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*  Ann Wigmore
While these ideas were dismissed by scientists and the medical profession of his day as quackery, they gained a following in ... She also listed a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and a Doctor of Naturopathy (ND) degree at different times. None of her ... Thomas, Patricia (June 13, 1988). "Woman sued over soup 'cure.'". Medical World News. Alamenciak, Tim (February 21, 2015). " ...
*  Library of Congress Classification:Class R -- Medicine
Medical missionaries R723-726 Medical philosophy. Medical ethics R726.5-726.8 Medicine and disease in relation to psychology. ... Medical informatics R864 Medical records R895-920 Medical physics. Medical radiology. Nuclear medicine RA1-418.5 Medicine and ... Medical practice economics R735-854 Medical education. Medical schools. Research R855-855.5 Medical technology R856-857 ... Economics of medical care. Employment RA411-415 Provisions for personal medical care. Medical care plans RA418-418.5 Medicine ...
*  John of Alexandria
Nutton, Vivian (1991). "John of Alexandria Again: Greek Medical Philosophy in Latin Translation". The Classical Quarterly. 41 ( ... 600-42) was a Byzantine medical writer who lived in Alexandria, in present-day Egypt. He is thought to be the author of a ... entered in the margins of a Greek translation of an Arabic medical text. ...
*  History of medical diagnosis
The Oslerian ideal of medical practice continues to dominate medical philosophy today. The patient is a collective of symptoms ... The history of medical diagnosis began in earnest from the days of Imhotep in ancient Egypt and Hippocrates in ancient Greece ... An Egyptian medical textbook, the Edwin Smith Papyrus written by Imhotep (fl. 2630-2611 BC), was the first to apply the method ... For his medical students he believed that the best textbook was the patient himself-analysis of morbid anatomy and pathology ...
*  Paracelsus
In Beratzhausen, Paracelsus prepared Paragranum, his main work on medical philosophy, completed 1530. Moving on to Saint Gall, ... Paracelsus used chemistry and chemical analogies in his teachings to medical students and to the medical establishment, many of ... witnessed the medical skills of Paracelsus, and the two scholars initiated a letter dialogue on medical and theological ... The great medical problem of this period was syphilis, then-recently imported from the West Indies, and running rampant as a ...
*  Peter N. T. Wells
He also proposed a novel philosophy of medical imaging. More recently, he has been developing ultrasonic Doppler and phase- ... Peter Neil Temple Wells CBE DSc FMedSci FREng FIET FInstP FLSW FRS (1936 in Bristol, England - 2017) was a British medical ...
*  Elisha Bartlett
An sssay on the philosophy of medical science, (1844). The history, diagnosis, and treatment of the fevers of the United States ... Rhode Island Medical Society, p. 19. Kelly, Howard A.; Burrage, Walter L., eds. (1920). "Bartlett, Elisha". American Medical ... Levi Wheaton of Providence, he earned an M.D. degree at Brown Medical School in 1826. Beginning with his appointment as ... Except for his tenure at Berkshire Medical College, he remained in Lowell throughout the 1830s. In April, 1836, Lowell received ...
*  Johann Michael Leupoldt
Popularphilosophie der Heilkunde, 1826 - Popular philosophy of medical science. Uber den Entwicklungsgang der Psychiatrie, 1833 ... In 1818 he obtained his medical doctorate at the University of Erlangen, and following graduation taught classes at Erlangen in ... Leupoldt was the author of numerous medical works. He published scientific articles in Christian Friedrich Nasse's "Zeitschrift ... Über ärztliche Bildung und Bildungsanstalten, 1853 - On medical education and educational establishments. [1] Who are the ...
*  Hirudo medicinalis
The four humors of ancient medical philosophy were blood, phlegm, black bile, and yellow bile.) Any sickness that caused the ... The Mexican medical leech is Hirudinaria manillensis, and the North American medical leech is Macrobdella decora. The general ... Helminthic therapy - other medical use of parasites Ichthyotherapy - medical use of fish Utevsky, S.; Zagmajster, M. & Trontelj ... Medical use of leeches was discussed by Avicenna in The Canon of Medicine (1020s), and by Abd-el-latif al-Baghdadi in the 12th ...
