Book ID: CBB000067989

The history of medical education in Britain (1995)


Nutton, Vivian (Editor)
Porter, Roy S. (Editor)


Publication Date: 1995
Physical Details: x + 379 pp.; notes; index

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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Authors & Contributors
Navarro, Vincente
Dobson, M.
Rubin, Stanley
Lawrence, Susan C.
Cameron, M. L.
Warner, John Harley
Bulletin of the History of Medicine
Society for the Social History of Medicine Bulletin
Anglo-Saxon England
Ideas and Production: A Journal in the History of Ideas
Social History of Medicine
Continuity and Change
David & Charles
Clarendon Press
Collins & Brown
Oxford University Press
Professional qualifications; status; remuneration
Libraries and archives
Factoring (algebra)
Gasser, Herbert Spencer
Mildmay, Grace
Keats, John
Ruggero, Frugardo
Platearius, Joannes
Time Periods
19th century
18th century
17th century
British Isles
General Medical Council (Great Britain)
Royal Society of Medicine

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