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  • Intro
    • romans achieved medical aspects and contributed to medicine
      • improvement in public health , medical training and study of the human anatomy
        • progress made during the roman era continued into the middle ages because the fall of rome in the 5th century and many people in England lacked education in the medieval period
    • progress made during the roman era continued into the middle ages because the fall of rome in the 5th century and many people in England lacked education in the medieval period
  • Main body
    • public health an action taken by the government to protect its people
      • Romans made links between hygiene and disease even though they had no knowledge of germs
        • Romans improved health by introducing public baths
          • After the roman empire collapsed in the late 5th century ad , the majority of the infrastructure the romans built to maintain public health was demolished
            • Therefore the fall of rome in the late 5th century had a lot of an effect on the wealthy
              • the standard public health system did not continue very far into the middle ages as there was no central control
                • the public health was not seen as a priority
      • people avoided building their towns near swamps and marshes
        • this aspect was completely different from in comparison to water supplies in england in the middle ages
  • aqueducts were built in order to give towns clean water
    • this aspect was completely different from in comparison to water supplies in england in the middle ages
  • public baths were used as a way to keep clean , socialising and exercise which were used regularly
  • The poor did not benefit from the public health system as as they required money
  • It was often the wealthy had  access to the public health system
  • Paragraph 2
    • Furthermore medical training in the ancient roman time was very diverse
      • individuals like galen in (130AD-210AD) were very determined to expand there knowledge on medicine
        • Galen was a greek surgeon which gave him numerous opportunities to practise surgery and study the human anatomy
        • Galen once consolidated work from former greek physician hippocrates
          • This aspect was a progression made by the romans that continued into the middle ages to an extent
            • the physician  wrote his findings over 100 books , he became the basis for medical training for 1,500 years as it was believed that his ideas were correct and impossible to improve on this is a form of continuity
              • therefore the universities and medical training became very limited , the catholic church education and forbade new ideas to be introduced
            • for this reason , galena theories could be seen as both continuing and hindering medicine in the Middel Ages in england as no one can challenged to improve on his work
              • therefore the universities and medical training became very limited , the catholic church education and forbade new ideas to be introduced
  • significant as it meant people in the roman era looked for natural causes of illnesses and researched into science
  • Conclusion
    • to conclude the progress made by the romans both continued very far and also regressed during the middle ages in england reasons for were because of the collapse of the roman empire
      • the fall of rome in the late 5th century  disrupted many things such as medical blares and schools for studying medicine .
        • for this reason the progress made in medicine by the romans continued in the ages in England was a lack of the maintenance of the  roman public health system that was ruined .
          • to conclude the progress made by the romans both continued very far and also regressed during the middle ages in england reasons for were because of the collapse of the roman empire
            • the fall of rome in the late 5th century  disrupted many things such as medical blares and schools for studying medicine .
              • for this reason the progress made in medicine by the romans continued in the ages in England was a lack of the maintenance of the  roman public health system that was ruined .

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