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Health and History

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Journal Abbreviation Health Hist.

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Article Alison Watts (2021)
Experimental Treatments: Women, Gender, and ‘Maternal Insanity’ in Victorian Psychiatric Institutions, 1920–36. Health and History (pp. 1-18). (/isis/citation/CBB398151696/) unapi

Article Daniel Terry; Ha Hoang; Blake Peck; et al. (2021)
The Historic to Contemporary Challenges among International Medical Graduates Seeking to Practise in Australia. Health and History (pp. 61-78). (/isis/citation/CBB421342121/) unapi

Article Brian Draper (2021)
Dementia in Nineteenth-Century Australia. Health and History (pp. 38-60). (/isis/citation/CBB895582960/) unapi

Article Safua Akeli Amaama (2021)
Mobilising People, Places, and Practice: Public Health Care in Samoa, 1920s to 1950s. Health and History (pp. 10-28). (/isis/citation/CBB656619535/) unapi

Article Bruce H. Short (2021)
The Little-Known Surgeon at the Port Jackson Settlements: Edward Laing from 1792 to 1794. Health and History (pp. 19-37). (/isis/citation/CBB011801798/) unapi

Article Ming-Jen Wu (2021)
The Lives of the ‘Native Medical Orderlies’ in Gemo Hospital in Postwar Papua and New Guinea (1946–74). Health and History (pp. 51-70). (/isis/citation/CBB574118038/) unapi

Article Alexandra Widmer; Christine Winter (2021)
Health and Medicine during and after the Pacific War: Pacific Islanders, Institutions, Infrastructure, Ingenuities. Health and History (pp. 1-9). (/isis/citation/CBB823348316/) unapi

Article Christine Winter (2021)
Competent Men: Papuan and New Guinean Medical Staff in the Wake of the Pacific War. Health and History (pp. 95-113). (/isis/citation/CBB986183965/) unapi

Article Jacqueline Leckie (2021)
Infrastructure and ‘Magic Bullets’ in Mental Health in the Colonial Pacific. Health and History (pp. 29-50). (/isis/citation/CBB504336419/) unapi

Article Victoria Stead (2021)
Indigenous Infrastructures of Care and Survival in Papua New Guinea: Rethinking Pacific Health through Oral Histories of the Second World War. Health and History (pp. 71-94). (/isis/citation/CBB739895583/) unapi

Article Victoria M. Nagy; Alana J. Piper (2020)
The Health and Medical Needs of Victoria's Older Female Prisoners, 1860–1920. Health and History (pp. 67-85). (/isis/citation/CBB919561721/) unapi

Article Kathrine M. Reynolds; Carol Liston (2020)
Surgeon-superintendents and Penal Discipline: The Transportation of Female Convicts 1818–1835. Health and History (pp. 27-46). (/isis/citation/CBB190851487/) unapi

Article Margaret Boult (2020)
Epilepsy, Criminality, and Care during the Nineteenth Century. Health and History (pp. 86-103). (/isis/citation/CBB548809320/) unapi

Article Neville D. Yeomans (2020)
A Dangerous Migration: Early Mortality in Immigrant Doctors in Colonial Victoria. Health and History (pp. 67-84). (/isis/citation/CBB927867030/) unapi

Article Hamish Graham (2020)
‘Made Ill by Bad Management’: The Health and Welfare of Prisoners in Nineteenth-Century New South Wales. Health and History (pp. 47-66). (/isis/citation/CBB671170021/) unapi

Article Ciara Breathnach (2020)
Capital Punishment in Irish Prisons, 1868–1901. Health and History (pp. 104-125). (/isis/citation/CBB467297063/) unapi

Article Charmaine Robson (2020)
Doctors’ Dilemma: Appraising the Rights of New South Wales Leprosy Sufferers, 1890–1950. Health and History (pp. 126-149). (/isis/citation/CBB440057912/) unapi

Article Louella McCarthy; Kathryn Weston; Stephen Hampton (2020)
Governing Prisoners’ Health: The Development of the Prison Medical Service in New South Wales, 1840–1900. Health and History (pp. 8-26). (/isis/citation/CBB177897813/) unapi

Article James Bradley (2020)
A Tale of Two Objects: Electro-Convulsive Therapy, History, and the Politics of Museum Display. Health and History (pp. 26-45). (/isis/citation/CBB350512034/) unapi

Article Tiffany Jenks; Angela Wanhalla (2020)
Psychological Casualties: War Neurosis, Rehabilitation, and the Family in Post–World War II New Zealand. Health and History (pp. 1-25). (/isis/citation/CBB209051658/) unapi


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