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History of Medicine


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Available on the Medicosage Blog https://medicosage.com/
Dr. Riddhi, a teacher and a medical practitioner.
The blog vision is to create a nurturing medical learning community where every medical student, academician and medical practitioners get the opportunity te develop their full potential, be empowered with medical skills and confidence.
History of Medicine:
Part 1 : https://medicosage.com/history-of-medicine-part-1-ancient-egyptian-chinese-greek-roman-medicine/
Part 2 : https://medicosage.com/history-of-medicine-part-2-indian-modern-arabic-medicine/
Story of the object
This Learning Object is comprised of 2 online articles that encompass a chronicle of the eras Medicine has gone throughout time. It is a valuable learning object because it manages to brush on all aspects (historical framing, religious influences, available treatments and innovations) of medical history, without making it too heavy.
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2 articles written by username Dr. RIDDHI and published on 14th of March 2020 on the website https://medicosage.com/
The first article (History of Medicine Part 1) outlines the following eras: Pre-historic Medicine, Ancient Egyptian Medicine, Ancient Chinese Medicine, Mesopotamian Medicine, Ancient Indian Medicine, Greek and Roman Medicine.
The second article (History of Medicine Part 2) portrays the Dark Ages, Islamic Medicine, the Renaissance Medicine, the Modern Medicine and the 20th Century Medicine, the 21st Century.
In the focus of the 21st Century History of mendicine, are mentioned the:
- Human genome project
- Emryonic stem cell research
- Cloning, bioterrorism, pandemic diseases