History, Heritage and Health Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference of the Australian Society of the History of Medicine

By: Covacevich, J; J Pearn; D Case; I Chapple; G Philips; (editors)

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SIGNED by One of the editors on the front free-endpaper and Presented to Joanna Greenlaw - the well known author on horology and the sea/ships, etc. Laminated pictorial boards. No Dustjacket, presumed as issued. There are very slight smudges/scratches to the surface of the boards, otherwise there are No Inscriptions or other Marks. (12) + 438 pp. Illustrated with b/w photographs and charts. Index. Contents include; HMS Bounty: Legacy and Legand- Nobbs, R; Compulsory sterilization in American prisons- Larson, E. J; Euthanasia of psychiatric patients in Nazi Germany- Kirby, K. C; and Military influences on Nightingale's reforms of modern nursing- Cordery, C. L. Overall, this is an Excellent, Clean, Tight and Bright, Near 'As New' copy. "This work Includes edited versions of oral presentations given on the development and history of health practices in Australia and the wider world. " ; Small 4to 9" - 11" tall; Signed by Editor

Title: History, Heritage and Health Proceedings of the Fourth Biennial Conference of the Australian Society of the History of Medicine

Author Name: Covacevich, J; J Pearn; D Case; I Chapple; G Philips; (editors)

Categories: Australia. New Zealand, etc, History & Politics. Churchill, Military/War Related, Medicine, Reference & Law, Photography, Education,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Brisbane, Australian Society of the History of Medicine: 1996

ISBN Number: 0646287885

ISBN Number 13: 9780646287881

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fine with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 110917

Keywords: History, Heritage And Health; Proceedings Of The Fourth Biennial Conference Of The Australian Society Of The History Of Medicine; Mutiny; Penology; Ethics; Diseases; Nurses; Hospitals; Military; Euthanasia; Nazi Germany; Nightingal's Reforms; Tuberculosis; American Prisons;