Major Problems in the History of American Medicine and Public Health

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  • Häftad (paperback)
  • Språk: Engelska
  • Antal sidor: 560
  • Utg.datum: 2006-11-01
  • Förlag: Houghton Mifflin
  • Medarbetare: Warner, John Harley / Tighe, Janet A.
  • Illustrationer: illustrations
  • Dimensioner: 236 x 170 x 30 mm
  • Vikt: 730 g
  • Antal komponenter: 1
  • ISBN: 9780395954355

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1. What Is the History of Medicine and Public Health? ESSAYS Susan Reverby and David Rosner, Medical Culture and Historical Practice Charles E. Rosenberg, Medicine's Institutional History and Its Policy Implications James T. Patterson, Disease in the History of Medicine and Public Health 2. Colonial Beginnings: A New World of Peoples, Disease, and Healing DOCUMENTS 1. Le Page du Pratz, a French Observer in Louisiana, Reports on Natchez Nation Healing Practices, 1720-1728 2. Cotton Mather, a Boston Minister, Proselytizes for Smallpox Inoculation, 1722 3. William Douglass, Boston Physician, Decries the Dangerous "Infatuation" with Smallpox Inoculation, 1722 4. A Broadside Laments the Death of Fifty-Four in a Hartford Epidemic, 1725 5. Zabdiel Boyston of Boston Recounts His Experiences as the First Physician to Inoculate Against Smallpox in the American Colonies, 1726 6. A Virginia Domestic Guide to the Diseases of the American Colonies Makes "Every Man His Own Doctor," 1734 7. Andrew Blackbird of the Ottawa Nation Records a Story from Indian Oral Tradition About the Decimation of His People by Smallpox in the Early 1760s, 1887 ESSAYS Colin G. Calloway, Indians, Europeans, and the New World of Disease and Healing John B. Blake, Smallpox Inoculation Foments Controversy in Boston 3. The Medical Marketplace in the Early Republic, 1785-1825 DOCUMENTS 1. George Washington's Physicians Narrate His Final Illness and Death, 1799 2. Elizabeth Drinker, a Philadelphia Quaker, Recounts in Her Diary the Physician-Attended Birth of Her Daughter's Sixth Child, 1799 3. Benjamin Rush Tells His Medical Students at the University of Pennsylvania of the Trials and Rewards of a Medical Career, 1803 4. A Medical Apprentice in Rural South Carolina Records Daily Life in His Diary, 1807 5. James Jackson and John C. Warren, Leading Boston Physicians, Solicit Support for Founding the Massachusetts General Hospital, 1810 6. Walter Channing, a Harvard Medical Professor, Warns of the Dangers of Women Practicing Midwifery, 1820 7. A Young Physician Struggles to Get into Practice in Ohio, 1822 8. Samuel Thomson, Botanic Healer, Decries the Regular Medical Profession as a Murderous Monopoly, 1822 ESSAYS Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, The Medical Challenge to Midwifery Lisa Rosner, The Philadelphia Medical Marketplace 4. Antebellum Medical Knowledge, Practice, and Patients, 1820-1860 DOCUMENTS 1. A New York Medical Student Recounts in His Diary His Emotional Responses to Surgery, 1828 2. Jacob Bigelow, Harvard Medical Professor, Challenges the Physician's Power to Cure, 1835 3. A Medical Apprentice Writes from Rochester About a Cadaver "Resurrected" for Dissection, 1841 4. An Eastern-Educated Physician in Indiana Advises Other Emigrants About the Distinctive Character of Diseases of the West, 1845 5. Reformer Dorothea Dix Calls on Tennessee Legislators to Turn State Insane Asylum into a "Curative" Hospital, 1847 6. A Yale Medical Student Decries the Use of Anesthesia in Childbirth, 1848 7. Samuel Cartwright, Medical Professor and Racial Theorist, Reports to the Medical Association of Louisiana on the "Diseases and Physical Peculiarities of the Negro Race," 1851 8. A Tennessee Physician Calls for the Cultivation of a Distinctive Southern Medical Literature, 1860 ESSAYS Charles E. Rosenberg, Belief and Ritual in Antebellum Medical Therapeutics Martin S. Pernick, Pain, the Calculus of Suffering, and Antebellum Surgery Todd L. Savitt, Race, Human Experimentation, and Dissection in the Antebellum South 5. The Healer's Identity in the Mid-Nineteenth Century: Character, Care, and Competition, 1830-1875 DOCUMENTS 1. A County Medical Society Bemoans the Prevalence of Quackery and Public Opinion Opposed to Legal Regulation of Medical Practice, 1843 2. Mary Gove Nichols, Women's Health Reformer, Explains Why She Became a Water-Cure Practitioner, 1849 3. A New York State Doctor Rails to His Professional Brethren Against the Educatio

