- The Rise Of Anti-Psychiatry: A Historical Review
- Alzheimer´s Before And After Alzheimer Euba
- Freud: will and dependence A. López-Valverde
- Some Medical Notes on the Death of Baron Manfred von Richthofen
- How And Why Do Therapeutic Interventions Become Obsolete?
A Preliminary Study Of 20th Century Health Technologies E M Rous
- Kirkbride’s Architectural Stigma Of Mental Illness Daniel Bristow
- Shell-Shocked And Confused: A reconsideration of Captain Charles Myers’ case reports of shell-shock Sheehan, Roberts, Thurber, & Roberts
- The Emergence Of Medical Specialties In The Nineteenth Century: A Discussion Of The Historiography Silvester
- Kings, Knights & Lepers Savona-Ventura & Buttigieg
- Sources For Identification Of Antique Medical Instruments
In Print And On The Internet Shultz
- PTSD and Charles Dickens Green
- The struggle of Dr Max Schur, Sigmund Freud's physician Mazzarello
- History of Public Health Kumar
- Freud and Anaesthesia Vijayan
- The Gastrointestinal Diagnostic Tests of the Talmudic Sage Shmuel Daniel L. Cohen
- Empedocles' Biomedical Comments Stathakou et al
- Remarkable Physicians associated with Pulsus paradoxus Woo & Fung
- The Invention of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Green
- The Documents that Produced the Laws Overturned by Roe v. Wade Frederick N. Dyer
- History of Anaesthesia
- Was the composer Borodin the first to link cholesterol to heart disease?
- The Influence of Somatic and Psychiatric Medical Theory on the Design of Nineteenth Century American Cities
- The Development of Parasite Immunology as an Institutionally Supported Approach to Studies of Parasitism 1918-1945.
- Insulin Coma Therapy in Schizophrenia
- The History of Liverpool Psychiatry
- Sources of Identification of Antique Medical Instruments The History of Depression before the Twentieth Century
Introduction to the History of Medicine Section
Context. Perspective. The media, writers, technologists, and every facet of modern medicine bandy about these words. Yet, context and perspective is exactly what the new History of Medicine section is all about. Through the pages of History of Medicine On-Line the history of medicine will be told such that it provides context and perspective on the current and future state of medicine.
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The Shape of History to Come
In the coming months, the history of medicine section will mature and its focus will become better defined. It is my hope that this Internet gathering place will be a virtual forum for those interested in the history of medicine. It should be educational, informative, perhaps controversial, and, most importantly valid. This editor envisions the section to become the de facto standard for the online community of medical history. Your assistance in accomplishing this vision is heartily encouraged!
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