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Title The impact of hospitals, 300-2000 / edited by John Henderson, Peregrine Horden and Alessandro Pastore.
Published Bern ;Oxford : Peter Lang, c2007
Detail 426 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
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Added Author Horden, Peregrine
  Henderson, John, 1949-
  Pastore, Alessandro
  Horden, Peregrine. Alms and the Man :Hospital Founders in Byzantium
  Robbins, Kevin C. Patrimony, Trust, and Trusteeship :The Practice ans Control of Burgundian Philanthropy at Beaune's Hotel-Dieu, c.1630
  Sneider, Matthew Thomas. Treasury of the Poor :Hospital Finance in Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Bologan
  Garbellotti, Marina. Assets of the Poor, Assets of the City :The Management of Hospital Resources in Verona between the Sixteenth and Eighteenth Centuries
  Tanner, Andrea. Too Many Mothers? Female Roles in a Metropolitan Victorian Children's Hospital
  Rawcliffe, Carole. 'A Word from Our Sponsor' :Advertising the Patron in the Medieval Hospital
  Stevenson, Christine. Prints 'proper to shew to Gentlemen' :Representing the British Hospital, c. 1700-50
  Adams, Annmarie. 'That was Then, This is Now' :Hospital Architecture in the Age(s) of Revolution, 1970-2001
  Satchell, Max. Towards a Landscape History of the Rural Hospital in England, 1100-1300
  Onger, Sergio. Formation of the Hospital Network in the Brescian Region between the Eighteenth and Twentieth Centuries
  Cherry, Steve. 'Keeping your hand in ' and Holding On :General Practitioners and Rurla Hospitals in Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century East Anglia
  Gray, Louise. Hospitals and the Lives of the Chronically Sick :Coping with Illness in the Narratives of the Rural Poor in Early Modern Germany
  Von Arni, Eric Gruber. 'Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis' :The Experience of Sick and Wounded Soldiers during the English Civil Wars and Interregnum, 1642-60
  Condrau, Flurin. Institutional Career of Tuberculosis :Social Policy, Medical Institutions and Patients before World War II
  Levene, Alysa. Saving the Innocents :Nursing Foundlings in Florence and London in the Eighteenth Century
  Farinas, Diego Ramiro. Mortality in Hospitals and Mortality in the City in Nineteenth-and Twentieth-Century Spain :The Effect on the Measurement of Urban Mortality Rates of the Mortality of Outsiders in Urban Health Institutions
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