From Cradle to Grave: Health, Medicine and Lifecycle in Mod

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From Cradle to Grave: Health, Medicine and Lifecycle in Modern Britain (HI278)

Lecture 1: Being Interdisciplinary and Watching the Media: How to Approach this Module

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LECTURE OUTLINE

Administration

Course Overview

The Social History of Medicine: Historiography

Changing Experiences of Health in the 20

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Health and the Media

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LECTURE

Monday 2-3pm in S0.11 (Social Sciences)

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GROUP 1: Monday 3-4pm in H0.05

GROUP 2: Monday 4-5pm in H0.05

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Email: K.Woods@warwick.ac.ukPhone: 02476 523452Office: 317 Humanities BuildingOffice Hours: Thursday 4-5pm & Friday 11-12pm

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James Ballie,

The Life and Age of Man. Stages of Man’s Life, from the Cradle to the Grave

(1848)

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James Ballie,

The Life and Age of Woman. Stages of Woman’s Life, from the Cradle to the Grave

(1848)

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‘[it] is for us to promote the study of the entire spectrum of medical history utilising the values and techniques of the new 'social history'. This is not simply a matter of adopting the broader rather than narrower conception of social medicine. Rather it involves, relegating to a subordinate place any linear account of medical progress, in favour of an approach which is primarily concerned with contributing to an understanding of the dynamics of any particular society.’

Charles Webster (1974)

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‘It takes two to make a medical encounter - the sick person as well as the doctor...Indeed it often takes many more than two, because medical events have frequently been complex social rituals involving family and community as well as sufferers and physicians. Moreover a great deal of healing in the past has involved practitioners only marginally, or not at all, and has been primarily a tale of medical self-help, or community care.’

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Infant mortality figures:1900 – per 1000 live births, 154 died before 1st birthday1950 – 30 deaths1985 – 9 deaths

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NHS Employment FiguresTotal employment: 1.6 million people40,236 general practitioners (GPs)351,446 nurses, 18,576 ambulance staff111,963 hospital and community health service medical and dental staff.

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