*  On Ancient Medicine
The school of Croton rejected the notion of cure by contraries while championing the medical philosophy that perceived the ... Agrigentum was the home of Empedocles, while Croton harbored the Pythagorean sect of medical philosophy. The school of ... The conflict between these two schools of thought became manifest in their medical philosophies. Whereas, Alcmaeon argued that ... Whereas it is Empedocles' medical philosophy that ultimately inspires the humoral doctrine of human nature, it is Alcmaeon's ...
*  G. A. den Hartogh
His interests include moral philosophy, legal philosophy and medical ethics. As an ethicist and philosopher, den Hartogh has ... He studied theology and philosophy and received his Ph.D. from the University of Amsterdam in 1985. He was a fellow at the ... Law and Philosophy Library, Vol. 56, Kluwer, The Hague 2002 'The authority of intention.' Ethics, Vol. 115 (2004), 6-34 ' ... A Conventionalist Theory of Obligation.' Law and Philosophy, Vol. 17 (1998), 351-376 Introduction to: G.A. den Hartogh (ed.), ...
*  Golding Bird
Also in 1839, Bird published his own Elements of Natural Philosophy, a textbook on physics for medical students. Taking the ... Bird lectured on natural philosophy, medical botany and urinary pathology from 1836 to 1853 at Guy's. He lectured on materia ... "Review: Elements of natural philosophy, second edition", Provincial Medical and Surgical Journal, p. 64. 1 May 1844. "Golding ... "Transactions of the Medical Society of London, Jan 15 1844", The Medical Times, vol. 9, no. 227, pp. 271-274, 27 January 1844. ...
*  Journal of Acupuncture and Meridian Studies
In that way, it's similar to extinct medical philosophies such as the "Western" medical philosophy of humorism. One aspect of ... "fake medical journal", and his critique was repeated in an article written for Monthly Index of Medical Specialities exploring ... "Is acupuncture a medical sham or a genuine treatment?". MIMS News. Retrieved 2017-01-14. S, Jason; Says, Ers (2014-08-25). "ACC ... It was established in 2008 and is published by Elsevier on behalf of the Medical Association of Pharmacopuncture Institute. The ...
*  Mark Whiteley
He has also been interviewed about his personal medical philosophy and the reasons not to have surgery. Whiteley self-published ... for medical students or those wishing to be medical students. Professor Mark Whiteley and his team have won many prizes for ... In 2012 Whiteley began using a new method of treating varicose veins using a kind of medical superglue called VenaSeal, which ... Whiteley has become recognised as a business leader in medical businesses, winning the Toast of Surrey "Business Personality of ...
*  Philosophy of medicine
Making Medical Knowledge. Oxford University Press. Tomasi, D.L., 2016. Medical Philosophy: A Philosophical Analysis of Patient ... Perhaps the most well known area is medical ethics, which overlaps with bioethics. It can be distinguished from the philosophy ... Medical Philosophy: Conceptual Issues in Medicine, Singapore: World Scientific. Fagot-Largeault, A., 2010. Medecine et ... Khushf G (2013). "A framework for understanding medical epistemologies". The Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. 38 (5): 461-86 ...
*  Mario Bunge
2013: Medical Philosophy: Conceptual Issues in Medicine. New Jersey: World Scientific Publishing Company. 2016: Between Two ... "Philosophy of Science and Technology: A Personal Report", Contemporary Philosophy, Volume 8: Philosophy of Latin America, pp. ... Dictionary of Philosophy. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books. 1998. Philosophy of Science, 2 Vols. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction ... Strategy and Philosophy. Berlin, New York: Springer-Verlag. Reprinted as Philosophy of Science (1998). 1967. Foundations of ...
*  Traditional African medicine
"The Philosophy of African Medical Practice". A Journal of Opinion. African Studies Association. 9 (3): 25-28. JSTOR 1166259. ... complementary and alternative medicine into the curriculum of South African medical schools". BMC Medical Education. 14 (1): 40 ... Hospitals and medical facilities are difficult for many Africans to get to. With vast areas of land and poor road and ... There are many reasons why the Western medical system has not been as effective in Africa as it has in more developed parts of ...
