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by Rod Storring
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Famous people such as Joseph Lister and Florence Nightingale are mentioned, but the book belongs to the ordinary doctors and nurses such as John Mason, a barber-surgeon in England (c. 1450) and Martha Sharpe, an untrained midwife and mother of nine (c. 1860). Most of the medical professionals are English with a few exceptions, such as Four Elks, a Plains Indian medicine man (c.
A Doctor's Life chronicles in a very brief sense the evolution of medicine from Roman doctors in 50 . This book is too large to fit on a conventional book shelf, and it only numbers 48 pages. It would make a good coffee table book. The subtitle of the book is A Visual History of Doctors and Nurses Through the Ages, and this is perhaps a more apt description of the book. Every page is filled with large color photos of people dressed in authentic clothing and/or various items of medicine and medical tools used throughout history. Because of its brevity, it does not go into the greatest detail in the periods it describes. One can easily read tough the book in one sitting.
Based on real people and the fields in which they practised, this is a visual history of what it was like to be a doctor or nurse through the ages. It looks at more than 30 individuals, with illustrations of all of them in the clothes they wore and with the instruments and medicines they used.
This brief visual overview of the history of doctors and nurses begins with Roman doctors circa . 50 and ends with modern surgeons. Storring organizes the information under spreads labeled ""Midwife,"" ""Victorian Public Health,"" ""District Nurse,"" ""Tropical Doctor,"" ""Elizabethan Housewife,"" et. most include a staged scene as well as photographs and drawings of medical instruments, medicines, and herbs. The facts are compelling; Storring's point-that the practice of medicine has.
The early history of nurses suffers from a lack of source material, but nursing in general has long been an extension of the . Some hospitals maintained libraries and training programs, and doctors compiled their medical and pharmacological studies in manuscripts.
The early history of nurses suffers from a lack of source material, but nursing in general has long been an extension of the wet-nurse function of women. Buddhist Indian ruler (268 .
When taking a glimpse at nursing in the Middle Ages, there were a myriad of. .Before this, nurses-in-training would only learn through the medical books that they were taught with.
When taking a glimpse at nursing in the Middle Ages, there were a myriad of advancements and innovations that were implemented within the nursing industry during these years, helping to form some of the roots of modern nursing. Throughout the rest of her life, Nightingale advocated for sanitary living conditions for patients, as well as providing similar designs to be implemented within hospitals, an ideal that has spread throughout the entirety of the nursing profession throughout the following years. Modern Nursing Within Europe.
This book looks in detail at the lives of over thirty individual doctors and nurses through the ages. Work-to-work relationships. For more help see the Common Knowledge help page.