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Getting Better is a short documentary that explores three remarkable stories of medical progress: Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Surgery. The film looks at the role of researchers and clinicians, of patients, their families and their advocates, and how information is translated into action. It is the story of research, clinical practice and patient care, and how we have continued to get better over the last 200 years. In 2012 the New England Journal of Medicine celebrates 200 years of publishing practice - changing medical advances. NEJM brings together a global community, from researchers to clinicians, to improve the health of people around the world. The 200th anniversary of NEJM honors all who contribute to this mission. http://nejm200.nejm.org
How did Western medicine developed to today's dualistic approach that treats the illness or disease but fails to recognise the whole person?
Everything all healthcare providers should know about the history of medicine with important practice guidelines.
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Getting Better is a short documentary that explores three remarkable stories of medical progress: Cancer, HIV/AIDS, Surgery. The film looks at the role of . Documentary,2015, GET ON AMAZON.COM - FREE TRIAL OF AMAZON PRIME traditional chinese medicine - the science of acupuncture (documentary). Human Anatomy and Medicine - Documentary Bill Nye takes us through some of the most important discoveries in medicine throughout our history, Like .
Describes the change in medicince over the years from setbacks to discoveries.
The history of Immunology could started as early as 2000 years ago in China. But it took hundreds of years for Immune-Medicine to be researched properly in Europe. Epidemics like the Black Death usually had it pretty easy in human history: A lack of understanding and missing hygiene were an ideal breeding ground. That changed fundamentally during groundbreaking discoveries in the 19th century. Robert Koch and his students’ paved the way for modern medicine and vaccination research. » The Complete PLAYLIST: http://bit.ly/TheIndustrialRevolution » More about Florence Nightingale, the mother of modern nursing: http://bit.ly/FlorenceNightingaleIR » JOIN OUR COMMUNITY FOR MORE HISTORY KNOWLEDGE! Write us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/ITSHISTORYfb Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/thehi...
To the modern mind, many of the medical treatments of the past seem barbaric and primitive. In a time when very little was understood about how the human body worked, diseases were often believed to be caused by evil spirits or bad luck, and treatments would often do more harm than good. Here are my choices for 5 of the most barbaric medical treatments from history. Website: http://www.Unknown5.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Unknown5-1536133216686538 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Unknown5TV Music by CO:AG - District 21 Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUAz4AK3QP0 CO:AG's channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcavSftXHgxLBWwLDm_bNvA
26 Vintage Images of Medical Treatments Through History That Will Blow Your Mind: Medicine has certainly come a very long way! These pictures blow our minds, to see how extreme medical contraptions and treatments used to be. So big, so to the point. It’s easy to say that science was kind of scary looking back in the day, right?! Which medical treatment scares you the most? #1 Sun lamp therapy for children in 1929. #2 Electric water baths for better blood circulation in 1938. #3 Developing vaccines in 1917. #4 The iron lung helped people who couldn't breath on their own in 1938. #5 And what an anesthesia machine looked like in 1913. #6 An X-ray machine that was safer to operate, in 1929. #7 And the ultimate drama, medical theater, also 1902. #8 What a flu mask looked like in 1919. ...
The history of medicine is filled with wild stories of bizarre healing methods and cures that revolve around pain and death. Despite the goodwill and honest attempts of many doctors and scientists throughout the years to find the most humane treatment and healing process for human pain and disease the results have been extremely painful and harmful, in some cases even worse than the initial health problem. Here are 25 examples of how medicine can sometimes go wrong. Follow us on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/list25 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/list25 Website: http://list25. Instagram: @List25 Check out the written version for more info - http://list25.com/25-craziest-medical-treatments-in-history/ preview: Clysters for a Better Quality of Life The Dolphin Therapy Moldy Bread Was ...
History is filled with stories of strange medical practices, even hilarious ineptitude. Here’s a collection of creepy historical photos in the practice of medicine. New video every Monday, Wednesday and Friday! This video has been made possible by Olga Tarczewski and her contribution in patreon! Support me on patreon. https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3132462&ty=h Visit my Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/Wonderful-Life-865458673583789/
"Galen's Place in the History of Medicine" presented by Anthony Papalas, Ph.D., Professor, History at East Carolina University (retired) Part of the Medical History Interest Group Lecture Series sponsored by Laupus Library History Collections & the Department of Bioethics & Interdisciplinary Studies at East Carolina University http://www.ecu.edu/cs-dhs/laupuslibrary/HOM/
The Fast Facts Collection was originally produced for the edutainment reality TV program Stars of Science, a Qatar Foundation initiative. The program has successfully brought science and technology closer to millions of viewers across the Arab world. مجموعة تقاريرالحقائق السريعة أنتجت خصيصاً للبرنامج التلفزيوني التعليمي/الترفيهي "نجوم العلوم" الذي أطلق بمبادرة من مؤسسة قطر. نجح البرنامج في تقديم العلوم والتكنولوجيا إلى الملايين من المشاهدين في جميع أنحاء العالم العربي. www.starsofscience.com
Dr Callahan talks about the history of medicine- see all of Dr Callahan's videos search 'drcallahan' (no spaces)
Episode 4 - Medicine Niall Ferguson looks at how late 19th-century advances in modern medicine made it possible to export Western civilization to the 'Dark Continent': Africa. The French Empire consciously set out to civilize West Africa by improving public health as well as building a modern infrastructure. Yet in other European empires - notably Germany's in southwest Africa - colonial rule led to genocide. What was the link from medical science to racial pseudo-science? The imperialists talked of their civilizing mission, but their rivalry ultimately caused world wars that endangered the West's global dominance. Today, have Western aid agencies learned lessons from the past? Or is China in the process of building a new African empire?