History of Medicine, Medieval Britain

Yeah, just notes on Medieval Britain :) hope it helps :) 

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Medieval Britain

They were careful about who they took in to hospitals- as in you were not allowed in hospitals if
you had a disease that would infect everyone! Leper houses were built outside of towns to
separate the victims of the disease Leprosy from healthy people. Leprosy was…

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Training of doctors:
All wars meant that there was plenty of practice for surgeons but wars made travel for doctors
hard= much less experience gained and education. Landowners grew rich from good harvest on
their land- most of them were bishops and abbots. They spent the money building universities


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