Lisa Petermann has served as the Director of the Knowledge Exchange Centre – Mental Health Commission of Canada, and as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medical History at the University of Calgary. She received her PhD in History of Medicine in 2007 from the Wellcome Centre for the History of Medicine, University of Warwick, with a thesis titled “From a Cough to a Coffin: The Child’s Medical Encounter in England and France, 1762–1882.” Her dissertation was supervised by French historian Professor Colin Jones and medical historian Professor Hilary Marland.Kelsey Lucyk is a Research Assistant in the Calgary History of Medicine and Health Care Program, and a PhD Student in Public Health and History of Medicine in the Graduate Program of the Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of Calgary. Her recent MSc project at the University of Calgary focused on the historical developments of mental health perceptions and public health discourses around mental health care in a detailed case study in Kitimat, British Columbia. She is currently researching and publishing on issues related to the history of mental health care and the development of the wider field of public health in Canada.Frank W. Stahnisch is an Associate Professor with joint appointment in the Department of Community Health Sciences and Department of History at the University of Calgary, where he also holds the AMF/Hannah Professorship in the History of Medicine and Health Care. He is the author of Ideas in Action, and the co-editor of Medizin, Geschichte und Geschlecht, Albert Neissers ‘Stereoscopischer Medicinischer Atlas’, Bild und Gestalt, and Ludwik Fleck – Denkstile und Tatsachen: Gesammelte Schriften und Zeugnisse. His most recent book is Medicine, Life and Function (2012).