, 1982 & 1983.
- 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.
- Summey, Pamela S. and Marsha Hurst. “Cesarean Childbirth: What Every Parent Should Know,” Family Journal, 2 (1982), 28-32, 53-55.
- Hurst, Marsha and Pamela S. Summey. “Debate: Who Needs Electronic Fetal Monitoring?” Childbirth Educator, 1 (1982), 35-42.
- Hurst, Marsha. “The Working Mother: Truth and Consequences.” Childbirth Educator, 1 (1981/82), 44-48.
- Summey, Pamela S. and Marsha Hurst. “Cesarean Birth: The Politics of Consensus Development,” Health/PAC Bulletin, 12 (1981), 24-28.
- Hurst, Marsha and Ruth E. Zambrana. The Determinants and Consequences of Maternal Employment: An Annotated Bibliography, 1968-1980. Washington, D.C.: 1981.
- Hurst, Marsha and Ruth E. Zambrana. “The Health Careers of Urban Women: A Study in East Harlem,” Signs 5 (1980), 112-126.
- Alpert, Geraldine and Marsha Hurst. “A Plague on Our Hospitals,” The Nation, 230 (1980),716-719.
- Zambrana, Ruth E., Marsha Hurst and Rodney Hite, M.D. “The Working Mother in Contemporary Perspective,” Pediatrics, 64 (1979), 862-870.
- 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.
- Hurst, Marsha and Pamela S. Summey. “Electronic Fetal Monitoring,” Health/PAC Bulletin nos. 83-85 (1979), 20-23.
- 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.
- Wasserman, Gary, Marsha Hurst and Edmund Beard. The Basics of American Politics. Boston: Little Brown, 1976; 2nd edition, 1979.
- 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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