Networks

International Network for the History of Hospitals

 Aims: 
The Network exists to promote studies related to the historical evolution of hospitals from their beginnings to the present day by providing an international forum for communication and discussion among scholars interested in the subject. Particular encouragement is given to newcomers to the field. It is hoped that collaborative research among members will be encouraged.

Publications:
The Network has a thriving conference and publication series. Recent publications include:

For more information see the International Network for the History of Hospitals website:
http://www.uea.ac.uk/his/inhh/
 
Contact:
Christopher Bonfield
inhh@btinternet.com  

International Network for the History of Homeopathy

Aims:
International conferences, workshops, publications

Activities:
The network has organised several international conferences, for example in Budapest in 2003 and in Stuttgart in 2007. A conference on medical pluralism and homoeopathy in India and Germany was held in Stuttgart in June/July 2011. For further details, please see the Conferences page

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact:
Prof. Dr. Martin Dinges
Institut fur Geschichte der Medizin der Robert Bosch Stiftung
Straußweg 17
D-70184 Stuttgart
Tel.:0711 46084 167
Fax:0711 46084 181
martin.dinges@igm-bosch.de