HoM publications authored by and about Western medical faculty

The Canadian Journal of Surgery is publishing a topic collection on the First World War, analyzing the contributions made by Canadian universities to the medical care of Canada’s soldiers in the First World War. CJS intends to continue the Canadian Universities series until the centenary of the Armistice.

Don't miss reading these history of medicine articles recently-published in the open-access Canadian Journal of Surgery:

Michelle A. Hamilton, PhD
Canada’s first indigenous physician? The story of Dr. O (1841–1907)
Can J Surg 2016;60(1):8-10 | PDF

Alexandra C. Istl, MD; Vivian C. McAlister, MB
Western University (No. 10 Canadian Stationary Hospital and No. 14 Canadian General Hospital): a study of medical volunteerism in the First World War
Can J Surg 2016;59(6):371-73 | PDF

Desmond Leddin, MB; Paul Charlebois, MD
Treatment of enemy wounded: evidence from the No. 7 Canadian Stationary Hospital (Dalhousie University)
Can J Surg 2016;60(1):11-13 | PDF | Appendix

Shelley McKellar, PhD
Dr. William Waugh (1851–1936): promoter of change in nineteenth century medical education and practice
Can J Surg 2016;59(2):143-144 | PDF