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World AIDS Day Organising Committee [WADOC] (Lothian)

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Identifier: GD53
Scope and Contents The collection reflects the formation, activities and initiatives of WADOC Lothian, documenting its functions in organising WAD events, through minutes of meetings, correspondence, financial accounts, and publicity material such as promotional items, leaflets, printed ephemera, and photographs. The collection also includes papers relating to the dissolution of the organisation.

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Hospitals | Administration | 36
Medical records | Scotland | 20
Women workers | 20
Nursing | Study and teaching | Scotland | Edinburgh | 17
National Health Service (Great Britain) | 13
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Health boards | Scotland | 12
Nursing | Edinburgh (Scotland) | Study and teaching | 12
Nursing | Study and teaching 8
Womens health | 8
AIDS (Disease) | Prevention | 7
Medicine | Study and teaching | Edinburgh (Scotland) | 7
Military nursing | 7
HIV (Viruses) | Lothian (Scotland) | 6
Medicine | Societies, etc. | 5
Midwifery | Scotland | Edinburgh | 5
Nursing | Practice | Scotland | Edinburgh | 5
Women's hospitals | Scotland | Edinburgh | 5
World War, 1914-1918 5
Charities | Scotland | Edinburgh | 4
Nursing Records 4
Nursing | Examinations | 4
Nursing | Social aspects | 4
Correspondence 3
Hospitals | Finance 3
Hospitals | Scotland | 3
Hospitals | Staff | 3
Medical records 3
Medicine | History | 3
Medicine | Research | 3
Midwifery 3
Nursing | Practice 3
Pathology | 3
Pediatrics | 3
Charities 2
Children | Hospitals | Scotland | Edinburgh | 2
Drugs | Scotland | Prescribing | 2
HIV (Viruses) 2
Haematology 2
Hepatitis 2
Hospitals Medical staff 2
Hospitals | Edinburgh (Scotland) | 2
Hospitals, Convalescent | Scotland | Edinburgh | 2
Hospitals, Ophthalmic and aural | Edinburgh (Scotland) | 2
Lectures and Lecturing 2
Medical historians | Edinburgh (Scotland) | 2
Medical libraries | Scotland | 2
Medical policy | Scotland | 2
Medical students | Scotland | 2
Medicine | Specialties and specialists | Correspondence | 2
Medicine | Study and teaching | Scotland | Edinburgh | 2
Mental health services | Scotland | Edinburgh | 2
Neurology 2
Nursing services | Administration 2
Nursing | Edinburgh (Scotland) | Practice | 2
Nursing | Scotland | Edinburgh | 2
Orthopedic hospitals | Scotland | Edinburgh | 2
Patients | 2
Photographs as information resources | 2
Psychiatric hospitals | Administration | 2
Reminiscing | 2
Social medicine | 2
Surgery | Edinburgh (Scotland) | 2
Women students 2
Women's hospitals | Edinburgh (Scotland) | Maternity services | 2
World War, 1939-1945 2
Aged | Edinburgh (Scotland) | Care | 1
Aged | Edinburgh (Scotland) | Recreation | 1
Aged | Edinburgh (Scotland) | Services for | 1
Aged | Societies and clubs | 1
Anatomy 1
Apprenticeship programs | Scotland | 1
Archives | Scotland | 1
Artificial Limbs 1
Autopsy 1
Biochemistry 1
Biopsy | 1
Blindness 1
Blood banks | Scotland | 1
Blood coagulation disorders 1
Blood donors | Scotland | 1
Blood | Transfusion | 1
Braille 1
Bronchopneumonia | 1
Cancer | Case studies | 1
Cancer | Research | Uganda | 1
Chaplains, Hospital | Scotland | 1
Charity 1
Chest | Diseases | Scotland | Edinburgh | 1
Chickenpox | 1
Children | Hospital care | 1
Children | Hospitals | Edinburgh (Scotland) | 1
Chiropractic clinics | Scotland | Edinburgh | 1
Chiropractic records | Scotland | 1
Chiropractic schools | Scotland | Edinburgh | 1
Chiropractic treatment | Scotland | Edinburgh | 1
Civilian relief | 1
Civilian relief | Scotland | Edinburgh | 1
Communicable diseases | 1
Communicable diseases | Research | 1
Communicable diseases | Scotland | Edinburgh | 1
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Names
Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh (1729-:) 3
Smith, Sydney Alfred, Sir, 1883-1969 (Professor of Forensic Medicine and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Edinburgh) 2
Bickersteth, Robert (surgeon at Liverpool Royal Infirmary) 1
Dott, Norman McOmish, 1897-1973 (Neurosurgeon) 1
Guthrie, Douglas James, 1885-1975 (surgeon and historian of medicine) 1