VISUALISING MEDICAL HERITAGE
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HERITAGE BLOG ARCHIVE

Cases of hydrophobia in Glasgow, 1870s
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Our Evolving Digitisation
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The Goodall Symposium: 70 years of the NHS
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New Archive Collection: Dr A.K. Bowman
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Biphasic Stimulator: Mystery Solved!
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A Souvenir from the Lister Ward
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Staff Heritage Favourite: Andreas Vesalius Part II
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Heritage events programme – February to July 2018
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Visualising Medical Heritage: Storyteller Family Workshop
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Glasgow’s Criminal-Medical Histories, c. 1850-1920
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The life of a Renaissance book on dreams
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Staff Heritage Favourite: Andreas Vesalius
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Visualising Medical Heritage and Innovations – Meet the Experts
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Glasgow History of Medicine Seminars – Winter 2018
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Visualising Medical Heritage: Historical Fiction Lab Review
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Glasgow History of Medicine Seminars – Autumn 2017
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Heritage events programme – September to December 2017
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The Portable Ophthalmometer
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Artist in Residence: Month Two with Joseph Lister
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Joseph Lister’s Impact on America
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Our Artist in Residence “meets” Joseph Lister
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Introducing our Artist in Residence
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The Curious Case of Mr. Tipple
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Joseph Lister, Glasgow and the Birth of Antiseptic Surgery
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Uncovering our Medical Instruments- Lucy Baldwin and Maternity Health
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Re-Framed: Celebrating Diversity
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Glasgow Pathological and Clinical Society
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Shine a Light on Those Backstage: Recognising the Engineers Behind Medical Technology
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Uncovering our medical instruments – British Science Week 2017
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Amputation
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Art, Culture and Patronage in Renaissance Scotland
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The College and ‘Clarinda’
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Events: January – June 2017
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Glasgow History of Medicine Seminars – Winter/Spring Programme 2017
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Maister Peter Lowe and Glasgow
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16th Century Surgery & Comic Creation
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Glasses through the Ages: What’s Your Style?
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Macewen on wounds
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Helping others
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Glasgow History of Medicine Seminars – Autumn 2016 Programme
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Seeing the Invisible: Microscope Collection
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Beloved Poison
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Glasgow’s Marvellous Medicine – A Comics Workshop with Adam Murphy
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The semi-flexible gastroscope
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Old and new surgical tools
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Dr Harry R. Lillie
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Foundations of the College Library
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Cause of Death?
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The Vapo-Cresoline Scam
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Risky Business for Treating Tuberculosis
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Uncovering our Medical Instruments
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The Goodall Symposium: Celebrating 200 years of the stethoscope
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What led Laennec to invent the wooden stethoscope?
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Veedee Massager, c1903
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Incorporation of Gardeners Lecture
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A Unique Impression?
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Festival of Museums 2016 – Glasgow’s Marvellous Medicine
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Glasgow Incunabula Project
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Events and Exhibitions Spring/Summer 2016
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Emergency Surgery – The Trephine
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Glasgow Incunabula Project update (24/3/16)
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William Macewen, Glasgow Police Surgeon
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#ColorOurCollections
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H.T. Hamblin: Ophthalmologist and Mystic
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Forgotten copy of a botanical encyclopaedia
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Glasgow History of Medicine Seminars – Winter Meetings 2016
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Thomas Annan and the Documentary Photograph
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Stowe’s Toxicological Chart, c1820
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Cold, Flu and Winter Bugs
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A large missile lodged in the face
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Professor Thomas Gibson (1915-1993) – Pioneer of Plastic Surgery
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Glasgow History of Medicine Group – Autumn Meetings 2015
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Glasgow: Mapping the City
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Glasgow Surgical Instrument Makers
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(Un)official Publications: the book that wasn’t meant to be published
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Doors Open Day 2015
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The Lock Room Collection – Now on the Library Catalogue
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New books in the library – June/July 2015
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The Girton and Newnham Unit of the Scottish Women’s Hospitals in World War One
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Medicine and Surgery at the Battle of Waterloo
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Face, Teeth and Jaws
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Gardening and Better Health
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International Day of the Midwife
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Great Expectations
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Yorkhill Commemorations
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Guest blog: Sources for the First World War
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The Pamphlet Collection – a hidden treasure revealed
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Glasgow History of Medicine Group – Spring Meetings 2015
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The History of Diabetes
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Opening times over the Festive Season
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A Tradition of Fine Dining
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Glasgow’s War Artists Through the 20th Century
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Guest blog: Archives hub and the papers of Dr William Mackenzie
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Goodall Symposium – Conflict, Casualties and Caring in the First World War
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Guest blog: Oral History Project
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Doors Open Day
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New books in the library – August 2014
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19th Century Catalogue Now Online
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George Buchanan’s European Tour in 1850
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Glasgow Cathedral
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How film, TV and radio stars helped to bring a little magic to the wards of Mearnskirk Hospital
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Exercise as Medicine Part 2
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Guest blog: Work Experience in the College Library
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Origins of the University of Strathclyde
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Exercise as Medicine
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William Cullen: Helping Glasgow Flourish
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Macewen’s War Work
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Glasgow’s contribution to radiology
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A Tale of Two Cities
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Words and Deeds: An Evening with Artist Hugh Buchanan – Review
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Botanical works in the College Library
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A remarkable provenance
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Words and deeds: an evening with artist Hugh Buchanan
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Sir Ronald Ross: A Man of Many Talents
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New books in the library – March/April 2014
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The Effectiveness of Tamiflu
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Littlejohn’s Report of the Sanitary Condition of Edinburgh
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Celebrating Joseph Lister’s Birthday
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Cataloguing the College Library
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40 Years of the Glasgow Coma Scale
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18th Century Dentistry – from Paris to London
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A nurse at war – Annie J Allan
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Dental instruments of the late 18th/early 19th centuries
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William Smellie, Man-midwife
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Matters of the Heart: A New Exhibition
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New books in the library – January/February 2014
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Phase box making and basic book repairs
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Glasgow History of Medicine Group
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Temperance and Alcohol
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Early printed texts – the influence of Islamic authors
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Festive Season
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Christmassy Collections
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Adopt A Book Appeal
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New books in the library – November 2013
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Explore Your Archive campaign
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Renaissance Dentistry
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A Ghostly Painting for Halloween
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Trafalgar Day Celebration
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200th Session of the Royal Medico-Chirurgical Society of Glasgow
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A History of Mental Health, through the College Collections
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The College and India
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New books in the library – September 2013
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Midwifery instruments
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Peter Lowe and “The whole course of chirurgerie”
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Granville Sharp Pattison (1791-1851), one of the Faculty’s more colourful characters
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Found in Books: A New Online Exhibition
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New books in the library – August 2013
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Rebecca Strong – remarkable nursing pioneer
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Digitising our Historical Collections
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Childbirth in previous times
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New books in the library
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Summer Outings
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New to the library: “The Magnet”, A literary magazine from Victorian Glasgow
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Sankel: a dog’s tale
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Guest Blog: Work Experience in the College Library
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Sir William Macewen, one of Glasgow’s greatest innovative surgeons
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The casebooks of Robert Cleghorn
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History of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
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Vaccination Registers – a new digitised resource
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Goodall Symposium 2013
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