4 edition of Scotland"s Health 1919-1948 (Studies in the History of Medicine) found in the catalog.
Scotland"s Health 1919-1948 (Studies in the History of Medicine)
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||506|
The devolved government for Scotland is responsible for most of the issues of day-to-day concern to the people of Scotland, including health, education, justice, rural affairs, and transport. The. Scottish Health Service Costs (often referred to as the 'Cost Book') is published annually by ISD, with the support of the Scottish Government Health Department (SGHD). The Costs Book is the only source of published costs information for NHSScotland, and provides a .
She is author of Scotland's Health (Monograph no. 2 in the 'History of Medicine' series, Peter Lang, Bern, ) and Scottish Medical Societies their history and records (Edinburgh University Press. Product details. Series: Postcolonialism Across the Disciplines (Book 5). The National Health Service in Scotland (NHS Scotland) has been operating for more than 70 years, but the origins of an inclusive health service here stretch back more than a century. Way back in , the Highlands and Islands Medical Service provided free treatment to a population covering more than half of Scotland’s landmass.
Healthcare in Scotland is mainly provided by Scotland's public health service, NHS provides healthcare to all permanent residents free at the point of need and paid for from general taxation. Health is a matter that is devolved, and considerable differences have developed between the public healthcare systems in the different countries of the United Kingdom. Scottish medicine and health, including Helen Dingwall's A History of Scottish Medicine (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, ) and Jenkinson's Scotland's Health (Oxford and New York: Peter Lang, ). McCrae's intention in this book is to discuss "the social con ditions, political actions and medical traditions that put.
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jenkinson, Jacqueline. Scotland's health, Oxford ; New York: Peter Lang, © Jenkinson J () Introduction (in Scotland's Health ). In: Jenkinson J (ed.) Scotland's Health Studies in the History of Medicine, Volume 2.
Jenkinson J () Introduction (in Scotland's Health ). In: Jenkinson J (ed.) Scotland's Health Studies in the History of Medicine, Volume : Jacqueline Jenkinson. Jenkinson, Scotland's Health – Knox, Bill REVIEWS there was little ideological coherence in the opposition to Irish home rule, and this is not sufficiently addressed by Burness.
Rather, it seemed to form a convenient electoral ploy to use against the Liberal Party; and there was believed to be a reservoir of anti-Catholic sentiment which likewise could have. JACQUELINE JENKINSON, Scotland's Health, –; Share.
JACQUELINE JENKINSON, Scotland's Health, – It includes regular research and review articles, news and book reviews, and also has occasional interviews, symposia on key books, and appreciations of incidents, sources and ideas in the writing of Scotland’s : Malcolm Nicolson.
Scotland’s Health,offers a professional historian’s perspective, drawing on a wide range of primary sources. The Healers: A History of Medicine in Scotland David Hamilton Mercat Press, reprinted The Healers, a History of Medicine in Scotland gives a concise account of the NHS and its development.
David Hamilton has also contributed two chapters to. Scotland’s Health,offers a professional historian’s perspective, drawing on a wide range of primary sources. The Healers: A History of Medicine in Scotland, David Hamilton, Mercat Press, reprinted The Healers, a History of Medicine in Scotland.
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Scotland’s Health,offers a professional historian’s perspective, drawing on a wide range of primary sources. The Healers: A History of Medicine in Scotland. David Hamilton.
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