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Rare and unique historical materials, spanning over 7 centuries of medical history and medical humanities. Available through Wednesday, September 29, 2021. Send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Content is from the RCP Archives collections and over 7000 titles from RCP's Dorchester Library.
The archive reflects the history and development of modern Western medicine, while documenting the interactions of the medical community between religious sects, monarchies, political systems and the general public. There is information related to the establishment of medical practice standards and medical education, and to the extension and growth of the medical disciplines into the specialized fields of practice as we understand them today.
Range of content types: from diaries, correspondence and casebooks, to anatomical illustrations and photographs, to legal documents and policy statements, to published pamphlets and incunables. The materials span over 7 centuries of medical history and medical humanities, from about 1200 to 1994.