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Author Name:    ROLAND, Charles G. (ed.)

Title:   Health, Disease and Medicine : Essays in Canadian History. First Printing in dustjacket

Publisher:    Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine, Toronto, 1984, ISBN:0772014175 1984

ISBN Number:   0772014175 / 9780772014177

Seller ID:   110242

ROLAND, Charles G., (ed.). Health, Disease and Medicine : Essays in Canadian History. Proceedings of the First Hannah Conference on the History of Medicine, McMaster University, June 3-5, 1982. (Toronto) : The Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine, (1984). First Printing. Pp (10),11-464. Illustrated. 8vo, olive green cloth spine lettered in gilt, green cloth boards.

Roland, Secondary Sources in the History of Canadian Medicine: A Bibliography, Volume 1, p.174; Garrison & Morton, Medical Bibliography (5th edition)6584.2..

Contents :
[Section I] Medcine as a Profession :
Who Practised Medicine in New France?: A collective portrait (by Toby Gelfand);
Le corps medical québecois a la fin du XVIIIe siècle (par Jacques Bernier);
The Origins of Organized medicine in Ontario, 1850-1869 (by R.D. Gidney and W.P.J. Millar);
Professional Militancy: The Medical Defence Association vs. the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Ontario, 1891-1902 (by Dan McCaughey);
Elite Doctors and the Development of Scientific Medicine: The Halifax Medical Establishment and 19th Century Medical Professionalism (by Colin D. Howelll);
"Before the Age of Miracles" : The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of General Practice in Canada, 1890-1940 (by S.E.D. Shortt).

[Section II] Specific Clinical Disorders :
"Sunk under the Taxation of Nature": Malaria in Upper Canada (by Charles G. Roland);
Inoculation for smallpox in the province of Quebec,a reappraisal (by Barbara Tunis);
Smallpox Control in the Ontario Wilderness 1880-1910 (by William B. Spaulding);
Smallpox in Ontario: public and professional perceptions of disease 1884-1885 (by Barbara Craig);
"Unclean, Unclean": Canadian Reaction to Lepers and Leprosy (by Janice Dickin McGinnis);
Typhoid in the Rockies : Epidemiology in a Constrained Habitat 1883-1939 (by John Norris);
Tuberculosis : The Changing Concepts of the Disease in Canada 1900-1950 (by Katherine McCuaig);
Shell Shock in the Canadian Expeditionary Force; 1914-1918,
Canadian Psychiatry in the Great War (by Tom Brown);
The Aetiology of the Discovery of Insulin (by Michael Bliss);
The Contributions of Wilder Penfield and the Montreal Neurological Institute to Canadian Neurosciences (by William Feindel).

[Section III] Attitudes to Women and Children :
Child Health and Development in English Canada 1790-1850 (by Linda S. Siegel);
Causes of Disease in Women: The Case of late 19th century English Canada (by Wendy Mitchinson).

[Section IV] Government and Public Health :
"Muscles and health": Health and the Canadian immigrant 1867-1906 (by Geoffrey Bilson);
Public health litigation in Ontario 1884-1920 (by Mary Powell);
"Enlightening the public": The Views and Values of the Association of Executive Health Officers of Ontario 1886 (by Heather MacDougall).

Very good in dustjacket (short tear to jacket's rear panel). 100.00


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