A History of the Atkinson Morley's Hospital, 1869-1995

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Athlone, 1996 - Social Science - 116 pages
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From 1942 the hospital underwent a major change in use, from a convalescent facility to what was eventually an internationally recognised neuroscience centre. These changes are catalogued, and the personalities involved in this process are subject to a biographical profile. The above details are set against the background of everyday events which help to place them in their larger historical context.

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Terry Gould is an investigative journalist who has won many National Magazine Awards for his articles and has been nominated twice for the Canadian Association of Journalists Award for Investigative Journalism. He is currently a contributing editor to the national magazine, "Saturday Night." He lives in Vancouver, and will make numerous appearances in America through 2000.

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