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Medical Historian

Medical Historians teach in universities, or medical schools. They can also work in museums with historical medical collections or in libraries that specialize in medical history.

Medical History

Medical History

Medical Historian Training Program:

The Medical Historian Training Program is conducted under the auspices of the School of Medicine and the Graduate School. The MD/PhD program requires a minimum of six years of graduate and medical study, program is intended for those students who know that their major career effort will be in teaching and other scholarly activities in the history of medicine (not necessarily to the total exclusion of clinical medicine).

Medical Historian Salary: $73000 – $90000

U.S. National Library of Medicine

The American Association for the History of Medicine (AAHM), founded in 1925, is a professional association of historians, physicians, nurses, archivists, curators, librarians, and others. The AAHM promotes and encourages research, study, writing, and interest in the history of medicine and allied fields.

Department of History and Philosophy of Medicine
The Department of History and Philosophy of Medicine consists of four major units: the Academic Programs, the Clendening Library, the Clendening Museum, and the KU Medical Center Archives.

Barbara Bates Center for The Study of The History of Nursing
The mission of the Bates Center is to ensure the generation of historical knowledge, scholarship, and research on healthcare and nursing history in the U.S. and across the globe.

Johns Hopkins Program in the History of Science, Medicine and Technology

Center for the History of Medicine, University of Michigan

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