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Herman, G. Ernest.
Difficult Labour: A Guide to its Management for Students and Practitioners
(Cassell, new and enlarged edition, 1910). New and Enlarged Edition, With Added Chapters on Retroversion of the Gravid Uterus and Puerperal Eclampsia. With 180 illustrations. Paperback. A rather shakey ex-library copy. Binding loose (needs rebinding), lacks original cover, (has library jacket). A working copy only. 547pp. Order No. NSBK-C13896
Keywords: B00087WBKW, labour, history of childbirth, having a baby, Edwardian, women's history, maternity, motherhood, medical, medicine, labor, uterus, uterine, gynaecology, obstetrics, Britain, British, England, English, history, United Kingdom, UK
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Burton, Robert.
The Anatomy of Melancholy: Now for the First Time with the Latin Completely Given in Translation and Embodied in an All-English text
(Tudor Publishing, new edition, 1938). Edited by Floyd Dell and Paul Jordan-Smith. Hardback. Ex library with minimal library stamps and stickers. Page edges darkened, edges and corners worn, otherwise good+, solid. 1036pp. Order No. NSBK-A14820
Keywords: B002NZX4TY, Latin, The Anatomy of Melancholy, sadness, sorrow, seventeenth-century, 17th century, history, medicine, medical, melancholia, clinical depression, psychology, psychiatry, literature, early modern
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Groves, Derek.
The Roof of Africa on Wheels:
(Alfresco Books, 1999). Commentary by Jon Amos. Foreword by Chris Bonnington. Jon Amos became a paraplegic following a road accident when just 17. Since then he has advanced the awareness of what a person with a disability can achieve by the challenges he has personally undertaken, raising thousands of pounds for charity in the process. In 1998 he attained an altitude record by someone in a wheelchair - 16,040 feet up Mount Kilimanjaro. This book vividly describes the preparation and actual ascent by Jon and the team. With a fascinating selection of colour photographs, this story of Jon's grit and determination, and the dedicated teamwork of those who accompanied him, makes inspiring reading. Paperback. Fine. 104pp. Order No. NSBK-A6269
Keywords: 1873727119, Africa, African, Derek Groves, Alfresco Books, Jon Amos, Chris Bonnington, wheelchairs, mountains, mountaineering, disabilities, disability, teamwork, climbing, Mount Kilimanjaro, twentieth century, paraplegics, paraplegic sports, Moshi International School, Moshi Club, Tanzania, wheelchair sport, British Wheelchair Sports Foundation, Marangu Gate, Tanzanian National Parks, TANAPA, Arusha, Mkombozi Street Kids Project, Kishari Orphanage, Mandara Hut, Brice Bennett's Trekking Lodge, Horombo, Kibo, Mwereni Primary School, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre, KCMC, Arusha National Park, Ngurdoto Crater, Momella Lodge, Poverty Africa, Cyclone Wheelchairs
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Hutt, C. W.
Crowley's Hygiene of School Life:
(Methuen, 8th edit., 1929). With 6 plates and 15 diagrams. Hardback. Light rubbing/slight soiling to cloth, otherwise good. xvi + 426pp. Order No. NSBK-A9787
Keywords: hygiene, schools, school, schooling, Britain, British, England, English, history, education, teachers, students, physical, health, child, children, twentieth century, school meals, infants, baths, bathing, exercise, games, medical, infectious disease
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Ghilchik, Margaret.
The Fellowship of Women: Two Hundred Surgical Lives
(Smith-Gordon & Co Ltd, 2011). The Fellowship of Women recounts the struggle of women to be accepted as surgical Fellows of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. In describing the professional careers and private lives of the first two hundred women to become Fellows from 1911 to 1970 - their practice continuing into that of their successors on into the present - Margaret Ghilchik, herself one of the number, adds a dimension to the social and medical history of the period and to the inspiring story of women's emancipation in the face of male surgeon's obstinacy. The author emphasizes the effect of the World Wars, when the role of women as surgeons could not be checked, but suggests that in modern times the numbers of women Fellows may have been less than expected. Paperback. New book, fine. xiv + 323pp. Order No. NSBK-C15241
Keywords: 9781854632463, women surgeons, women and work, professional women, medicine, medical, history, social history, Margaret Ghilchik, occupations, higher education, surgery, training, surgical, Fellows, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson
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