Women and the Practice of Medical Care in Early Modern Europe, 1400-1800

@inproceedings{Whaley2011WomenAT,
  title={Women and the Practice of Medical Care in Early Modern Europe, 1400-1800},
  author={L. Whaley},
  year={2011}
}
Acknowledgements Introduction The Medieval Contribution New Medical Regulations and their Impact on Female Healers Early Modern notions of Women: Contradictory Views on Women as Healers Medical Treatises and Texts written by Women and for Women Female Midwives and the Medical Profession The Healing Care of Nurses The 'Irregular' Female Healer in Early modern Europe: a Variety of Practitioners Motherly Medicine: Domestic Healers and Apothecaries The Wise-Woman as Healer: Popular Medicine… Expand
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