Nutton, Vivian (Editor)
Porter, Roy S. (Editor)
Description Contents: Burnby, Juanita: “An examined and free apothecary”. Bynum, W.F.: Sir George Newman and the American way. Geary, Laurence M.: The Scottish-Australian connection 1850-1900. Getz, Fay: Medical education in later medieval England. Geyer-Kordesch, Johanna: Comparative difficulties: Scottish medical education in the European context (c. 1690-1830). Holloway, S.W.F.: Producing experts, constructing expertise: The School of Pharmacy of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain, 1842-1896. Jacyna, Stephen: Theory of medicine, science of life: The place of physiology teaching in the Edinburgh medical curriculum, 1790-1870. Jones, Peter Murray: Reading medicine in Tudor Cambridge. King, Helen: “As if none understood the art that cannot understand Greek”: The education of midwives in 17th-century England. Lawrence, Susan C.: Anatomy and address: Creating medical gentlemen in 18th-century London. Loudon, Irvine: Medical education and medical reform. Pelling, Margaret: Knowledge common and acquired: The education of unlicensed medical practitioners in early modern London. Heteren, Godelieve van: Students facing boundaries: The shift of 19th-century British student travel to German universities and the flexible boundaries of a medical educational system. Warner, John Harley: American doctors in London during the age of Paris medicine.
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Jones, Peter Murray;
Book ownership and the lay culture of medicine in Tudor Cambridge (/isis/citation/CBB000069790/)
Medicine and religion in 18th-century England: A case of conflict? (/isis/citation/CBB000031561/)
Warner, John Harley;
The idea of science in English medicine: The “decline of science” and the rhetoric of reform, 1815-45 (/isis/citation/CBB000031496/)
The profits of practice: The wealth and status of medical men in later medieval England (/isis/citation/CBB000031624/)
Population, disease, and mortality in South-East England, 1600-1800 (/isis/citation/CBB000017903/)
Medieval English medicine (/isis/citation/CBB000024446/)
Presidents of the Royal Society of Medicine: Illustrated profiles, 1805-1996: Dr. William Saunders to Sir Donald Harrison (/isis/citation/CBB000072717/)
Lawrence, Susan C.;
Educating the senses: Students, teachers and medical rhetoric in 18th-century London (/isis/citation/CBB000029410/)
The invisible general practitioner: The careers of Scottish medical students in the late 19th century (/isis/citation/CBB000075090/)
Mirror of medicine: A history of the British medical journal (/isis/citation/CBB000033252/)
With faith and physic: The life of a Tudor gentlewoman, Lady Grace Mildmay, 1552-1620 (/isis/citation/CBB000034039/)
Graduate education in the history of medicine: Great Britain (/isis/citation/CBB000041344/)
Class struggle, the state, and medicine: An historical and contemporary analysis of the medical sector in Great Britain (/isis/citation/CBB000005720/)
Anglo-Norman medicine (/isis/citation/CBB000071997/)
De Almeida, Hermione;
Romantic medicine and John Keats (/isis/citation/CBB000038593/)
Anglo-Saxon medicine and magic (/isis/citation/CBB000029799/)
Illness among the poor in an early modern English town: The Norwich census of 1570 (/isis/citation/CBB000033423/)
Science and medicine in the 19th century: Changing conceptions of medical practice (/isis/citation/CBB000047943/)
Medical books in early public libraries (/isis/citation/CBB000049069/)
Interfaces: Perceptions of health and illness in early modern England (/isis/citation/CBB000053077/)
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