Special Issue "History of Medicine, an Essential and Evergreen Tool for Health Scientists"
A special issue of Pharmacy (ISSN 2226-4787).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2020) | Viewed by 224
Interests: human microbiota; probiotics; H. pylori; SARS-CoV-2; oncogenesis; history of medicine
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Health sciences are the most rapidly-growing fields among all scientific domains, but while technical education and progression are accelerating, the human impact often stays behind. However, a number of recent papers have stressed a plethora of skills and abilities in which it is currently important to focus on going far beyond technical acquisition. Most authors refer to the importance of in-depth knowledge of the so-called “philosophical aspects” of medical art from Bachelor to Ph.D. courses. The aim of this Special Issue is to give an overview of the different branches that relate to the history of medicine that are relevant for biomedical education, including ethics, biomedical museology, medical education, and paleopathology. Although the issue is focused on theoretical considerations about historical aspects of biomedicine, other contributions are welcome. All scholars interested in this theme are invited to submit their contribution, independently from the Editor’s invitation.
Dr. Luigi Santacroce
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- History of medicine
- Philosophy of science
- Medical art
- Medical museology
- Ancient medicine
- Ancient pharmacy
- History of health professions
- Ethics for health professions