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Doctor Turner S Casebook

Author : Stephen McGann
ISBN : 9781471154492
Genre : History
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Call The Midwife is the BBC's most popular drama ever - that is what viewing figures tell us with over ten million viewers per episode. The Christmas edition is always reviewed as a 'must see' event, just as important to some families as the Queen's Speech. All the principal actors are now household names and one in particular over the past two seasons has dramatically come to the front of the show - Doctor Turner, played by Stephen McGann. He is now seen as the lynchpin of the series, not only overseeing the many childbirths across episodes, but also dealing with a multitude of diseases that strike the young, as accurately portrayed by the show's writer Heidi Thomas. Polio, meningitis, measles, scarlet fever and thalidomide have all been meticulously depicted on the show. This new book, will now reveal how a local doctor - such as Dr Turner - not only dealt with such cases, but also how he worked within the newly created National Health Service, as well as lived alongside his East End community. It will be a facsimile as well as a fictionalised diary from the character, all conceived and written by the show's writer Heidi Thomas. Stephen McGann will also contribute his own narrative having studied for an MA in medical science. Beautifully designed, it will make a lovely present for any fan of the series, as well as those wishing to find out more about the history of what life was really like in this period.
Category: History

Doctor Gordon S Casebook

Author : Richard Gordon
ISBN : 9781842325179
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 66.7 MB
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‘Well, I see no reason why anyone should expect a doctor to be on call seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day. Considering the sort of risky life your average GP leads, it’s not only inhuman but simple-minded to think that a doctor could stay sober that long?’ As Dr Richard Gordon joins the ranks of such world-famous diarists as Samuel Pepys and Fanny Burney, his most intimate thoughts and confessions reveal the life of a GP to be not quite as we might expect! Hilarious, riotous and just a bit too truthful, this is Richard Gordon at his best.
Category: Fiction

A Country Doctor S Casebook

Author : Roger A. MacDonald
ISBN : 087351663X
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

Dr Gordon S Casebook

Author : Richard Gordon
ISBN : 9780755147052
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 36.11 MB
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As Dr Richard Gordon joins the ranks of such world-famous diarists as Samuel Pepys and Fanny Burney, his most intimate thoughts and confessions reveal the life of a GP to be not quite as we might expect? Hilarious, riotous and just a bit too truthful, this is Richard Gordon at his best.
Category: Fiction

Medical Casebook Of Doctor Arthur Conan Doyle

Author : Alvin E. Rodin
ISBN : UOM:39015011017905
Genre : Literary Criticism
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As well as a writer and creator of the famous Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle also worked as a physician, and this book endeavours to document his medical facet. Medicine was often entwined into the detective stories, and the book also mentions his other science publications.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Notorious Astrological Physician Of London

Author : Barbara Howard Traister
ISBN : 0226811425
Genre : History
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Quack, conjurer, sex fiend, murderer—Simon Forman has been called all these things, and worse, ever since he was implicated (two years after his death) in the Overbury poisoning scandal that rocked the court of King James. But as Barbara Traister shows in this fascinating book, Forman's own unpublished manuscripts—considered here in their entirety for the first time—paint a quite different picture of the works and days of this notorious astrological physician of London. Although he received no formal medical education, Forman built a thriving practice. His success rankled the College of Physicians of London, who hounded Forman with fines and jail terms for nearly two decades. In addition to detailing case histories of his medical practice—the first such records known from London—as well as his run-ins with the College, Forman's manuscripts cover a wide variety of other matters, from astrology and alchemy to gardening and the theater. His autobiographical writings are among the earliest English examples of their genre and display an abiding passion for reworking his personal history in the best possible light, even though they show little evidence that Forman ever intended to publish them. Fantastic as many of Forman's manuscripts are, it is their more mundane aspects that make them such a priceless record of what daily life was like for ordinary inhabitants of Shakespeare's London. Forman's descriptions of the stench of a privy, the paralyzed limbs of a child, a lost bitch dog with a velvet collar all offer tantalizing glimpses of a world that seems at once very far away and intimately familiar. Anyone who wants to reclaim that world will enjoy this book.
Category: History

Moot Court Casebook

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105061142555
Genre : Mock trials
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Category: Mock trials

The Insurance Casebook

Author : Anthony William Fitzgerald
ISBN : OSU:32435027138262
Genre : Insurance law
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Category: Insurance law

A Casebook For Helping Teachers Teach

Author : Philip M. Turner
ISBN : UOM:39015010365701
Genre : Education
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Offers guidance for school librarians on how to become involved in the process of education and improve the effectiveness of teachers
Category: Education