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The coroner and the general practitioner.

Milne, R. I.
Date
1959
  • Audio


About this work

Description

Here Dr. R.I. Milne, a London coroner discusses some medico-legal problems as to when the GP should ask for the coroner and when he need not, giving actual examples of cases from his and colleagues experiences.

Publication/Creation

London : Medical Recording Service Foundation, 1959.

Physical description

1 sound cassette (34 min.)

Contributors

Copyright note

Medical Recording Service Foundation

Notes

The Medical Recording Service Foundation, better known by its later title Graves Medical Audiovisual Library, was founded by husband and wife team Drs John and Valerie Graves in 1957 as an educational activity of the College of General Practitioners (from 1972 the Royal College of General Practitioners). It soon became the premier organisation supplying audiovisual materials for all the medical and paramedical professions in the U.K. Initially it was mainly associated with tape-slide programmes, but by the mid-1980s video programmes also became a major medium.

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English


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