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Contents Illustrations Tables Acknowledgments Preface to the Second Edition 1. Introduction: Heroes and Villains in the History of Medicine 2. The Fabricated Body: History of Anatomy 3. Interrogating Life: History of Physiology 4. Science of Suffering: History of Pathology 5. First Do No Harm: History of Treatment, Pharmacology, and Pharmaceuticals 6. On Becoming and Being a Doctor: Education, Licensing, Payment, and Bioethics 7. Plagues and Peoples: Epidemic Diseases in History 8. Why Is Blood Special? Changing Concepts of a Vital Humour 9. Technology and Disease: Stethoscopes, Hospitals, and Other Gadgets 10. Work of the Hand: History of Surgery 11. Women's Medicine and Medicine's Women: History of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Women 12. Wrestling with Demons: History of Psychiatry 13. No Baby, No Nation: History of Pediatrics 14. A Many-Faceted Gem: Decline and Rebirth of Family Medicine 15. When the Patient is Plural: Public and International Health 16. Sleuthing and Science: How to Research a Question in Medical History Appendix A: The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, 1901-2008 Appendix B: Resources and Research Tools for the History of Medicine * Important Libraries * Bibliographic Guides to the History of Medicine * Specific Periods in Western Medicine * Non-Western and Alternative Medicines and Their Interfaces * Some Associations, Institutes, and Museums for History of Medicine Appendix C: Learning Objectives of This Book Index
Jacalyn Duffin is a haematologist and historian who is Professor in the Hannah Chair of the History of Medicine at Queen's University.
'A rollicking ride through the history of medicine ... Each chapter represents the tried-and-true teaching methods of the author ... [these], combined with the author's lucid writing style and often humorous approach, made me envious of Duffin's students.' -- Hughes Evans, Isis 'Duffin's book is not only concise but also entertaining and enlightening ... a valuable, good-natured overview of a large topic that challenges everyone who teaches the history of medicine to do a better job.' -- Barron H. Lerner, Journal of the History of Medicine 'This book is a superbly crafted volume readily accessible to the medical students for whom it was intended but equally rewarding to historians of all stripes for its wide-ranging and insightful discussions of the development of medicine from antiquity to Ebola and AIDS ... a reminder of the splendor and fascination of healing and its lengthy and compelling history.' -- Susan E. Lederer, Canadian Bulletin of Medical History The book is despite its scope, rather related to the Anglo-American medicine. This can be exploited by teaching that engages students in the classroom and get them to look at the themes in the national, e.g. Norwegian context...As a textbook it is not scandalously short, but fit great, concise, and straightforward. Recommended! -- Charlotte Haug, Journal of Norwegian Medical Association, vol 23: December 2010