History of Health Sciences Supercourse

History of Health Sciences Supercourse:

Project, designed to deliver the scientific lectures on History of Health Sciences to physicians, public health specialists and the scientists across the world

Mission

To collect and distribute the best scientific lectures on History of Health Sciences

Lectures From Clemson University:

Reshaping the English Landscape to Minimize Disease    Reshaping the American Landscape to Minimize Disease

Lectures by Sharif Kaf Al-Ghazal, Plastic & Reconstructive surgeon, England:

The discovery of the pulmonary circulation - who should get the credit: ibn Al-Nafis or William Harvey?   in Chinese

The origin of Bimaristans (hospitals) in Islamic medical history

Al-Zahrawi (Albucasis) : A light in the dark middle ages in Europe

Other Related Lectures:

EPIDEMIOLOGY OF DIABETES – ITS HISTORY IN THE LAST 50 YEARS  in Chinese

History of Public Health in Russia. From 1800’s to 1917

Russian Health profiles in Transition

The History of Bioterrorism   in Chinese   in Spanish

Global Polio Eradication: history, achievements & challenges

Birth Abnormalities: Changing Interpretations Across Time

Emerging Infectious Diseases and Bioterrorism

History of Health Sciences Supercourse Lectures

William Oslerís Impact on the Principles and Practice of Medicine

Historical Problems Associated with the Report on Medical Education in the United States and Canada by Abraham Flexner of Louisville, Kentucky

The History of Public Health in Chinese

Short History of NIH   (in Spanish)

Cholera-History 

 A Brief Introduction to Epidemiology - II (History of Infectious Disease & Epidemiology)     (In Spanish)

The History of The Pan American Health Organization

  Can We Learn From History? Policy Responses & Strategies to Meet Health Care Needs in Times of Severe Economic Crisis

Osler’s “Study of the Act of Dying” (1900-1904): An Analysis of the Original Data

Civil War Medicine

Doctor Franklin’s Medicine. The Electrical Cure

A Corrosive Plaster for Vices (Medical Ethics in 17th & Early 18th Century, New England)

The Medical Environment of the Ironclad Navy

Thomas Young: Physician Polymath

1976 Swine Flu Vaccine Debacle and U.S. Vaccine Strategy for Avian Flu: History Repeating Itself?

Celestial Harmony, Religeous Acrimony and Medical Redemption

Lectures by Jonathon Erlen, Coordinator of the History project,  University of Pittsburgh, PA:   

ANCIENT HISTORY OF MEDICINE

ANCIENT GREEK MEDICINE

ANCIENT ALEXANDRIAN AND ROMAN MEDICINE

AIDS BASIC THEMES DURING EPIDEMICS

Birth Control and Abortion in American History

Folk Medicine, Health Fads, and Faith Healing

History of American Health Insurance 

History of American Public Health

History of American Quackery

The Expanding Scope of History of Science: Doctoral Dissertations Part I  Part II

Accessing Untapped Research on Women’s Health

BYZANTINE AND ISLAMIC MEDICINE. Part I   Part II

FACTORS IN THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN PUBLIC HEALTH HISTORY. Part I  Part II   Part III  Part IY

AMERICAN COLONIAL MEDICINE. Part I    Part II    Part III

AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR MEDICINE

AMERICAN THERAPEUTICS REVOLUTIONARY TO THE CIVIL WAR. Part I     Part II


If you have any comments or questions on this page or the Supercourse, please contact Professor Ronald E LaPorte or Professor Jonathon Erlen. If you would like to donate a lecture to the Supercourse, please contact Faina Linkov or Eugene Shubnikov

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