Home taught for abroad: the training of the Cape doctor, 1807-1910.


Given that the Cape (or for that matter South Africa) did not have a full medical school until 1920, all Cape doctors before then were trained outside of Africa, the vast majority in Britain and Continental Europe. Accordingly, this chapter examines the kind of training they received in these countries, as this fundamentally shaped the kind of medicine they… (More)


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