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Publications and Presentations


Conference Presentations

HISTORY OF MIDWIFERY

  • Bosanquet, A. (2012) ‘Midwifery education in 18th century London’. Oral presentation. RCM Conference, Manchester, UK
  • Finnerty, G., Bosanquet, A., Aubrey, D. (2012) ‘The history of midwifery education: an interactive poster’. Poster presentation. RCM Conference, Manchester, UK
  • Bosanquet, A. (2012) ‘Controlling the tools of the trade: midwifery education and training in 18th century London’. Oral presentation. Nottingham International Conference for Education and Research in Midwifery, Nottingham, UK
  • Bosanquet, A. (2011) ‘Sustaining normality – “Follow nature, trace her footsteps, listen to her voice”: writings of pioneering midwives from 17th and 18th century London’. Oral presentation. RCM Conference, Manchester, UK
  • Bosanquet, A. (2010) ‘Inspiration from the past: “Follow nature, trace her footsteps, listen to her voice”: writings of pioneering midwives from 17th and 18th century London’. Oral presentation. ‘Foundation Woman and Nature’ - International Conference, Wroclaw, Poland
  • Bosanquet, A. (2010) ‘The fight for normality: “Follow nature, trace her footsteps, listen to her voice” - writings of pioneering midwives from 17th and 18th century London’. Oral presentation. Normal Birth Conference, Vancouver, Canada


Publications

HISTORY OF MIDWIFERY

MIDWIFERY: OTHER

HISTORY OF THE LONDON HOMOEOPATHIC HOSPITAL

  • Leary, B., Lorentzon, M. and Bosanquet, A. (1998) ‘It won’t do any harm’: Patients and treatment at the London Homoeopathic Hospital 1889-1923, in Culture, Knowledge, and Healing, eds. R.Jutte, G.Risse, J.Woodward, European Association for the History of Medicine and Health Publications
  • Bosanquet, A. and Lorentzon, M. (1997) Patients at the London Homoeopathic Hospital 1889-1923, British Homoeopathic Journal, 86, pp. 66-172

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  • Evans, P. et al (2002) The Exeter Depression Audit Package: pilot study findings, Primary Care Psychiatry, vol 8, no 2, pp. 47-53
  • Bashir, K. et al (2000) The evaluation of a mental health facilitator in general practice: effects on recognition, management and outcome of mental illness, British Journal of General Practice, 50, pp. 626-629
  • Killbery, E. et al (1999) Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of evidence-based medicine in general practice: a qualitative study, European Journal of General Practice, 5, pp. 66-70
  • Bosanquet, N. and Bosanquet, A. (1998) Economic perspectives, in Preventing Mental Illness, eds. R.Jenkins and T.Ustun, John Wiley & SonS
  • Lloyd, K. et al (1998) The Exeter Depression Audit Package for the primary care of depression, in Preventing Mental Illness, eds. R.Jenkins and T.Ustun, John Wiley & Sons
  • Salisbury, C. et al (1998) The implementation of evidence-based medicine in general practice prescribing, British Journal of General Practice, 48, pp. 1849-1851
  • Bosanquet, N. and Bosanquet, A. (1995) Attitudes to Health Services 1983 to 1993, Health Care UK 1994/95, London: Kings Fund Policy Institute
  • Bosanquet, N. and Bosanquet, A. (1994) Pharmaco-economics: new careers in pharmaceutical medicine, in Careers in Pharmaceutical Medicine, John Wiley & Sons
  • Bosanquet, N. and Bosanquet, A. (1994) Economics and health policy, in Clinical Heart Disease in Old Age, John Wiley & Sons
  • Bosanquet, N. and Bosanquet, A. (1993) Health care policies in the UK, Reviews in Clinical Gerontology, 3, pp. 399-405
  • Bosanquet, N. and Bosanquet, A. (1993) Psychopharmacology and the ethics of resource allocation, British Journal of Psychiatry, 162, pp. 29-32