Dr Sally Frampton
Sample Lecture – Medicine Through Time – Surgery in the 19th Century, 1800-1900
Dr Sally Frampton is a research fellow at the University of Oxford. She has written widely on the history of surgery, including works on surgical risk and innovation. Her current research explores the global development of medical journalism as a specialist form of writing in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and how it has shaped the meaning of medicine.
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