Public Health, Private Lives: Dr James Craufurd Dunlop and the Collection of Vital Statistics in Scotland

Tomorrow, October 17, 2012, Dr Gayle Davis of the University of Edinburgh, will give the first seminar of History of Healthcare seminar series. Dr Davis, a graduate of the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, is Wellcome Lecturer in the History of Medicine at the School of History, Classics and Archaeology of the University of Edinburgh. Before that, Dr Davis was employed as a research associate of social historians Professor Roger Davidson at the University of Edinburgh (2001-4) and Professor Anne Crowther at the University of Glasgow (2004-6).

The seminar will take place at 5pm in K3.11 (King’s College London Strand Campus) and will be followed by a drinks reception. All are welcome to attend and there is no need to RSVP.

Davis, G., and Elliot, R. (2011) Public information, private lives: Dr James Craufurd Dunlop and the collection of vital statistics in Scotland, 1904-1930. In: Freeman, M., Gordon, E. and Maglen, K. (eds.) Medicine, Law and Public Policy in Scotland, c.1850–1990. Dundee University Press, Dundee, pp. 105-124.

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