I was honored to receive the William Osler Medal of the American Association for the History of Medicine in 1968 for an essay I had written on medical history. ... The identifiable stages were as follows: First, a desire to master all of medicine, with a
I feel like we are on the threshold of a new and really important era in the evolving history of medicine. ... medicine, epidemiology, and prevention at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell.
Think like a doctor, part II. In part I we discussed the history of medicine as a science. ... ill. This part of medicine: this rapport, this compassion, is essential to good patient care.
Reviewers classified all original articles that tested a new medical practice or therapy published from 2001 to 2010 in the New England Journal of Medicine into four types: "replacement," a new ... time in the history of medicine.
The choice of nomenclature is yours, of course, but DrRich humbly suggests "Advanced Care Medicine.". ... There really ought to be nothing particularly revolutionary about this kind of practice, since it was the norm throughout most of the history of
and Canadian health care systems to explanations of the history of medicine through 100 great works of art (a past offering at ACP's Internal Medicine Meeting), among other topics. ... Murray. “I'm also interested in the history of medicine, so I'm
Think like a doctor, part III. In part I we discussed the history of medicine as a science. ... The practice of medicine requires a thorough dedication to science and a deep well of compassion.
Leadership also will be this year's focus for a tradition of the annual meeting—the History of Medicine series. ... Paauw. Book author Emily R. Transue, FACP, will teach about the importance of storytelling in medicine in a course titled “Embracing
Social history of medicine, self-reliance and health care today. Over my vacation I read a bit on the history of health care in the United States. ... the authority of medicine now reached the far larger number who could consult a physician's book.".
Durant, Thomas M. The Days of Our Years. A Short History of Medicine and the American College of Physicians 1915-1965. ... Vol. 27; No. 2, August 1947. Rosenow Jr., Edward C. History of the American College of Physicians.