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by Professor Norman Gevitz
Author: Professor Norman Gevitz
Publisher: The Johns Hopkins University Press; Reprint edition (October 1, 1991)
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The history of Osteopathic medicine, the original "out of the box" thinking by Dr. Still and the subsequent political turmoils are all well defined and provide a. .s: Osteopathic Medicine in America.
The history of Osteopathic medicine, the original "out of the box" thinking by Dr. Still and the subsequent political turmoils are all well defined and provide a foundation for the distinctiveness of the osteopathic approach. The DOs: Osteopathic Medicine in America.
Gevitz has written an invaluable brief history of osteopathic medicine. This book is a thoroughly enjoyable history of osteopathic medicine and its evolution through the past 100 years
Gevitz has written an invaluable brief history of osteopathic medicine. An indispensable book that will be useful to any scholar in the field. This book is a thoroughly enjoyable history of osteopathic medicine and its evolution through the past 100 years.
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is a medical historian. He has written numerous books and papers on the history of medicine in the United States and England. He is perhaps best known for his book, The . s: Osteopathic Medicine in America, where he discusses the history of the profession osteopathic medicine in the United States. Gevitz formerly taught at the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He is currently a professor and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs at .
Osteopathic medicine is a branch of the medical profession in the United States. Osteopathic physicians (DOs) are licensed to practice medicine and surgery in all 50 states and are recognized to varying degrees in 65 other countries. Frontier physician Andrew Taylor Still founded the profession as a rejection of the prevailing system of medical thought of the 19th century.
Norman Gevitz focuses on the philosophy, teaching, and practice of osteo. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking The . s: Osteopathic Medicine in America as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
Professor Norman Gevitz. Overcoming suspicion, ridicule, and outright opposition from the American Medical Association, the osteopathic medical profession today serves the health needs of more than thirty million Americans. The DOs chronicles the development of this controversial medical movement from the nineteenth century to the present. Historian Norman Gevitz describes the philosophy and practice of osteopathy, as well as its impact on medical care.
Charles E. Rosenberg. Martin C. Burke - 2005 - Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 48 (4):618-621. Isis 75 (3):604-605 (1984). That Peculiar Science:" Osteopathic Medicine and the Law". Francis Helminski - 1984 - Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 12 (1):32-36. That Peculiar Science:" Osteopathic Medicine and the Law. The Chiropractors and the AMA: Reflections on the History of the Consultation Clause. Norman Gevitz - 1988 - Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 32 (2):281-299.
Historian Norman Gevitz describes the philosophy and practice of osteopathy, as well as its impact on medical care. He also recounts the efforts of osteopathic colleges to achieve parity with institutions granting . degrees and looks at the continuing effort by osteopathic physicians and surgeons to achieve greater recognition and visibility. expanded to include two new chapters addressing recent and current challenges and to bring the history of the profession up to the beginning of the new millennium. Bulletin of the History of Medicine American Medical Association Annals outsider, and it is very useful.