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*  Nicolaas Adrianus Rupke
Medical Geography in Historical Perspective (ed.). London: Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine, 2000. Richard ...
*  Aharbal
Ishtiaq Ahmad Mayer (2007). Medical Geography. APH Publishing, 2007. p. 60. ISBN 978-813130268-2. Retrieved 27 November 2012. " ...
*  Kanger
Mayer, Ishtiaq Ahmad (2007). Medical Geography. APH Publishing. p. 24. ISBN 978-81-313-0268-2. Isaac, John; Art Davidson (2008 ... Raina, A. N. (1981). Geography of Jammu and Kashmir. National Book Trust. p. 144. OCLC 9260048. Hueper, Wilhelm C. (1942). ...
*  Polymorphism (biology)
Medical Geography. Guilford.[clarification needed] Allison A.C. (1956). "The sickle-cell and Hemoglobin C genes in some African ... doi:10.1111/j.1469-1809.1971.tb00266.x. Ford, E. B. 1973 (1942). Genetics for Medical Students (7th ed.). London: Chapman & ...
*  Disease diffusion mapping
138 Pyle, Gerald F. "Studies of Disease Diffusion." Applied Medical Geography. V.H. Winston & Sons, Washington, D.C., 1979: pp ... 189-209 Pyle, Gerald F. "Studies of Disease Diffusion." Applied Medical Geography. V.H. Winston & Sons, Washington, D.C., 1979 ... 1981: Pyle, 1979, 137 from Gould, 1969 Pyle, Gerald F. "Studies of Disease Diffusion." Applied Medical Geography. V.H. Winston ... Applied Medical Geography. V.H. Winston & Sons, Washington, D.C., 1979: pp. 123-163 Cromley, Ellen K. and Sarah L. McLafferty. ...
*  Charaka Samhita
"Medical geography in Charaka Samhita". Ayu. 35 (4): 371-377. doi:10.4103/0974-8520.158984. PMC 4492020 . PMID 26195898. ... The Charaka Samhita is among the most important ancient medical treatises. It is one of the foundational texts of the medical ... published by Muniyal Institute of Ayurveda Medical Sciences, Manipal. 2005 [3] Meulenbeld, G. J. A History of Indian Medical ... The ideal medical student He should be of a mild disposition, noble by nature, never mean in his acts, free from pride, strong ...
*  John Frank (epidemiologist)
Fourth International Symposium in Medical Geography. University of East Anglia, School of Environmental Sciences, Norwich, U.K ... Did medical advances and increased health care insurance coverage improve mortality from TB and other causes? J Clin Epidemiol ... Canadian Medical Association Journal 1986; 135:618-23. 11. Taylor S, Frank JW, White N, Myers J. Modelling the incidence of ... Canadian Medical Association Journal 1985; 132:516-21. 4. Frank JW. Explaining vaccine failures: The use of a sports analogy. ...
*  Health geography
The study of health geography has been influenced by repositioning medical geography within the field of social geography due ... al The Dictionary of Human Geography (Fifth Edition). Oxford:Blackwell. pp.325-326 Philo, Chris (2009). "Medical Geography". In ... Litva, Andréa (1995). "Coming out: exposing social theory in medical geography". Health. 1 (1): 5-14. doi:10.1016/1353-8292(95) ... Health geography is considered to be divided into two distinct elements. The first of which is focused on geographies of ...
*  Kelvyn Jones
... a critical medical geography, Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd, London. Jones Kelvyn (1991). Multi-level Models for Geographical ... 2014) "One step forward but two steps back to the proper appreciation of spatial science." Dialogues in Human Geography 4.1 ( ... He has argued that quantitative analysis in the form of quantitative geography has an important role in emancipatory human ... He was awarded the Murchison Award of the Royal Geographical Society in 2013 for his contribution to quantitative geography; an ...
*  Leonhard Ludwig Finke
de:s:ADB:Finke, Leonhard Ludwig Richard Upjohn Light, The Progress of Medical Geography, Geographical Review Vol. 34, No. 4 ( ... Leonhard Ludwig Finke (1747-1837) was a German physician, known for his contributions to medical geography. He was born 24 ... It was the first work of medical geography with a world-wide scope. He was influenced by Johann Peter Frank, and encouraged by ... Medical Geography. Charles W. J. Withers (15 September 2008). Placing the Enlightenment: Thinking Geographically about the Age ...
