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The Impact of Hospital Restructuring on Social Work Field Education

JONES, (Norman) Fielding (born 1931), Consultant Physician, St Thomas’ Hospital, London, 1967–93, now Emeritus

STEWART, Donald Martin (1824 - 1900), Field-Marshal, 1894; Governor of Royal Hospital, Chelsea

Application of information technology within a field hospital deployment following the January 2010 Haiti earthquake disaster

FIELD, Stuart (born 1944), Consultant Radiologist, Kent and Canterbury Hospital, 1974–2004; Director, Kent Breast Screening Programme, 1988–2004

FIELD, David John (born 1953), Professor of Neonatal Medicine, University of Leicester, since 1996; Hon. Consultant Neonatologist, University Hospitals of Leicester, since 1989

DOYLE, Arthur Conan (1859 - 1930), Knight of St John of Jerusalem; novelist; was Senior Physician of the Langman Field Hospital, South Africa

Comparative analysis of amplified fragment length polymorphism and pulsed field gel electrophoresis in a hospital outbreak and subsequent endemicity of ampicillin-resistant Enterococcus faecium

Qualitative Analysis of a BSW Field Placement with a Hospital-Owned Physician Practice in a Skilled Nursing Facility

O’CALLAGHAN, Robert Thomas Alexander (died 1903), Surgeon-in-Chief of the Langman Field Hospital and Major Royal Army Medical Corps in South Africa, 1900 (medal and clasps, despatches); Surgeon, French Hospital, London; Lieutenant-Colonel 1st Flintshire Royal Engineers (VD)

FIELDING, Pauline - Professional Adviser to the Healthcare Commission, 2002–09; Director of Nursing: Preston Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, 1993–2003; Chorley and South Ribble NHS Trust, 1998–2003

FIELDING-OULD, Robert (1872 - 1951), Consulting Physician, Mount Vernon Hospital for Diseases of the Chest; Consulting Physician to Ministry of Pensions; Vice-Pres. National Medical Union; Memb. of Council London Psychical Laboratory

PEAKE, Harold John Edward (1867 - 1946), Vice-President of the Royal Anthropological Institute; President of the Newbury District Field Club; President of the Newbury District Hospital; Chairman of the Governors of the Newbury Grammar School; Corresponding Fellow of the Societa Romana di Antropologia

NORMAN, Henry Wylie (1826 - 1904), Governor of Chelsea Hospital from 1901; Field-Marshal in the Army, 1902; Vice-President of Royal Colonial Institute and Royal Geographical Society; Director of the Commercial Union Assurance Co.

STONHAM, Charles (1858 - 1916), Senior Surgeon, Lecturer on Surgery, Teacher of Operative Surgery, Westminister Hospital, London; Examiner in Surgery, Society of Apothecaries, and Royal University, Ireland; Hon. Major in the army, and Lieutenant-Colonel in command of London Mounted Brigade Field Ambulance

SCOTT, Sebastian Gilbert (1879 - 1941), Hon. Radiologist to British Red Cross Clinic for Treatment of Rheumatism, Peto Place and Charterhouse Rheumatism Clinic; Director of Nuffield Wide Field X-ray Research; Consulting Radiologist to the London Hospital and Queen Alexandra’s Military Hospital; Member of Army X-ray Advisory Committee; late Radiologist to LCC Mental Hospitals; late President Royal Society of Medicine, Section of Electrotherapeutics; late Director of the Radiological Department at the London Hospital

SLEIGHT, Peter (born 1929), Field-Marshal Alexander Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine in the University of Oxford, and Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford, 1973–94, now Emeritus Professor and Fellow; Hon. Consultant Physician, Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust (formerly Oxford Health Authority), 1964–2011, Observer status, since 2012

COVINGTON, William (died 1908), Prebendary and Canon non-Residentiary of Portpool in St Paul’s Cathedral; Rector of St Giles in the Fields; Rural Dean of Holborn, 1892; Examining Chaplain to Lord Bishop of London; Surrogate for Diocese of London; Hon. Chaplain Endell Street Hospital; Hon. Secretary Queen Victoria Clergy Fund, London Diocesan Branch

 

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A temporary hospital set up near a combat zone to provide emergency care for the wounded.

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