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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Nick Black
  • ISBN:
    1853156191
  • ISBN13:
    978-1853156199
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    CRC Press; 1 edition (October 27, 2006)
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    240 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Walking London's Medical History book.

Walking London's Medical History book.

Walking London's Medical. has been added to your Cart. He is one of the leading academics in the UK on health services, having published several books and over 200 articles in medical journals.

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He published in 2006 Walking London's Medical History, a book of seven walks through London telling the story of how health services and health . This English biographical article related to medicine is a stub.

He published in 2006 Walking London's Medical History, a book of seven walks through London telling the story of how health services and health care policy developed. Since 2016 he has created two GPS guided walks on VoiceMap.

CRC Press Published October 22, 2012 Reference - 288 Pages ISBN 9781444172430 - CAT K18168.

In the book, Walking London's Medical History, Professor Black explains how events such as the Napoleonic .

In the book, Walking London's Medical History, Professor Black explains how events such as the Napoleonic wars were the catalysts for hospital services developing. For instance, before 1800 eye diseases were mainly dealt with by unlicensed occultists, with the only specialist hospital - St John's Hospital for Diseases of the Eyes, Legs and Breasts in Holborn - closing two years after its opening in 1771. The book also chronicles the history of the Fistula Infirmary, originally sited in Aldersgate Street, in 1835, where Lord Mayor of London William Copeland and Charles Dickens were treated for anal fistulas - a complication from an abscess.

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Highly Commended, BMA Medical Book Awards 2013 The history of health care is complex, confusing, and contested. It involves more than just the creation of hospitals and dispensaries, infirmaries, and health centers.

But Nick Black knows where the bodies are buried. Your Personal Message. Each of the walks, none lasting more than two and a half hours, adopts a theme which traces key developments in the history of London's–and by extension Britain's-medical services, interweaving numerous anecdotes and facts en route.

A fascinating guide to medical London, Walking London's Medical History contains seven guided walks around London that focus on the rich medical history surrounding each area. Each walk is centred around a medical theme. History and past events are bought to life as sex, murder and intrigue mingle with medical events and figures in by-gone times. This is London at its most graphic, not only are readers taken on a journey into the past but they are given an extended and detailed tour around the area. Linking together past and contemporary events in healthcare, the reader is able to familiarise themselves with the developments of medicine through the ages.Packed full of curious and surprising facts about medicine and beautifully illustrated with maps, photographs and images, and with a foreword written by bestselling author Peter Ackroyd, this is the perfect guide book for anyone with a passion for urban walks, the history of London and, of course, medicine.'Walks you'll actually want to go on.'Tom Lamont, Editor, Time Out: London for Londoners 'Anyone interested in [London's] unwholesome and insalubrious past will wish to read this book.'Peter Ackroyd, bestselling author of London: The BiographyWinner of first prize in the basis of medicine category, BMA Medical Book Competition, 2007