*  William Mackenzie (doctor)
His contributions to the scientific literature helped establish the sub field of medical geography. Sir Leslie William ... ISBN 0 902 198 84 X. Mackenzie, Leslie (March 1932). "A HEALTH ADMINISTRATOR'S ATTITUDE TO GEOGRAPHY". Geography. 17 (1): 1 - ... Appointed medical officer for Leith in 1894, he succeeded in dealing with an outbreak of smallpox where his predecessor had ... Edwin Chadwick Poor Laws "SIR W. LESLIE MACKENZIE, M.D. LL.D.Aberd., F.R.C.P.Ed." British Medical Journal. U.S. National ...
*  Azuchi-Momoyama period
From this exposure, Japan received new foods, a new drawing method, astronomy, geography, medical science, and new printing ...
*  Dot distribution map
Display of discrete data in the form of points in a map can provide convincing evidence related to medical geography. During ... "Map Stops Cholera: John Snow's Map of London." About.com:Geography. N.p., 1 May 2010. http://geography.about.com/cs/ ... medical records.[citation needed] In one-to-many dot distribution maps, the reader must be careful not to interpret the dots as ...
*  Adventist University of Health Sciences
The CPHR engages students and faculty in applying geographic information systems technologies to medical geography research, ... The diagnostic medical sonography program, which was established by FHMC in 1988, is accredited by the Commission on ... Robert Williams, then President of Kettering College of Medical Arts, and Dr. Don Sahly, President of SAU, to conduct a study ... In 1913, Florida Hospital a Registered Nursing program was established by what is now Florida Hospital Medical Center (FHMC) ...
*  Maxime Hans Kuczyński
His American granddaughter, Alex Kuczynski, is a journalist and writer.[citation needed] "Social medicine, medical geography ...
*  Mangaldai College
Botany Zoology Assamese Arabic English Bodo Sanskrit History Education Economics Philosophy Political Science Geography Medical ...
*  Kilometres per hour
... medical climatology and geography. 6. Meteorological Journal Company. p. 226. "Power consumed on electric railways". The Street ...
*  Human ecology
1958). "Medical ecology in relation to geography". British Journal of Clinical Practice. 12 (2): 102-110. PMID 13510527. le ... geography, anthropology, sociology, zoology, and psychology. Some authors have argued that geography is human ecology. Much ... The Geography of Nowhere. New York:Touchstone. pp.260 Steiner, D. and M. Nauser (eds.). 1993. Human Ecology: Fragments of Anti- ... However, the term appears to have come into common use in the medical and public health literature in the mid-twentieth century ...
*  Janus (journal)
International Archive for the History of Medicine and Medical Geography]. In his 1895 doctoral dissertation in history, Peypers ... Edelstein, Ludwig (January 1947), "Medical Historiography in 1847", Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 21: 495-511 See in ... journal of the Dutch Society for the History of Medical, Exact, and Natural Sciences]. The society was founded at the same time ...
*  Epidemiological transition
In demography and medical geography, epidemiological transition is a phase of development witnessed by a sudden and stark ... Demographic transition Medical anthropology Medical sociology Nutrition transition Mauck, Aaron Pascal. "Managing Care: History ... Worldwide, mortality rates have decreased as both technological and medical advancements have led to a tremendous decrease in ... Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press/Rochester Studies in Medical History, ISBN 978-1-58046-508-3. ...
*  Social history of England
A Medical Geography of Britain Through the Ages (U of Wales Press, 1997). Kirby, Peter. Child Workers and Industrial Health in ... Medical Services and the Hospital in Britain, 1860-1939 (1996) excerpt and text search Howe G. M. People, Environment, Death ... Technology was also improving because the population had more money to spend on medical technology (for example, techniques to ... and was soon followed by the medical profession. The merchant class prospered with imperial trade. Wahrman (1992) argues that ...
*  Hobart Ocean
... and having earned a Bachelor's in Geography and an M.S. in Medical Geography, he came up with a new name for the band. Hobart ...
*  Social epidemiology
... medical anthropology, medical sociology, health psychology and medical geography, as well as many domains of epidemiology. ...
*  Kirsty Duncan
Duncan is currently an adjunct professor teaching both medical geography at the University of Toronto and global environmental ... She then entered graduate school at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, and completed a Ph.D. in geography in 1992. From ... Kirsty Ellen Duncan PC MP (born October 31, 1966) is a Canadian politician and medical geographer from Ontario, Canada. Duncan ... After graduating from Kipling Collegiate Institute in 1985 as an Ontario Scholar, Duncan studied geography and anthropology at ...
*  Romolo Spezioli
The donation consists of approximately 12,000 volumes of medical works, geography textbooks, cosmography, alchemy, physiognomy ...
*  University of the Punjab, Jhelum
There is special need more department i.e. Botany, Physics, education, Urdu, Pharmacy, Geography, Mathematics, Agriculture, at ... and Zhengzhou Medical University and in Iran with Markaz Nashr-e-Miras-e-Maktoob, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, University of ...