Visualising Medical Heritage

Historical fiction lab review

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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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Portals to progress: The Triple Qualification and women’s access to medical education
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Europe and the College’s foundations
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Adam Brown Kelly’s Chair
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Glasgow History of Medicine Seminars – Winter 2018
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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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Glasgow History of Medicine Seminars – Autumn 2016 Programme
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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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Uncovering our Medical Instruments
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Veedee Massager, c1903
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Emergency Surgery – The Trephine
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William Macewen, Glasgow Police Surgeon
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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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Cold, Flu and Winter Bugs
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Glasgow History of Medicine Group – Autumn Meetings 2015
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Glasgow Surgical Instrument Makers
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The Lock Room Collection – Now on the Library Catalogue
Written by , on July 27, 2015
The Girton and Newnham Unit of the Scottish Women’s Hospitals in World War One
Written by , on June 30, 2015
Guest blog: Sources for the First World War
Written by , on March 12, 2015