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Canadian Medical Association


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YOUNG, Ernest Herbert (1878 - 1921), Assistant Superintendent, Hospital for Insane, London, Ontario, since 1916; President, Canadian Hospital Association, since 1914; Member of the Canadian Medical Association; Member of American Psychological Association

M’PHEDRAN, Alexander (died 1934), Professor Emeritus of Medicine, University of Toronto; Past President of the Association of American Physicians; Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada; Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and Canadian Medical Association, etc

FERGUSON, John (1854 - 1939), Governor Western Hospital; formerly Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto; formerly Editor, The Canada Lancet; Medical Referee, Excelsior Life Assurance Company; Medical Referee, Dominion of Canada Accident Company; sometime Secretary, Ontario Hospital Association; Grand Medical Examiner of the Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association

FERGUSON, John (1854 - 1916), Senior Physician, Toronto Western Hospital; Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto; Editor, The Canada Lancet; President, Ontario Publishing Company; Medical Referee, Excelsior Life Assurance Company; Medical Referee, Dominion of Canada Accident Company; sometime Secretary, Ontario Hospital Association; Grand Medical Examiner of the Sons of Scotland Benevolent Association

BLACKADER, Alexander Dougall (1847 - 1932), Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology, Therapeutics, and Pediatrics, McGill University, Montreal; late Editor Journal Canadian Medical Association; President of the Alexandra Hospital for Infectious Diseases; Medical Adviser to Bank of Montreal

HUTCHESON, Bellenden Seymour (1883 - 1954), late Canadian Army Medical Corps; engaged in the practice of medicine in Cairo, Illinois, USA; Member of Staff of St Mary’s Hospital, Cairo; Acting Asst Surgeon US Public Health Service; Member American Medical Association and Illinois State Medical Society

SHAW, Maurice Elgie (1894 - 1977), Senior Member, Association of Physicians and British Society of Gastroenterologists; Hon. Consulting Medical Officer, Canada Life Assurance Co.; late Physician and Dean of Medical School, West London Hospital; President International Committee for Life Assurance Medicine; Medical Chairman, Pensions Appeal Tribunal

RUSSELL, James Samuel Risien (died 1939), Consulting Physician to National Hospital, Queen Square, for Diseases of the Nervous System, and Member of the Board of Management; Chairman, National Society for Lunacy Law Reform; ex-Vice-President Royal Soc. of Medicine, and ex-President of Neurological Section; Hon. Member Canadian Medical Association and N Staffs Medical Society; Corres. Memb. Soc. de Neurol. de Paris; late Research Scholar British Medical Association; Physician University College Hospital, and Professor of Clinical Medicine and of Medical Jurisprudence at University College

BARNARDO, Thomas John (1845 - 1905), Member British Medical Association; Founder and Director of Philanthropic Institution by which (during Dr Barnardo’s lifetime) over 55,000 Orphan Waifs were rescued, trained, and placed out in life; nearly 16,000 were emigrated to Canada and the Colonies

SMITH, Stanley Alwyn (1882 - 1931), RAMC; Consulting Surgeon, Ministry of Pensions, Wales Region; Consulting Surgeon King Edward VII Welsh National Memorial Association; Lecturer in Orthopædic Surgery, Welsh National Medical School; Surgeon, Shropshire Orthopædic Hospital; Hon. Consulting Orthopædic Surgeon, Royal Hamadryad Seamen’s Hospital, and Prince of Wales Hospital for the Limbless and Crippled, Cardiff; late Orthopædic Surgeon-in-Chief, Welsh Metropolitan War Hospital, near Cardiff; late Surgeon-in-Chief, Granville Canadian Special Hospital, Ramsgate

 

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Established in 1867 at a gathering of 167 doctors in Quebec City, the cma now represents most of Canada's 59,000 physicians through affiliations with provincial and territorial associations. Dr Charles ...

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