5 edition of A discourse upon the institution of medical schools in America found in the catalog.
Dedicated to Samuel Powel.Signatures: pi⁴ a-c⁴ chi² B-I⁴ (I3 verso, I4 blank).Evans 10082.Hildeburn, C.R.Pennsylvania, 2147.Austin, R.B.Early Amer. medical imprints, 1335.Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 10082).
|Statement||Printed and sold by William Bradford, at the corner of Market and Front-Streets|
|Publishers||Printed and sold by William Bradford, at the corner of Market and Front-Streets|
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|Pagination||xvi, 125 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Instead, the practices were confined to a narrower group of experimenters who had limited and only temporary success against the reality of science and common sense. Let Us now consider in a brief manner the advantages we may hope for from the execution of our design. Other surgeons and hospitals lacked the scruples of Dr. From my personal acquaintance with many of the managers when I attended the hospital some years ago, I am persuaded they would readily encourage this plan.
Besides men of great abilities and eminence, under whom they may see private practice, the hospital of this city is a great persuasive to determine a concourse of medical students to this place.
" To accomplish this demands the brightest talents, a liberal education and great experience. better consigned to one whose inclination, experience, and address, qualify him for the irksome, but needful task! The mania results from the developing concept that patient desire should be the primary if not sole determinant of medical treatment.
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Professional medical societies cower before these activists and create guidelines based not on science but on politics.
Few here can be ignorant of the great opportunities he has had abroad of qualifying himself in Anatomy, and that he has already given three courses thereof in this city, and designs to enter upon a fourth course next Winter.
4 - Future Goals prompt Professionalism and the ability to gain respect in the community in which you live is of utmost importance as you embark upon a career as a physician.
What grand enterprize was ever accomplished without any difficulties? The goal of URN is to provide students with learning experiences outside of the classroom; most departments at University of Virginia have active undergraduate research programs and are designed to be flexible for both students and faculty members.