Queen Square: A History of the National Hospital and its Institute of Neurology

Queen Square: A History of the National Hospital and its Institute of Neurology

Shorvon, Simon (Institute of Neurology, University College London); Compston, Alastair (University of Cambridge); Clark, Michael J. (King's College London); Lees, Andrew (Institute of Neurology, University College London); Rossor, Martin (Institute of Neurology, University College London)

Cambridge University Press

11/2018

574

Dura

Inglês

9781107100824

15 a 20 dias

This book provides a detailed history of the first hospital dedicated to neurology and neurosurgery in the world: the National Hospital, Queen Square, and the Institute of Neurology. Placed within the context of British neurology, this book features much unpublished material and over 100 images taken from archival sources.
Preface; 1. Foundation and making of the National Hospital; 2. Queen Square, the salmon pink and other hospital buildings; 3. Queen Square and Neurology 1860-1902; 4. National Hospital quadrumvirate; 5. Roller-coaster ride and the National Hospital rubs along: 1902-45; 6. Five dominant National Hospital physicians; 7. NYS arrives and the hospital celebrates its centenary: 1946-65; 8. Beyond the walls: British neurology outside Queen Square; 9. Neurosurgery and war neurology at Queen Square; 10. Other clinical specialties at Queen Square; 11. Neuropathology, neuroradiology and neurophysiology at Queen Square; 12. The Medical School and Institute of Neurology; 13. The rise of academic neurology at Queen Square: 1962-97; 14. Change and integration: 1962-97; Appendix 1. Medical and surgical appointees to the National Hospital and/or Institute of Neurology; Appendix 2. Senior administrative appointees at the National Hospital and/or Institute of Neurology; Appendix 3. Physicians - National Hospital Queen Square 1860-1997.
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