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Making Medical Doctors: Science and Medicine at Vanderbilt Since Flexner


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Juni 2005

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"In many ways, this is the best one-volume history of an American medical school yet to appear. Thoroughly researched, unusually well written, it traces the modern history of a major Southern medical school against the background of national currents in science, medicine, and philanthropy.""--American Historical Review" "" "This book is well documented and intensely readable; it makes a valuable contribution to the history of medical education in the United States and the part played by Vanderbilt University.""--New England"" Journal of Medicine " "" ""Making Medical Doctors "is not a conventional institutional history but rather a study of the union of science and medicine in a particularly illustrative university setting. The joining is told by recounting the history of one of the nation's most distinguished medical schools--the Vanderbilt University Medical School, which was rebuilt in the 1920s as a model for medical education and research.""--Journal of Southern History"

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"In many ways, this is the best one-volume history of an American medical school yet to appear. Thoroughly researched, unusually well written, it traces the modern history of a major Southern medical school against the background of national currents in science, medicine, and philanthropy." - American Historical Review "Making Medical Doctors is not a conventional institutional history but rather a study of the union of science and medicine in a particularly illustrative university setting. The joining is told by recounting the history of one of the nation's most distinguished medical schools - the Vanderbilt University Medical School, which was rebuilt in the 1920s as a model for medical education and research." - Journal of Southern History"
EAN: 9780817352431
ISBN: 0817352430
Untertitel: Empfohlen von 17 bis 22 Jahren. Special REV. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: UNIV OF ALABAMA PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 2005
Seitenanzahl: 368 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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