|Description||Lecture giving impressions of medical practice witnessed abroad. Begins by highlighting Scotland's insularity and stresses that much can be learnt from observing medical practice in other countries. Gives examples of this in countries that she has visited, viz. world tour, 1928-1929 (Turkey, Egypt, India, China, Japan); United States of America and Canada, 1921, 1928, 1933, 1948; Poland and Russia, 1936; Holland, 1923, 1947; Norway, 1947; Denmark, Sweden and Finland, 1934, 1949. |
Also, article by Chrisman G. Scherf, 'Some Problems Encountered in Caring Exclusively for Chronic Disease Patients', reprinted from 'Hospitals, February 1947; and leaflet advertising Sallskapet Barnavard, a children's hospital or nursery in Stockholm.