Ireland and medicine in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries /Series: The history of medicine in context Published by : Ashgate, (Farnham, England ; | Burlington, VT :) Physical details: xiv, 227 p. ; 25 cm. ISBN:9781138261976.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
The role of Dublin-based graduate physicians in professionalizing medical practice in Ireland, c. 1619-1654 / Mary Ann Lyons -- Medicinal practice and Gaelic Ireland / Charlie Dillon -- Medicine and miracles in the late seventeenth century : Bernard Connor's Evangelium Medici (1697) / Liam Chambers -- Medicine, religion, and social mobility in eighteenth and early nineteenth-century Ireland / Laurence Brockliss -- Domestic medication and medical care in late early-modern Ireland / James Kelly -- Institutional medicine and state intervention in eighteenth-century Ireland / Andrew Sneddon -- Gendered medical advice within Anglo-Irish correspondence : a case study of the Cary-Jurin letters, 1733-42 / Wendy Churchill -- The wider cultures of eighteenth-century Irish doctors / Toby Barnard -- A question of authority : advancing the medical career abroad : the case of Daniel O'Sullivan (1760-c.1797) / Fiona Clark.