Medicine in Iran: Profession, Practice and Politics, 1800-1925 by H. Ebrahimnejad

Medicine in Iran: Profession, Practice and Politics, 1800-1925

byH. Ebrahimnejad

Hardcover | December 16, 2013

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This book traces how medicine in modern Iran was both theoretically and institutionally transformed in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It explores the process by which local physicians, in a non-colonial context, assimilated the emerging 'modern medicine' and the institutional devices that accommodated this transition. Author Hormoz Ebrahimnejad analyzes various intertwined factors, including intellectual and institutional dynamics, epidemics, professional and financial interests, international relationships, state centralisation and the modernisation movement to provide a comprehensive account of Iran's medical modernization.

About The Author

Hormoz Ebrahimnejad is Lecturer in History at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Southampton, UK. He has specialized in the history of Qâjâr and his first book was published on power and succession in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Iran. Since 1996, he has focused on the history of medicine in Iran on which he has widely pub...

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Title:Medicine in Iran: Profession, Practice and Politics, 1800-1925Format:HardcoverDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.02 inPublished:December 16, 2013Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230341020

ISBN - 13:9780230341029

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Table of Contents

1. The State of Medical Theory and Practice in Nineteenth-Century Iran
2. The Physicians and their Encounter with Western Medicine
3. The Reform Movement and Medical Institutionalization
4. Medical Transition under the Constitution