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Bibliography Page II
Theses books are selected as relevant to the history of Welsh medicine.
The Society does not sell the books but you will find likely suppliers should you wish to purchase.

McIntyre

Medical Detectives - The lives and cases of Britain's Forensic Five
ROBIN O'DELL. (2013), The History Press, 224 pages. ISBN: 978-0752464497 (0752464493)
Paperback.
Available from: Amazon.co.uk
Foreward by Professor Bernard Knight, CBE.The development of forensic pathology in Britain is told here through the lives of five outstanding medical pioneers. Spanning seventy years, their careers and achievements marked major milestones in the development of legal medicine, their work and innovation laying the foundations for modern crime scene investigation (CSI). Bernard Spilsbury, Sydney Smith and Professors Glaister, Camps and Simpson were the original expert witnesses. Between them, they performed over 200,000 post-mortems during their professional careers, establishing crucial elements of murder investigation such as time, place and cause of death.
 

How British Women Became Doctors - The Story of the Royal Free Hospital and its Medical School.
Neil McIntyre.
(2014), Wenrowave Press, 580 pages.
Hardcover & Paperback.
Available from the author.
 

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Journal of Medical Biography.
Editor: Christopher Gardner-Thorpe, (February 1993 - ), The Royal Society of Medicine Journals,
Quarterly Periodical.
Available from: Sage Publications Ltd., 1 Oliver's Yard, 55 City Road, London EC1Y 1SP
A highly illustrated look at the lives of extraordinary people who have shaped the world of medicine today, The Journal of Medical Biography covers medical personalities and many others in the field of health care, hospitals, instruments, techniques and so on. It features original research on persons and places, legendary and less well known, and provides a fresh new perspective on life and lives.
 

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THE NORTH WALES QUARRY HOSPITALS and the Health and Wellfare of the Quarrymen
Edward Davies. (2003), Gwynnedd Archives Service, 311 pages. ISBN 0-901337-83-8
Hardback.
Available used from: Amazon.co.uk

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Guthrie's War: A Surgeon of the Peninsula and Waterloo
Michael Crumplin. (2010), Pen & Sword Military, 256 pages. ISBN 978-1848842458
Hardback.
Available used from: Amazon.co.uk
George James Guthrie is one of the unsung heroes of the Peninsular War and Waterloo, and of British military medicine. He was a guiding light in surgery. He was not only a soldier's surgeon and a hands-on doctor, he also set a precedent by keeping records and statistics of cases. While the innovations in the medical services of the French Republic and Empire have been publicized, a military surgeon of the calibre of Guthrie has been largely ignored by students of the period - until now.

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