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HLTH 385W Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Ductus Arteriosus, Aorta, Congenital Heart Defect
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Helen Taussig and the Development of Cardiac Surgery Graduated from Johns Hopkins Medical school in 1923 with nine other women After internship and a fellowship in cardiology, she was put in charge of the pediatric cardiol...

Human Health Program
HLTH 385W
Bob Gaynes
HLTH 385W Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Asepsis, Daniel Hunt Gilman, Thyroidectomy
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Osler, Halsted and Modern American Medicine Doctors were trained in the apprentice approach, by shadowing a doctor No universities, curriculum US medical education around 1870 Prerequisite for med...

Human Health Program
HLTH 385W
Bob Gaynes
HLTH 385W Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Neurology, Electra Complex, Erogenous Zone
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Sigmund Freud and the Birth of Psychoanalysis Freuds Judaism Although Freud was not an observant Jew, his religion would have enormous implications Speaks of his fathers account having his hat knocked off by a gentile, Fre...

Human Health Program
HLTH 385W
Bob Gaynes
HLTH 385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Deficit Spending, Ischemia, Cirrhosis
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France vs. USA (HCE, Health Care Resources and Quality of care) Current expenditure on health, of GDP (20002015) Health care expenditure on GDP has increased in all developed countries USA is the highest 16.9 Because of t...

Human Health Program
HLTH 385
Michelle Lampl
HLTH 385 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Beveridge Report, Overconsumption, Mixed Model
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Comparative Healthcare Systems and Risk Factors (France vs USA) - Professor Thomas Barnay Different types of healthcare systems Bismarck model: social health insurance Based on employment relationship ...

Human Health Program
HLTH 385
Michelle Lampl
HLTH 385W Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Neuropathic Arthropathy, Asthma, Biliary Tract
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Jean-Martin Charcot (1825 - 1893) and the Birth of Neurology Until very recently, it was thought that autism was caused by relationship problems with the mother and the child in France Jean-Martin Charcot ...

Human Health Program
HLTH 385W
Bob Gaynes
HLTH 385 Lecture 9: Social Construction and Social Values
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HLTH 385
Michelle Lampl
HLTH 385 Lecture 7: Emerging Understandings of Health and Causality
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HLTH 385
Michelle Lampl
Human Health Program
HLTH 385
Michelle Lampl
HLTH 385 Lecture 8: Social Construction and Social Values
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HLTH 385
Michelle Lampl
HLTH 385W Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Chromatic Aberration, Antiseptic, Putrefaction
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John Lister Before anesthesia, leg amputations done and patients had to be held down First use of Anesthesia 1846, by Robert Hinkley Before lister, surgery was painless but not safe! Surgery after the discovery of anesthes...

Human Health Program
HLTH 385W
Bob Gaynes
HLTH 385W Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Carl Von Rokitansky, Rudolf Virchow, Robert Froriep
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The Rise of the German School of Medicine in the 19th century German School of Medicine in the mid 19th century With the opening of the University of Vienna Hospital, the largest in the world at the time, many physicians a...

Human Health Program
HLTH 385W
Bob Gaynes
HLTH 385W Lecture 9: Pasteur and the Germ Theory of Disease
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HLTH 385W
Bob Gaynes
HLTH 385W Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Smallpox Vaccine, Peloponnesian War, Variolation
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Edward jenner and the discovery of vaccination Germ theory single most important medical discovery in history Smallpox: the disease A disease caused by the variola virus, which usually enters the body via respiratory trac...

Human Health Program
HLTH 385W
Bob Gaynes
HLTH 385W Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Guillaume Dupuytren, Absolute Monarchy, Hemorrhoid
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Guilaume Dupuytren (17771835) First among surgeons, last among men Was the most famous surgeon in France during the era Madame Bovary was written in one can see those aspects in the book There was no anesthesia at this ti...

Human Health Program
HLTH 385W
Bob Gaynes
Organizational Behavior - Reference Guides

The systematic study of individual and group behavior within organizational structures is outlined in this coordinated Guide. Theories of leadership and individual behavior are related to the foundations of group behavior ...

Psychology
PSYC 302
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