The Evolution of British General Practice 1850-1948

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General Index
Aberdeen177
accommodation 139-44, 210, 213, 286
see also branch surgeries
accoucheurs, see midwifery; midwives; obstetrics
accounts, practitioners' 94-5, 107, 135, 137-8, 213, 242, 268, 276, 314
ledgers 95, 108-9, 115, 138-9
see also bills; debts, expenditure; fees
Acts of Parliament:
Maternity and Child Welfare ( 1918) 203
Medical ( 1858) 2, 8, 32-3, 38-9, 47
Medical Amendment ( 1886) 200
Midwives ( 1902 and 1936) 207
National Health Insurance ( 1911) 2, 10, 306
National Health Service ( 1946) 2, 8, 10, 326, 330
Africa82
see also South Africa
agencies 137
Allen and Hanbury 214
Alternative medicine:
bonesetting 35-6
herbalism 195, 224, 227
homeopathy 32, 224, 227
see also household remedies; quacks
alternative practitioners:
and legislation 38-9
and medical competition 32-3, 241, 308
see also alternative medicine; quacks
ambulances 147, 274
see also appointments
anti-semitism 85, 134
apothecaries:
as surgeon-apothecaries 79
professional development of 72 n. 8
see also chemists
Apothecaries, Society of 50
appointments in the community (non-medical) 78-9, 210, 261-2, 263, 265-6, 268, 271
appointments, medically related:
ambulance 81, 265, 266, 271
assurance and compensation 99, 102, 121, 189
colliery 271-5
coroner 81, 268
honorary 79
hospital 14, 195, 207, 210, 264-6, 271, 301, 339
industrial 79, 80, 210
medical women's 160-3, 170
medico-legal 105, 121
military 79, 86-9, 265-6
National Health Insurance 14, 67, 105, 170
police surgeon 80, 121
poor law 14, 79, 103, 105, 119, 250-2
prison 121
public health 89, 121, 163, 264, 300, 301
role in practice viability 14, 34, 66-7, 78-9, 93-4, 103, 169, 264-8, 300-1, 305
sanatorium 268
school medical service 163, 166, 305
shared 119
teaching 60, 64
vaccinator 96, 104, 121, 264, 271
see also Medical Officers
apprenticeship 45, 53, 72, 137
as locum or assistant 126
as pupil 45
see also assistants; education; recruitment; training
army, see appointments; military medicine
assistants 6, 16, 43, 46-7, 63, 108, 127-30, 137, 165, 315
see also education; recruitment
Association of Registered Medical Women of the UK177-8
Australia83
Austria85
bacteriology see scientific medicine
bankruptcies, medical 97
Bayer 214
Bedfordshire 142
bedside manner and practitioners':
appearance 146, 181
Hemeanour 199, 224, 236
professional status 40, 127, 304
Bevan, A.330, 332, 335
Beveridge Report ( 1942) 325
bills, medical 94, 120, 334
see also accounts
Boots 227
Borneo 162

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Plates, Maps, and Figures xi
  • List of Tables xiii
  • Abbreviations xiv
  • 1 - Constructing General Practice 1
  • PART I - Careers 21
  • 3 - Recruitment, Education, and Training 40
  • 4 - Reinventing Roles 66
  • PART II - In Practice 91
  • The Medical Market 93
  • 6 - Organizing A Practice 126
  • 7 - Women Practitioners 154
  • 8 - Medical Investigation and Treatment 187
  • 9 - Patients 224
  • PART III - A Wider World 257
  • 10 - Public Duties and Private Lives 259
  • 11 - Generalists, Specialists, and Others 287
  • 12 - National Health Insurance 306
  • 13 - The National Health Service 325
  • Select Bibliography 343
  • Index of Medical Names 365
  • General Index 369
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