Operating theatre: the unacknowledged classroom of the modern medical degree.

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Professor Mellick is to be complimented for his biographical sketch of Sir Kenelm Digby, the exceptionally talented 17th-century polymath who dabbled in medicine among many other things. Digby lived in a tumultuous time when science as we now know had begun to emerge. Much has been written about Digby and his extraordinary accomplishments. He was the… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1445-2197.2012.06017.x

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@article{Sharpe2012OperatingTT, title={Operating theatre: the unacknowledged classroom of the modern medical degree.}, author={Kendall Katie Sharpe}, journal={ANZ journal of surgery}, year={2012}, volume={82 4}, pages={287-8} }