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[Article] Margaret Pelling (2019) Managing Uncertainty and Privatising Apprenticeship: Status and Relationships in English Medicine, 1500–1900. Social History of Medicine (pp. 34-56).
[Review] Pelling, Margaret (2014) Review of "Sir Hugh Plat: The Search for Useful Knowledge in Early Modern London". English Historical Review (p. 198).
[Chapter] Pelling, Margaret (2005) Politics, Medicine, and Masculinity: Physicians and Office-Bearing in Early Modern England. In: The Practice of Reform in Health, Medicine, and Science, 1500--2000: Essays for Charles Webster (p. 81).
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[Book] Pelling, Margaret; Mandelbrote, Scott (2005) The Practice of Reform in Health, Medicine, and Science, 1500--2000: Essays for Charles Webster.
[Book] Marland, Hilary; Pelling, Margaret (1996) The task of healing: Medicine, religion and gender in England and the Netherlands, 1450-1800.
[Book] Pelling, Margaret; Smith, Richard M. (1991) Life, death, and the elderly: Historical perspectives.
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[Thesis] Hutt, M.H. Medical biography and autobiography in Britain, c. 1780-1920. University of Oxford (UK).
[Thesis] Evans, C.J. Grimley Divine providence and disease: A study of changing religious ideas in 19th-century England. Oxford Brookes University (UK).
[Thesis] Kassell, L.T. Simon Forman, astrology, and medicine in London, 1580-1611. Oxford University (UK).
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[Book] Hunter, Lynette; Hutton, Sarah (1997) Women, science, and medicine, 1500-1700: Mothers and sisters of the Royal Society.
[Book] Loudon, Irvine (1997) Western medicine: An illustrated history.
[Book] Nutton, Vivian; Porter, Roy (1995) The history of medical education in Britain.