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by Martin Dinges

Patients in the History of Homoeopathy (EAHMH Network) download ebook
ISBN:
0953652246
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978-0953652242
Author:
Martin Dinges
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Sheffield, England: European Association for the History of Medicine and Health (April 1, 2002)
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448 pages
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Furthermore, the special features of the ‘Law of Similarity’ and ‘Sensitization’ (see Glossary, p. 221) are discussed on the basis of these models.

Conference: Patients in the History of Homeopathy. Summary When homoeopathy could establish itself in many countries during the 19th Century, it was especially successfull in North America. Cite this publication. The reasons for both are discussed in this paper. Possible consequences fortoday's homoeopathy are proposed by the author.

Sheffield: European Association for the History of Medicine and Health Publications, 2002.

Patients in the History of Homoeopathy. xiv + 434 p. illus. Sheffield: European Association for the History of Medicine and Health Publications, 2002.

Martin Dinges (e., Patients in the history of homoeopathy, Network Series 5, Sheffield, European Association for the History of Medicine and Health Publications, 2002, pp. xiii, 434, UK £3. 5, Europe £4. 3, USA £5. 0, elsewhere £4. 2 (hardback 536522-4-6). Using an array of sources from the eighteenth to the twentieth century, this volume addresses the question ‘‘Why did and why do patients come to homoeopathy?’’ The answer is framed in market model terms in four sections: patients in.

I found these reports on the INHH in some old copies of the EAHMH newsletter. International Network for the History of Hospitals. 2 July 2019 ·. I found these reports on the INHH in some old copies of the EAHMH newsletter.

Until recently, patients have been neglected by scholars working on the history of medicine According to Martin Dinges, its publication is set for sometime during the year 2001.

Until recently, patients have been neglected by scholars working on the history of medicine. By focusing on physicians, medical ideas, and new discoveries and technology, historians have tended to overlook the role of patients in the doctor/patient relationship, their influence on physicians' practices, and the various ways patients understood and managed disease. Two different historical perspectives of homeopathy in the United States were provided by historians Naomi Rogers and Anne Taylor Kirschmann. According to Martin Dinges, its publication is set for sometime during the year 2001.

Dinges, Martin (E.  . Nicholls, Philip "Homoeopathy and the Medical Profession", London, 1988. Pavlovsky, E. "K. M. Baer i aia Akademia", Moscow-Leningrad, 1948. 1. "Weltgeschichte der Homöopathie: Länder. Rogers, Naomi "An Alternative Path. The Making and Remaking of Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital of Philadelphia", Rutgers University Press, 1998. Rothstein, William "American physicians in the 19th century. From Sects to Science", Baltimore & London, 1972. Thorsons Encyclopedic Dictionary of Homeopathy.

In his opening words, Martin Dinges (Stuttgart, Ger-many) reflected on past INHH conferences that took place in.

In his opening words, Martin Dinges (Stuttgart, Ger-many) reflected on past INHH conferences that took place in such disparate places as San Francisco, Budapest and Montevideo. The history of homeopathy is a flour-ishing field, a fact to which the attendance of delegates from four continents bore testimony at this conference. The only note of regret was that, since the first con-ference, the history of homeopathy was still not com-pletely fulfilling its potential as a strong field in its own right, with anthropological approaches to ‘alternative’ medicine still being more widespread.