PHYSICK AND THE FAMILY: HEALTH, MEDICINE AND CARE IN WALES, 1600-1750 – buy it here
Now available in paperback, this volume introduces a wide range of largely unexplored sources to the history of medicine Addresses a number of current key themes in medical history, including patient narratives, domestic medicine and the medical marketplace Employs innovative methodologies and source materials to address hitherto overlooked topics, including care of the sick, medical material culture and poor relief for the sick Adds a new and alternative rural dimension to existing medical studies of Britain and Europe. Its multi-disciplinary methodology, broad scope and range of exciting new research makes it a must for academics and students of medical and social history alike.
PUBLISHER: Manchester University Press
PUBLICATION DATE: 31st August 2013View all Books