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A HISTORY OF THE BRITISH ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATION. The first seventy five years

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The British Orthopaedic Association was founded in 1918 and its transformation from an elite club to a representative national organisation mirrors some of the wider social changes taking place during the past seventy-five years. Much of this account is from the minutes of the Association's executive committee and council, but the details can be seen in a broader context. Nevertheless, the aim has been to provide a historical record of the activities of the Association, as recorded by the Association itself, which can be used as a reference source by those who wish to know the background of contemporary events. Interspersed with this are biographies of the first twenty-four presidents (up to 1968). Most of these men were influential in developing orthopaedic surgery and in their different ways provide a more personal comment to be read alongside the bones of the Association's official affairs.

very slight shelf wear to cover, otherwise good condition.

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Author(s):
Waugh, William
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
095218740x
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
British Orthopaedic Association
Title:
A HISTORY OF THE BRITISH ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATION. The first seventy five years

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The British Orthopaedic Association was founded in 1918 and its transformation from an elite club to a representative national organisation mirrors some of the wider social changes taking place during the past seventy-five years. Much of this account is from the minutes of the Association's executive committee and council, but the details can be seen in a broader context. Nevertheless, the aim has been to provide a historical record of the activities of the Association, as recorded by the Association itself, which can be used as a reference source by those who wish to know the background of contemporary events. Interspersed with this are biographies of the first twenty-four presidents (up to 1968). Most of these men were influential in developing orthopaedic surgery and in their different ways provide a more personal comment to be read alongside the bones of the Association's official affairs.

very slight shelf wear to cover, otherwise good condition.

Author(s):
Waugh, William
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
095218740x
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
British Orthopaedic Association
Title:
A HISTORY OF THE BRITISH ORTHOPAEDIC ASSOCIATION. The first seventy five years

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