Centre for the History of Medicine
The Centre for the History of Medicine provides a hub for research and teaching in the history of medicine at Warwick.
It is based within the History Department, but it also welcomes and looks to develop interdisciplinary activity across the University, reaches out to scholars nationally and internationally, and engages with policy and the public.
Borrow an item from the CHM Library
Pilot Programs and Postcolonial Pivots: Pioneering “DNA Fingerprinting” on Britain’s Borders
The World Bank’s Advocacy of User Fees in Global Health, c.1970–1997: More Ideology than Evidence?
Dr Chris Sirrs cited in the latest National State of Patient Safety Report
Insights: Hazardous Health through History
Centre Director: Roberta Bivins
Research Centre Co-ordinator:
How to find us:
FAB 3.14, Department of History, Faculty of Arts Building, University of Warwick, University Road, Coventry, CV4 7EQ