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Echoes & reminiscences of medical practitioners in Cheltenham of the nineteenth century

by George Arthur Cardew

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Published by E. J. Burrow in Cheltenham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine,
  • Physicians

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G. Arthur Cardew
    The Physical Object
    Pagination57 pages :
    Number of Pages57
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26317382M

      The medical expert and crime: years of forensic medicine in Glasgow, Aberdeen University Press, ; B White, ‘Training medical policemen: forensic medicine and public health in nineteenth-century Scotland’, in M Clark and C Crawford (eds), Legal medicine in history, Cambridge University Press, , pp. – Posts about 19th century written by Dr Alun Withey. Dr Alun Withey Welcome to my blog! I am an academic historian of medicine and the body, and AHRC/BBC 'New Generation Thinker'.

      This enabled him to draw important new conclusions about people’s spending on medical practitioners in their final days. For Wales there are less than 20 probate accounts covering the early modern period! Wales had no medical institutions or universities, so there are no records of practitioners’ education or training. John joined Cheltenham Holistic Health Centre in as an Alexander Technique practitioner, having previously had a career as a science teacher in Secondary and Further Education. After three years he decided to add to that experience and train in Craniosacral Therapy. Since then he has undertaken a good deal of further study.

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Echoes & reminiscences of medical practitioners in Cheltenham of the nineteenth century by Cardew, George Arthur. ECHOES & REMINISCENCES OF MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS IN CHELTENHAM OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY Written by G. Arthur Cardew.

Stock no. Published by Ed. Burrow & Co. Ltd. Circa Very good condition. Includes list of subscribers to rear. Bumping and wear to spine and corners.

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