6 pages matching reformers in this book
Results 1-3 of 6
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Countering Illness in
The Medical Profession and the State in
What Did It Achieve?
1 other sections not shown
argued became Boots the Chemists Britain British Cambridge Chadwick charity cholera College of Physicians Croom Helm cure death rate diaries dispensary doctors drugs early modern Economic History Society Edinburgh Edwin Chadwick eighteenth century emergence English medicine epidemics Erasmus Darwin fees fever Georgian healing History of Medicine illness important income increasingly Industrial Revolution inoculation irregular Ivan Illich least living London madhouses medi medical education Medical History medical profession midwives mortality National Health Service nineteenth century numbers Old Poor Law Oxford patients Pepys physicians pioneered plague population prac practice professional proved provincial public health Puritan quacks Ralph Josselin recognised reformers regular medicine religious rise Routledge & Kegan seventeenth century sick smallpox social history Society of Apothecaries specialisation Stuart England surgeons surgery survey Thomas Thomas Wakley titioners towns traditional treat Tudor and Stuart University Press Victorian voluntary hospital Wakley William William Cheselden women
Spaced Out: Policy, Difference and the Challenge of Inclusive Education
Limited preview - 2003
All Book Search results »
Sociological Perspectives on Health, Illness and Health Care
No preview available - 1998