*  Law of attraction (New Thought)
Hedesan, Delia Georgiana (2012). "'Christian Philosophy': Medical Alchemy and Christian Thought in the Work of Jan Baptista Van ... In the New Thought philosophy , the law of attraction is the belief that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts people ... A key component of the philosophy is that in order to effectively change one's negative thinking patterns, one must also "feel ... Non-science posing as science; Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy Hughes, Ron. "Phineas Parkhurst Quimby". Retrieved 5 ...
*  Tulane University School of Medicine
American philosopher specializing in continental philosophy and medical ethics. Professor of philosophy at Rice University. ... Tulane Medical Center University Medical Center New Orleans Ochsner Medical Center Veterans Affairs Medical Center Tulane ... The school was founded in 1834 as the Medical College of Louisiana and is the 15th oldest medical school in the United States ... Warren Stone, a young physician who received his medical degree from the Medical School of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, was one ...
*  Primum non nocere
British Medical Journal electronic responses and commentary, 1 September 2002. An Essay on the Philosophy of Medical Science, ... Morris Fishbein, the long-time editor of The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) in 1930. The article also ... "Book review of Foundation for a New Theory and Practice of Medicine". The American Journal of the Medical Sciences. ... Adams, Greek: ἀσκέειν, περὶ τὰ νουσήματα, δύο, ὠφελέειν, ἢ μὴ βλάπτειν). According to Gonzalo Herranz, Professor of Medical ...
*  Peter Wenz
... political remedial philosophy, and medical ethics. Wenz, Peter S. (1988). Environmental Justice. New York: SUNY. Wenz, Peter S ... He received his B.A. in philosophy in 1967 from Harpur College of the State University of New York at Binghamton (now ... Peter S. Wenz (born 1945) is Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at the University of Illinois at Springfield, University Scholar ... Wenz, Peter S. (2007). Political Philosophies in Moral Conflict. Boston: McGraw-Hill. Wenz, Peter S. (2009). Beyond Red and ...
*  Peking University
Science and Engineering Law School School of International Studies School of Government Department of Philosophy Medical School ... Beijing Medical University used to be Medical School of Peking University and was separated from Peking University at 1952. ... In 2000, Beijing Medical University was merged back into Peking University and became the Peking University Health Science ... asteroid named after Peking University Affiliated High School of Peking University Beijing International MBA Beijing Medical ...
*  Oliva Sabuco
... de Nantes Barrera (1562-1622) was a Spanish writer in holistic medical philosophy in the late 16th - early 17th ... She was well acquainted with classical and contemporary philosophy and was knowledgeable about medical theory. By age 25 she ... Social Order and Human Body in Renaissance Medical Thought. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 15 (2): 176, 178. ... Waithe, M. E., Vintro M. C., & Zorita, C. A. (Eds.), New philosophy of human nature: Neither known to nor attained by the great ...
*  Karolina Widerström
In 1879, she received her exam at Wallinska skolan and in 1880 her exam in medical philosophy at the university at Uppsala. In ... She was also active as a medical gymnast. ... May 1884, she received her medical exam at Karolinska ...
*  Maimonides
... composed works of Jewish scholarship, rabbinic law, philosophy, and medical texts. Most of Maimonides's works were ... Maimonides wrote ten known medical works in Arabic that have been translated by the Jewish medical ethicist Fred Rosner into ... Kohler, George Y. (2012). "Reading Maimonides's Philosophy in 19th Century Germany". Amsterdam Studies in Jewish Philosophy. ... Medical Aphorisms of Moses (Rosner, 1989, Vol. 3) titled Fusul Musa in Arabic ("Chapters of Moses," Hebrew: פרקי משה) contains ...
*  David F. Swensen
His investing philosophy has been dubbed the "Swensen Approach" and is unique in that it stresses allocation of capital in ... the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Courtauld Institute of Art, the Yale-New Haven Hospital, The Investment Fund for ...
*  Claudia Wiesemann
... studied Medicine, Philosophy, and Medical History at Münster University, Germany. In 1990, she finished her ... Wiesemann C. (2006) The Contribution of Medical History to Medical Ethics. The Case of Brain Death. In: C. Rehmann-Sutter, M. ... Claudia Wiesemann is a German medical ethicist and medical historian. She is full professor and head of the Department of ... She completed all medical exams at Münster University, Germany, in 1985 and worked as resident from 1986 to 1988. Claudia ...