Medical Lives in the Age of Surgical Revolution
This book is an unusual history of doctors trained in Britain in the last quarter of the nineteenth century, and their careers in Britain and the empire. Anne Crowther and Marguerite Dupree describe the experience of a whole generation of doctors at a time of rapid changes in medical knowledge. Amongst them were Sophia Jex-Blake and the first group of medical women in Britain. Many became disciples of Joseph Lister as he trained them in his new methods of antiseptic surgery. Surgery was not confined to specialists, and Lister's methods were adapted to suit hospitals and households, peace and war. The medical schools were tools of the Empire, sending students into general practice, military service, the mission fields, high-class consultancies and homeopathy in many lands. The book highlights the importance of medical networks - both male and female - and shows how doctors adapted to new methods in their profession.
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amongst Anne Crowther approach associations background began Berkeley Britain British Medical Bull California Press Cambridge University Press careers clinical colonial competitive conﬁned different types doctors dresser early twentieth centuries Edinburgh Royal Inﬁrmary Edinburgh University elite England entrepreneurs ﬁrst fortunes Glasgow University Harold Perkin Highland Hist History hospitals imperial important income individual intake interpretations Jacyna Joseph Lister laboratory late nineteenth century lifetime Lindsay Granshaw Lister’s former students London loyalties Macmillan Marguerite Dupree matriculated Medical Council Medical Directory Medical Education Medical Journal medical knowledge medical ofﬁcer medical practice Medical practitioners medical profession medical schools medical students Medicine National Insurance Act networks Obituaries paradox Parry pathology patients patronage photograph Physicians Plate Intro professional Professor of Surgery qualiﬁcations qualiﬁed quantiﬁed records revolution Routledge scientiﬁc Scotland Scots Scottish universities Scottish-trained selected social Society sources specialist status story studies surgeon surgical trace University group University of Edinburgh University of Glasgow Western Inﬁrmary