• Medical Lectures
These medical history lectures were written in the late 1990s to early 2000s by University of Manitoba professors in the College of Medicine. Their purpose was to educate medical students about the diverse history of medicine across the globe.


Hippocrates on the Red

Dr. Ian Carr

The Lesion

Dr. Ian Carr

The Far Beginnings: A Brief History of Medicine

Dr. Ian Carr

Folk Healing, Alternative, and Parallel Medicines

Dr. Ian Carr

Sense, Twitch, and Soul: An Essay on the History of Neurology

Dr. Ian Carr

Nature of Disease: the Nineteenth Century Medical Revolution

Dr. Ian Carr

Lord Lister Remembers

Dr. Ian Carr

Medical History in Canada and Manitoba

Dr. Ian Carr

Plagues and Peoples: The Columbia Exchange

Dr. Ian Carr

The Salerno Book of Health

Dr. Ian Carr

The Roots of Scientific Medicine

Dr. P. Warren

The Development of a Profession

Dr. P. Warren

Human Anatomy: Early History

Dr. T.V.N. Persaud

Clinical Skills: The Detection of Diseased Organs

Dr. P. Warren

Causes and Prevention of Disease: Bacteriology & Immunology

Dr. P. Warren

The Medical Treatment of Disease

Dr. P. Warren

The Surgical Treatment of Pulmonary and Cardiac Disease

Dr. P. Warren

Some Obstetrical History: Dying to Have a Baby - The History of Childbirth

Dr. Ian Carr

Women in Healing and the Medical Profession

Dr. Ian Carr

Dr. George Kalichman's "First Old Country Clinic"

Dr. I.I. Mayba

History of Medicine: Bibliography and Timeline

Dr. Ian Carr


Authors

 

Dr. Ian Carr

Dr. Carr is Professor Emeritus of Pathology at the University of Manitoba in the College of Medicine (formerly Faculty of Medicine). His published work includes Manitoba Medicine: A Brief History.

Dr. Peter Warren

Dr. Warren came to Winnipeg in 1971 as a specialist in lung disease. While working at both the St. Boniface Hospital and the Health Sciences Centre, Warren advanced research of allergic lung disease, including grain dust exposure. He was a proponent of medical history and while holding the position of President of the Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, passed away in 2011.

Dr. T.V.N. Persaud

Dr. Persaud's research interests include clinical embryology, history of anatomy, and medical education. His published work includes The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology and Before We Are Born: Essentials of Embryology and Birth Defects.

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