Medicine

Results
The vegetarian movement in England, 1847-1981, with particular reference to its ideology
Twigg, Julia M., Ph.D. (1982), London (Martin, D.)
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Aspects of cholera, society and space in 19th-century England and Wales
Kearns, G.P., Ph.D. (1985), Cambridge (Gregory, D.J.)
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Herbalists and herbal medicine in the 19th and early 20th centuries, with particular reference to N.W. England
Miley. , Ursula, M.Sc. (1988), Manchester (Pickstone, J.V.)
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John Roberton (1797-1876) of Manchester, obstetrician and social reformer
Mottram, Joan, M.Sc. (1986), Manchester (Pickstone, J.V.)
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Professions and the public interest: the response of the medical profession to acupuncture in 19th- and 20th-century Britain
Saks. , M.P., Ph.D. (1986), London (Burrage, M.C.)
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Infant and child mortality in urban areas of 19th-century England and Wales: a record linkage study
Williams. , Naomi, Ph.D. (1989), Liverpool (Kearns, G.)
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The voluntary maternity hospital: a social history of provincial institutions, with specific reference to maternal mortality, 1860-1930.
Stephenson, Craig D., Ph.D. (1993), Warwick (Lane, Joan; Mason, A.)
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An investigation into the perceptions and attitudes to environmental and social conditions affecting the policies of administrative authorities in a part of North London, 1855-75.
Connell, Billie, M.Phil. (1992), North London (Wareing, J.; Brandon, P.F.)
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Women-run hospitals in Britain: a historical survey, focusing on Dr. Catherine Chisholm (1878-1952) and the Manchester Babies' Hospital (Duchess of York Hospital).
Mohr, Peter, Ph.D. (1995), Manchester (Pickstone, J.V.)
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The National Asylum for Idiots, Earlswood, 1847-86.
Wright, David J., D.Phil. (1993), Oxford (Digby, Anne)
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'Well conducted, rational and industrious': female insanity and its treatment at the North Riding Pauper Lunatic Asylum, 1865-93: cure or custody?
Evans, Joanne, M.A. (1996), York (Rendall, Jane L.)
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The maternity and infant welfare movement in Leicester between 1868 and 1948.
Aucott, Shirley R., M.Phil. (1993), Leicester (Brock, W.H.)
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The poor law of lunacy: the administration of pauper lunatics in mid 19th-century England, with special emphasis on Leicestershire and Rutland.
Bartlett, Peter, Ph.D. (1993), London (Bynum, W.F.)
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Cholera in the large towns of the West and East Ridings, 1848-93.
Sigsworth, Michael, Ph.D. (1992), Council for National Academic Awards (Worboys, M.R.; Salt, J.)
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Safonau byw ac iechyd yng Ngwynedd, 1850-1914. (Standards of living and health in Gwynedd, 1850-1914.)
Roberts, Hubert G., Ph.D. (1993), Wales (Davies, J.)
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Popular mysticism and the origins of the new psychology, 1880-1910.
Hayward, Rhodri, Ph.D. (1996), Lancaster (Smith, Roger)
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The history of general paralysis of the insane, 1820-1950.
Hurn, Juliette, Ph.D. (1998), London (Bynum, William F.)
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The invention of the stomach pump and its development in the 19th century.
Jackson, William, M.Sc. (1996), Manchester (Pickstone, John V.)
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`The building of a nation's health': the life and work of George Newman to 1921.
Hammer, Margaret A.E., Ph.D. (1995), Cambridge (Sutherland, Gillian R.)
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Public health in 19th-century port cities: the examples of Liverpool, Glasgow and Belfast.
Sheard, Sally, Ph.D. (1993), Liverpool (Kearns, G.P.; Laxton, P.)
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A study of factors contributing to the development of a uniform system of pharmacy education.
Burt, David G., M.Phil. (1991), Wales
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Finance, philanthropy and the hospital: metropolitan hospitals, 1850-98.
Waddington, Keir, Ph.D. (1995), London (Daunton, M.J.)
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A history of the Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital, 1874-1982.
Gould, Glenice, Ph.D. (1997), Open University (Coley, Noel G.; Goodman, David C.)
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The changing concept of infection and its influence on hospital design, 1850-90.
Hayward, Richard A., Ph.D. (1998), Keele (Briggs, John H.Y.)
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Cultural constitution of female psychiatric disorders, 1870-1938.
Loughlin, Kelly E., Ph.D. (1996), Essex (Crawford, Catherine J.)
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The medical profession in Manchester, 1860-1900.
Tuxford, F., M.Phil. (1998), Manchester (Pickstone, John V.)
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The professionalization of mental nursing in Great Britain, 1850-1950.
Arton, Michael E., Ph.D. (1998), London (Bynum, William F.)
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The development of voluntary hospitals, 1850-1914.
Seager, John H.C., D.Phil. (1996), Sussex (Lowerson, John R.)
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The Devon Pauper Lunatic Asylum, 1828-61.
Lee, Jeanette R., M.Phil. (1996), Exeter (Coleman, Bruce I.; Forsyth, W.J.)
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Public health reform in Watford, Herts., 1834-1914.
Wilsdon, Clare A., M.Phil. (1997), Birmingham (Chinn, Carl S.A.)
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