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|Title:||The Adelaide medical school, 1885-1914 : a study of Anglo-Australian synergies in medical education / by Donald Simpson.|
|Author:||Simpson, Donald, 1927-|
|School/Discipline:||Depts. of Surgery and History|
|Abstract:||Examines the establishment and early history of the Adelaide medical school, which was influenced by reforms of medical education in Great Britain. Finds that the content of the Adelaide medical course conformed with British standards, and gave adequate teaching by the standards of the day. Undergraduate teaching and postgraduate opportunities can be seen as Anglo-Australian synergies made possible by formal and informal linkages with the British empire in its last century.|
|Dissertation Note:||Thesis (M.D.)--University of Adelaide, Depts. of Surgery and History, 2000|
|Subject:||University of Adelaide. Medical School History.|
Medicine Study and teaching South Australia Adelaide History.
|Description:||Erratum pasted onto front end paper.|
Bibliography: leaves 248-260.
xii, 260, 9 leaves :
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