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by Anna Crozier

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  • ISBN 1845114590
  • ISBN13 978-1845114596
  • Language English
  • Author Anna Crozier
  • Publisher I.B.Tauris (December 15, 2007)
  • Pages 272
  • Formats lrf azw txt lit
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Size ePub 1168 kb
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This unique study is based on original sources and research into the work of doctors who served in East Africa. Anna Crozier analyses all aspects of recruitment, qualifications, training as well as the vital personal factors that shaped the Service's character. This is the first comprehensive history of the Colonial Medical Service and makes an important contribution to our understanding of the social and cultural aspects of medical history.


Crozier's book focuses on the early decades of the 20th century

Crozier's book focuses on the early decades of the 20th century. Based on official sources and documentary evidence, the author explores recruitment for the Colonial Medical Service in Africa, aiming to discern the values underlying selection processes, and, more broadly, the ideology and identity of the medical corps. Who were the colonial doctors? She reveals a strong concern with Britishness and empire, and with class and race, as well as attraction to a certain middle-class lifestyle and freedom. One gets the impression of an overall conservative group.

Practising Colonial Medicine book. Anna Crozier analyses all aspects of recruitment, qualifications, training as well as the vital personal factors that shaped the Service's character.

The role of the Colonial Medical Service - the organisation responsible for healthcare in British overseas territories - goes to the heart of the British Colonial project.

It shows the formulation of a distinct colonial identity based on factors of race, class, background, training and Colonial Service traditions, buttressed by professional skills and practice. The role of the Colonial Medical Service - the organisation responsible for healthcare in British overseas territories - goes to the heart of the British Colonial project.

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Practising Colonial Medicine: The Colonial Medical Service in East Africa. The resulting sense of kinship, Crozier persuasively argues, both determined, and also to some degree regulated, colonial medical attitudes and behaviour. The Colonial Medical Service was the branch of the Colonial Service responsible for healthcare provision in the British overseas territories.

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