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MCGILLHIST 249Faith WallisFall

HIST 249 Lecture 1: HIST 249 Notes.docx

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HIST 249 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Lobotomy

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Only talked about the cases that were successful. Had 60 patients, but only talked about a few patients. Success for some patients was based on weight
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MCGILLHIST 249Faith WallisFall

HIST 249 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Jewson, Stethoscope, Thoracic Cavity

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The modern medical paradigm is meant to distinguish the changes that took place. The differences between our modern medicine and the 17th and 18th cent
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MCGILLHIST 249Faith WallisFall

HIST 249 Lecture Notes - Marie François Xavier Bichat, Hospital Medicine, Stethoscope

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The traditional was an all purpose social welfare place. Bold political and social experiment that involved a radical rejection of the past. Disenfranc
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MCGILLHIST 249Faith WallisFall

HIST 249 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Homeopathy, Legal Liability, Medical Ethics

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The medical profession lecture notes nov. 1st. We"ve talked about a series of changes that have transformed medicine over the last 200 years: Today: th
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MCGILLHIST 249Faith WallisFall

HIST 249 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Legal Liability, Sick Individuals, Medical Ethics

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Des(cid:272)ri(cid:271)e the roots of the idea of (cid:862)professio(cid:374)(cid:863) i(cid:374) traditio(cid:374)al wester(cid:374) medi(cid:272)i(ci
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HIST 249 Lecture 9: HIST249 Lecutre 9

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It almost immediately says that this is the rebirth of culture, learning, civilisation. The middle ages never called themselves the middle ages, they c
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MCGILLHIST 249Faith WallisFall

HIST 249 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Standing Army, Social Environment, House Arrest

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Public health: all societies collectively organize to protect against health dangers to populations. Health dangers: epidemics, endemic diseases, disea
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HIST 249 Lecture 6: HIST249 Lecutre 6

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Galen"s public demonstration in rome as a dissector and the way he could resolve problems of anatomy and physiology using dissection. Even though galen
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MCGILLHIST 249Faith WallisFall

HIST 249 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Edwin Smith Papyrus, Ancient Greek Medicine, Gnosis

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Lecture #3 sept 13 (continuation of lecture 2) Magic and prayer for diseases beyond manual skill . Case 19: a minor perforation of the temple. Title: p
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MCGILLHIST 249Faith WallisFall

HIST 249 Lecture Notes - Andreas Vesalius, Techne, Barber Surgeon

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History 249 health and the healer in the western world. Ancient vs. modern medicine in the western world 15/10/2013. Layers of different frameworks are
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MCGILLHIST 249Faith WallisFall

HIST 249 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Norman Jewson, Intentionality, Andreas Vesalius

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Medicine in the 17th and 18th centuries oct. 11. The last part of the course is mainly going to focus on the 19th and 20th centuries and on the incredi
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