The Edinburgh School of Medicine : containing the preliminary or fundamental branches of professional education, viz. anatomy, medical chemistry and botany. Intended as an introduction to the clinical guide. The whole forming a complete system of medical education and practice according to the arrangement of the Edinburgh School / by William Nisbet.
- Nisbet, William, 1759-1822.
Talks inc. speech given on presentation of personal portrait to Sir Edward Wayne, Glasgow; `The Changing Face of Medicine' given to British Medical Association, Wolverhampton Branch; Opening address to annual conference on `Audiovisual systems in medical education' 1971; `The Social Implications of Medical Research' inaugural lecture given to Faculty of Medicine, University of Leeds 1971; Address given on laying of foundation stone of the Burton District Graduate Medical Centre 1972; various after-dinner speeches given to Hospital Management, Camera Club and Association of Clinical Pathologists, Warwick
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- Wayne, Sir Edward Johnson (1902-1990)
- Archives and manuscripts
Developing the best research professionals : qualified graduate nurses : recommendations for preparing and supporting clinical academic nurses of the future / report of the UKCRC subcommittee for Nurses in Clinical Research (Workforce).
- UK Clinical Research Collaboration. Subcommittee for Nurses in Clinical Research (Workforce)
Medically- and dentally-qualified academic staff : recommendations for training the researchers and educators of the future / this report has been produced by the UK Clinical Research Collaboration and Modernising Medical Careers.
- UK Clinical Research Collaboration. Academic Careers Sub-Committee
Protecting human subjects in research : are current safeguards adequate? : hearing before the Subcommittee on Public Health of the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, second session, on examining current safeguards concerning the protection of human subjects in research, while facilitating critical medical research, April 23, 2002.
- United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions. Subcommittee on Public Health.
Bristol's quest to establish a contemporary and coherent curriculum, 1944-1967 : how preclinical and clinical courses at the University of Bristol adjusted in response to changes in medical education and higher education, and to mounting medical specialisation / Thea Vidnes.
- Vidnes, Thea.
- Student dissertations