For those interested in a bit of medical history, especially military medical history, check out my recent article published in Hektoen International: A Journal of Medical Humanities. The story of the Royal Victoria Military Hospital spans more than 100 years, several wars, and … Continue reading
Posted in Miscellany, The Blind Caduceus, The Medical Life
Tagged A Study in Scarlet, Arthur Conan Doyle, Crimean War medical, D Day, Florence Nightingale, Military Medicine, Netley, Royal Victoria Country Park, Royal Victoria Military Hospital, RVMH, SHAEF, Wilfred Owen, WWI, wwii
YJHM: Samuel K. Parish, “All Saints House”. This essay was published in the Yale Journal for Humanities in Medicine. It is one chapter from my novel pending publication, The Blind Caduceus.