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The Welsh National School of Medicine, 1893-1931: The Cardiff Years

ISBN: 9780708321744 | 0708321747
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
Pub. Date: 2/15/2009

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This book is an account of the origins and development of Cardiff's and Wales's medical school during the first four decades of its controversial existence. A contribution not only to the history of medical education in the United Kingdom, but also to the often acrimonious history between the University of Wales and Cardiff College, this volume addresses the evolving relationship between medical schools and teaching hospitals, the uniquely negative relationship between the Cardiff Royal Infirmary and the medical school during the 1920s, and the development of clinical practice within the Cardiff school, among other topics.

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