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Published October, 2017
By Clare Debenham
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Published July, 2013
By Mark Honigsbaum
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A History of the Great Influenza Pandemics is a vital new contribution towards our understanding of European history and the history of the media.

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Published April, 2013
By Caroline Petit
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Discussing topics such as medical ethics, diagnostic explanations of illness and disease, matters of sex and gender, the ancient division between body and soul, interpretations of madness and melancholia, and methods of medical teaching and dissemination, the author draws fascinating parallels between the ancient, early modern and modern periods.

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Published April, 2013
By Caroline Petit
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Discussing topics such as medical ethics, diagnostic explanations of illness and disease, matters of sex and gender, the ancient division between body and soul, interpretations of madness and melancholia, and methods of medical teaching and dissemination, the author draws fascinating parallels between the ancient, early modern and modern periods.

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Published March, 2013
By Agnes Loeffler
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Allopathy is often described as 'western' medicine, the antithesis of homeopathy. This title offers an investigation of how allopathic knowledge, theories and practice guidelines come to be understood and applied by native practitioners in a non-western context.

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Published July, 2010
By David McLean
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During her imperial heyday, Britain's greatest fighting force - the Royal Navy - was only ever as good as its surgeons. This title explores the dramatic story of medical practice on the high seas, offering the portrait of the men who dedicated their lives to the Navy, and their contribution to its efficacy as a military machine.

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Published May, 2008
By Yuriko Akiyama
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Reveals how cookery came to be seen as an important part of medical care and diet, revolutionising the nation's health. This book assesses the impact of nutrition in hospitals, schools and the military and explores the challenges and struggles faced by those who undertook work to educate the nation in the areas of sanitation, medicine and food.

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Published October, 2007
By Anna Crozier
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A study based on original sources and research into the work of doctors who served in East Africa. This book shows the formulation of a distinct colonial identity based on factors of race, class and Colonial Service traditions. It analyses several aspects of recruitment, training and the personal factors that shaped the Service's character.

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Published October, 2007
By Yaron Perry and Efraim Lev
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Provides an assessment of the pioneering work of British Hospitals in Palestine in the nineteenth century. This work presents the history of medical service men who fought to improve the health of the inhabitants of the Holy Land under the difficult conditions of climate and disease.

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Published July, 2007
By Eran Dolev
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Examines a feature of World War I as it was fought in the Middle East - the contribution made by the practice of military medicine to the success of Egyptian Expeditionary Force. This work describes the general developments in military-medical organisation and surgery on the battlefield during these campaigns.

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