Visualising Medical Heritage

Historical fiction lab review

Post by Kirsty Earley

Glasgow

Medical heritage Events, Autumn/Winter 2022: Support HOPE
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Body of Work Bites Episode 2 Show Notes
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Body of Work Bites Episode 1 Show Notes
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Reflections on the Founder’s memorial
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Dr John Balmanno’s Asylum Anecdotes
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Reports of the Inspectors of Madhouses, 1815 – 1857
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Cases of hydrophobia in Glasgow, 1870s
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Glasgow’s Criminal-Medical Histories, c. 1850-1920
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Introducing our Artist in Residence
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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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Macewen on wounds
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Festival of Museums 2016 – Glasgow’s Marvellous Medicine
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William Macewen, Glasgow Police Surgeon
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Thomas Annan and the Documentary Photograph
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Glasgow: Mapping the City
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Doors Open Day 2015
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Glasgow Cathedral
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William Cullen: Helping Glasgow Flourish
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A Tale of Two Cities
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Glasgow History of Medicine Group
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Rebecca Strong – remarkable nursing pioneer
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Summer Outings
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New to the library: “The Magnet”, A literary magazine from Victorian Glasgow
Written by , on July 18, 2013