All Heal - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780433285007, 9781483193021

All Heal

1st Edition

A Medical and Social Miscellany

Editors: R M Shaw R A Bowen G E Paget
eBook ISBN: 9781483193021
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 1st January 1971
Page Count: 252
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All Heal contains a selection of the articles of more general interest that were published in The Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine since 1957. The editors have chosen no more than one paper from any individual author. This book features 17 medical and social miscellany articles. The topics covered by these papers include the evolution on teaching-hospital physicians in Great Britain, the relation between crime and the British penal system, the conflict between drug control and therapeutic freedom and the academic and economic freedom of British universities. This book will be of interest to persons dealing with studies on medical and social history of Great Britain since1957.

Table of Contents



The Analysis of the Nervous System

The Evolution of the Teaching-hospital Physician in our Time

Cancer: The Patient's Viewpoint and the Clinician's Problems

The Drift and Dissolution of Language

Moorfields and British Ophthalmology

The Status of Doctors

Frank Buckland—Medical Naturalist

Three Great Neurologists: Charcot, Dejerine and Babinski

The Fruits of Error and False Assumption

Sanctity of Life

Crime and the British Penal System: Reflections of a long-service Magistrate

The Control of Drugs and Therapeutic Freedom

A Legal Look at Transplants

Toulouse-Lautrec—Triumph over Infirmity

Florence Nightingale: New Lamps for Old

The Economic and Academic Freedom of Universities

The Next Ten Years in Education


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R M Shaw

R A Bowen

G E Paget

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