edited and with an introduction by Charles G. Roland.
Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine
- Call Number
- W 9 S619 1982
- Halifax Infirmary
"William Osler, renowned physician and medical historian, was perhaps the most brilliant and influential teacher of medicine in his day. Born in Bond Head, Ontario, Osler studied at the University of Toronto and at McGill, where he stayed to teach. In the years to follow, his reputation became well-established; he came into his own, however, as the first head of medicine at the new Johns Hopkins Hospital and medical school at Baltimore in 1889. Decades ahead of his time in his approach to acad…