31 de marzo de 2016

Medical History - April 2016 Issue Out Now

The new issue of Medical History (Volume 60 - Issue 02 - April 2016) is out now. The issue features the following articles:

Margaret Connolly - 'Evidence for the Continued Use of Medieval Medical Prescriptions in the Sixteenth Century: A Fifteenth-Century Remedy Book and its Later Owner'

Christoph Gradmann - 'Re-Inventing Infectious Disease: Antibiotic Resistance and Drug Development at the Bayer Company 1945–80'

Philip J. Havik - 'Hybridising Medicine: Illness, Healing and the Dynamics of Reciprocal Exchange on the Upper Guinea Coast (West Africa)'

Claire Hilton - 'Psychogeriatrics in England: Its Route to Recognition by the Government as a Distinct Medical Specialty, c.1970–89'

John Nott - 'Malnutrition in a Modernising Economy: The Changing Aetiology and Epidemiology of Malnutrition in an African Kingdom, Buganda c.1940–73'

Philip Conford - ‘Smashed by the National Health’? A Closer Look at the Demise of the Pioneer Health Centre, Peckham'

Further information is available via Medical History's website: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayJournal?jid=MDH