3 edition of Sectarian reformers in American medicine, 1800-1910 found in the catalog.
Sectarian reformers in American medicine, 1800-1910
John S. Haller
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||John S. Haller, Jr|
|Series||AMS studies in the nineteenth century -- 41|
|LC Classifications||RA395.A3 H3435 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011048742|
John S. Haller, Jr., provides the first modern history of the Eclectic school of American sectarian medicine. The Eclectic school (sometimes called the "American School") flourished in the mid-nineteenth century when the art and science of medicine was undergoing a profound crisis of faith. At the heart of the crisis was a disillusionment with the traditional therapeutics of the day and an. Discount prices on books by John S Haller Jr, including titles like Samuel Thomson and the Poetry of Botanic Medicine, Click here for the lowest price.
Medical Protestants The Eclectics in American Medicine, Add to Cart. John S. Haller Jr. $ Paperback (Other formats: E-book) pages, x , 22 illustrations 01/02/ Medical Humanites. Philosophy and Objectives. Education of Medical Missionaries "The American Medical Missionary College, with a full and thorough course of study in medicine and a corps of efficient instructors, and being incorporated under the laws of Illinois, prepared to issue diplomas to those who should satisfactorily complete the course, was the first medical missionary college established, and, as far as.
MEDICAL RESEARCH. MEDICAL RESEARCH in the United States has been very dependent on research standards from overseas as well as American social, economic, and political issues. In the eighteenth century American medicine inherited two traditions: an ancient one of clinical observation, and a more recent one, associated with experimental science, in which conditions were modified and. Medical Protestants: The Eclectics in American Medicine, (New) by Haller, John S. Publisher: Southern Illinois University Press Binding: Hardcover with dust jacket Book ID: , $ Please inquire for availability.
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Sectarian reformers in American medicine, in SearchWorks catalog Skip to search Skip to main content. Orthodoxy and American practice --Old and New World eclectics --Jeremiads and apostates --Reform literature --Reform colleges --Reform societies --Between the Abrahams --Appendices: A.
Reform medical journals to --B. Reform medical colleges to --C. Reform medical. Book Review; Published: 07 November ; SECTARIAN REFORMERS IN AMERICAN MEDICINE – By John S.
Haller Jr. xviii + pp. AMS Press Inc., New York, ISBN R. Gillum 1Author: R. Gillum. Sectarian Reformers in American Medicine, by John S. Haller Be the first to review this item Reveals a century of ferment in American medicine, when the energies of many doctors focused on the prospect of reform and when much of their.
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SECTARIAN REFORMERS IN AMERICAN MEDICINE – by John S. Haller Jr. SECTARIAN REFORMERS IN AMERICAN MEDICINE – by John. John S. Haller,Jr., provides the first modern history of the Eclectic school of American sectarian medicine. The Eclectic school (sometimes called the "American School") flourished in the mid-nineteenth century when the art and science of medicine was undergoing a profound crisis of by: Homeopathic Medicine.
Homeopathic medicine was developed by a German physician named Samuel Hahneman in the s and imported to the United States by Dr. Hans Burch Gram in Hahneman also emphasized the healing power of nature, maintaining that if left alone the body would usually heal itself. Divided Legacy (Vols. I-IV) is a history of Western medical philosophy from the time of Hippocrates to the twentieth century, treating it as a unified system of thought rather than a series of fortuitous discovers.
Coulter interprets the development of medical ideas as the product of a conflict between two opposed systems of thought, Empiricism and Rationalism. Efforts to address the problems compounded by the growth of medical schools took shape in and with the formation of the American Medical Association.
By the s the elite of American medicine pressed for stricter standards, the regulation of medical practice, and the reform of medical school curricula along more scientific lines.
Haller’s newest book, Sectarian Reformers in American Medicine, –, suggests that to accept orthodoxy’s depiction of medicine’s sectarian reformers is a serious mistake since medical orthodoxy was little more than a sect itself through much of the nineteenth century.
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A Vital Force: Women in American Homeopathy offers a new interpretation of women's roles in modern medicine. Kirschmann strengthens and clarifies the history of homeopathic women physicians and creates a framework of comparison to "regular," or orthodox, physicians.2/5(1).He is the author of Outcasts From Evolution: Scientific Attitudes of Racial Inferiority, (; ; ); The Physician and Sexuality in Victorian America (; ; ) with Robin Haller; American Medicine in Transition, (); Battlefield Medicine: A History of the Military Ambulance from the Napoleonic Wars Through World War I (; ); Medical Protestants: The .AMERICAN SECTARIAN MEDICAL COLLEGES shire.
He moved to Boston before where he spent the remainder of his life. The birth of the cult may be placed as about when he formulated his method of practice under the name of botanic medicine, soon popularly called Thomsonianism. He published a " medical circular " at Portsmouth.