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1. What Is the History of Medicine and Public Health?
ESSAYS
Susan Reverby and David Rosner, Medical Culture and Historical Practice
Charles E. Rosenberg, Medicine's Institutional History and Its Policy Implications
James T. Patterson, Disease in the History of Medicine and Public Health
2. Colonial Beginnings: A New World of Peoples, Disease, and Healing
DOCUMENTS
1. Le Page du Pratz, a French Observer in Louisiana, Reports on Natchez Nation Healing Practices, 1720-1728
2. Cotton Mather, a Boston Minister, Proselytizes for Smallpox Inoculation, 1722
3. William Douglass, Boston Physician, Decries the Dangerous "Infatuation" with Smallpox Inoculation, 1722
4. A Broadside Laments the Death of Fifty-Four in a Hartford Epidemic, 1725
5. Zabdiel Boyston of Boston Recounts His Experiences as the First Physician to Inoculate Against Smallpox in the American Colonies, 1726
6. A Virginia Domestic Guide to the Diseases of the American Colonies Makes "Every Man His Own Doctor," 1734
7. Andrew Blackbird of the Ottawa Nation Records a Story from Indian Oral Tradition About the Decimation of His People by Smallpox in the Early 1760s, 1887
ESSAYS
Colin G. Calloway, Indians, Europeans, and the New World of Disease and Healing
John B. Blake, Smallpox Inoculation Foments Controversy in Boston
3. The Medical Marketplace in the Early Republic, 1785-1825
DOCUMENTS
1. George Washington's Physicians Narrate His Final Illness and Death, 1799
2. Elizabeth Drinker, a Philadelphia Quaker, Recounts in Her Diary the Physician-Attended Birth of Her Daughter's Sixth Child, 1799
3. Benjamin Rush Tells His Medical Students at the University of Pennsylvania of the Trials and Rewards of a Medical Career, 1803
4. A Medical Apprentice in Rural South Carolina Records Daily Life in His Diary, 1807
5. James Jackson and John C. Warren, Leading Boston Physicians, Solicit Support for Founding the Massachusetts General Hospital, 1810
6. Walter Channing, a Harvard Medical Professor, Warns of the Dangers of Women Practicing Midwifery, 1820
7. A Young Physician Struggles to Get into Practice in Ohio, 1822
8. Samuel Thomson, Botanic Healer, Decries the Regular Medical Profession as a Murderous Monopoly, 1822
ESSAYS
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, The Medical Challenge to Midwifery
Lisa Rosner, The Philadelphia Medical Marketplace
4. Antebellum Medical Knowledge, Practice, and Patients, 1820-1860
DOCUMENTS
1. A New York Medical Student Recounts in His Diary His Emotional Responses to Surgery, 1828
2. Jacob Bigelow, Harvard Medical Professor, Challenges the Physician's Power to Cure, 1835
3. A Medical Apprentice Writes from Rochester About a Cadaver "Resurrected" for Dissection, 1841
4. An Eastern-Educated Physician in Indiana Advises Other Emigrants About the Distinctive Character of Diseases of the West, 1845
5. Reformer Dorothea Dix Calls on Tennessee Legislators to Turn State Insane Asylum into a "Curative" Hospital, 1847
6. A Yale Medical Student Decries the Use of Anesthesia in Childbirth, 1848
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