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HISTLINE Index to monographs, journal articles, and chapters from published proceedings on the history of medicine and related areas. 1965- From the National Library of Medicine. At initial Grateful Med screen click on PROCEED; at next screen choose SEARCH OTHER FILES; then choose HISTLINE.

History of Biomedicine Links, primarily to texts, dealing with the history of Western and Non-Western biomedicine. From the Karolinska Institute Library, the Swedish National Resource Library in Medicine.

Medical History Links from MedWeb Extensive collection of topically arranged links maintained by the Health Sciences Center Library at Emory University. A good starting point.

Medicine and Health Links from the WWW Virtual Library for the History of Science, Technology, & Medicine.

Ancient Medicine/Medicina Antiqua Ancient Greek & Roman Medicine and Medical Thought. Links to texts, bibliographies, and other resources.

Antiqua Medicina: From Homer to Vesalius On-line exhibition prepared in conjunction with the Colloquium "Antiqua Medicina: Aspects in Ancient Medicine" held at the University of Virginia, February 27, 1997.

IMMI: The Index of Medieval Medical Images User's Guide Guide to records describing and indexing the content of medieval manuscript images with medical components. The database is included as part of the "VIM" file in the RLIN Eureka Database.

Images from the History of Medicine (IHM) Searchable database of nearly 60,000 images in the prints and photograph collection of the History of Medicine Division of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

ChiMed: The History of Chinese Medicine Webpage Still largely under construction. Useful links to bibliographies.

History of Islamic Biomedicine From the Karolinska Institute. Links.

Bibliography of the History of Psychiatry, Madness and Insanity Jerald Cumbus, editor. Where available, includes links to full-text or abstract.

International Bibliographic Guide to the History of Pathology (IBGHP) Axel W. Bauer, editor. Monographs and articles published between 1801 and the present.

Race-Sci: History of "Race" in Science, Medicine, and Technology Focus on 19th and 20th Century American, European, and Colonial histories. Includes extensive browsable/downloadable bibliography.

Women Physicians' Autobiographies Marjorie S. Sirridge with Brenda R. Pfannenstiel. Brief annotations.

Nursing History Internet Resources Links from the American Association for the History of Nursing.

U.S. Army Nurse Corps History

Black Nurses in History: A Bibliography and Guide to Web Resources From UMDNJ and the Coriell Research Library.


AAHM (American Association for the History of Medicine) Newsletter. July 1996-

Antilia: Spanish Journal of History of Natural Sciences and Technology Bilingual (English/Spanish) annual devoted to the history of Natural Sciences and Technology in Spain and Latin America. 1995-

Bulletin of the History of Medicine From Project Muse. Vol. 70- 1996- Restricted Access

Chronicle Newsletter of the Center for the Study of The History of Nursing. Requires Adobe Acrobat

Connecta: Bulletin of News in the History of Science, Medicine and Technology Focus on Spain and Latin America. Primarily news about books, conferences, fellowships, etc. but also information on useful sites/links. May 1995-

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