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Osler Resources and Other Links

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Osler Library of the History of Medicine, McGill University. "The nucleus of the Library is the collection of 8,000 rare and historic works on the history of medicine and allied subjects presented to the Faculty of Medicine by Sir William Osler (1849 - 1919)." The printed catalogue of Sir William Osler's library, the Bibliotheca Osleriana, is available online.

The American Osler Society. This society was "founded for the purpose of bringing together members of the medical and allied professions who are, by their common inspiration, dedicated to memorialize and perpetuate the just and charitable life, the intellectual resourcefulness, and the ethical example of William Osler (1849-1919)."

The Osler Society of McGill University. "The Osler Society, established in 1921, is McGill's oldest student society. In the spirit of Sir William Osler, the object of the society is to enrich our medical education through the attendance of lectures given by distinguished guest speakers, and through the presentation and discussion of papers concerning the Humanities and Social Sciences in Medicine."

The Osler Club of London "was founded in 1928 (the year of Lady Osler's death) to encourage the study of the history of medicine and to keep fresh the memory of Sir William Osler (born July 12, 1849; died December 29, 1919)."

The UMDNJ and Coriell Research Library Present Sir William Osler "in honor of the Medical Library Association's Centennial, May 1998"

The William Osler Medal of the American Association for the History of Medicine "is awarded annually for the best unpublished essay on a medical historical topic written by a student of medicine or osteopathy in the United States or Canada."

"Set in the grounds of the John Radcliffe Hospital in Headington, Osler House Club is centre of the universe for many of Oxford's medical students."

The information accompanying the above external links is either quoted directly, paraphrased, or extracted, from the introductory material found on the particular web site being referenced.


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