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Although medicine was historically the realm of women, in Victorian era Halifax, a few brave women dared to become doctors. This is the story of some of those daring young women.

Although medicine was historically the realm of women, in Victorian era Halifax, a few brave women dared to become doctors. ISBN13: 9780919001602. Release Date: November 2002.

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She received honourary degrees from Dalhousie University and Acadia University. In later life, she authored a historical booklet entitled Petticoat Doctors: The First Forty Years of Women in Medicine at Dalhousie University. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

The Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie University, also known as Dalhousie Medical School, is a medical . The Doctor of Medicine program admits 108 students per year. Johnson MacLeod, Enid (1990).

The Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie University, also known as Dalhousie Medical School, is a medical school and faculty of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The Faculty of Medicine has operated continuously since 1868 and is one of the oldest medical schools in Canada, after Laval, McGill, and Queen's. Of these, 78 matriculants attend the Halifax Campus and 30 attend the New Brunswick campus in St John, New Brunswick. The Doctor of Medicine program admits 108 students per year

The Faculty of Medicine at Dalhousie University, also known as Dalhousie Medical School, is a medical school and faculty of Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. In 2010, the average undergraduate GPA of accepted applicants was ., and 24 percent of the entering class held graduate degrees. Dalhousie awards the MD degree to students completing "the Tupper Trail," a new curriculum developed by the Faculty of Medicine.

She joined Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine in 1960 and retired in 1978 . Petticoat Doctors: The First Forty Years in Dalhousie University.

Petticoat Doctors: The First Forty Years in Dalhousie University (Pottersfield Press 1990, 2001). List of FMWC presidents. The Indomitable Lady Doctors (1984, 2001) by Carlotta Hacker. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found.

Petticoat Doctors: The First 40 Years of Women in Medicine at Dalhousie University by MacLeod, Enid Johnson and a. .MacLeod, Enid Johnson. Published by Pottersfield Press, Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia, Canada (1990)

MacLeod, Enid Johnson. Published by Pottersfield Press, Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia, Canada (1990). ISBN 10: 0919001602 ISBN 13: 9780919001602.

Doctor MacLeod catalogues the first forty-six women who graduated during the first forty years women were permitted to study medicine at Dalhousie Medical School. There is a picture and a brief biography of each one of them

Doctor MacLeod catalogues the first forty-six women who graduated during the first forty years women were permitted to study medicine at Dalhousie Medical School. There is a picture and a brief biography of each one of them. Some biographies are briefer than others, being mainly the details one would obtain from a newspaper obituary. Although I did not expect to, I became quite interested as 1 read these women's stories. Some of them married and never practised medicine. Other had happy lives with no story.

Published November 2002 by Pottersfield Press.

Although medicine was historically the realm of women, in Victorian era Halifax, a few brave women dared to become doctors. This is the story of some of those daring young women.