Books about New Zealand Doctors

A list prepared by Dr Graeme Woodfield with useful input from Dr Pat Clarkson.
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Books about New Zealand Doctors  Chronological List1-214

  1. Shearer I, Wright-St Clair R. A century on Cameron Road. A History of Tauranga Hospital 1914-20142016.
  2. Le Couteur C. Tonsils to Toenails:; The Life of Pat Cotter, Christchurch Surgeon and tree farmer.2016.
  3. Baldwin D. The Flying Doctor: Pengiun Random House New Zealand; 2016.
  4. Anderson N. Dusty Allen Revisited. A Neurologist’s Life. Auckland: Mary Egan Publishing; 2016.
  5. Wigley R. Rimes of an Ancient Rheumatism Doctor. Wellington: Steele Roberts; 2015.
  6. Trubuhovich R. Governor William Hobson. His health problems and final illness. Auckland2015.
  7. Savage D. The Auckland Hospital Laboratory. Recollections of Daphne Savage. Auckland: Marion Davis; 2015.
  8. O’Sullivam L. The Good Doctor. New Zealand: Penguin Random House; 2015.
  9. Hall-Jones J. A Life of Adventures. Revised ed. Invercargill2015.
  10. Hadden OB. Ophthalmology in New Zealand. Its Development and Professionalization: Auckland; 2015.
  11. New Zealand Doctors & Overseas Postgraduate Training 1950s & 1960s: Auckland Medical History Society; 2015.
  12. Teague L, ed. Starship. Inside Our National Children’s Hospital. Auckland: Random House; 2014.
  13. Lockyer D. Beyond the Splendours of the Sunset. A Biography of Margaret Barnet Cruickshank2014.
  14. Harris B. A Dame we Knew. A Tribute to dame Cecily Pickerill. NZ: DIY Publishing; 2014.
  15. Guthrie M. Different Stars for Different Times2014.
  16. Donaldson ID. The Truant from Medicine. Aucklandxl: Random House; 2014.
  17. Bryder L. The Rise and Fall of National Woman’s Hospital: a history. Auckland: Auckland University Press; 2014.
  18. Thompson LJ. The sky’s the limit: an autobiography2013c.
  19. Tucker G. A Life Worth Living. The Life and Times of Graham Stanley Tucker2013.
  20. Richmond D, Miller T, Murphy J. In the Beginning: A History of the Medical Unit at Auckland Hospital2013.
  21. Meikle MC. Reconstructing Faces. The Art and Wartime surgery of Gillies, Pickerill, McIndoe and Mowlem. Dunedin: Otago University Press; 2013.
  22. Matich M. From Beacon Point:my journey, my story: Phantom House Books; 2013.
  23. Hill B. Teaching Hundreds to Heal Millions. The Story of Dr Beryl Howie. Auckland: Daystar; 2013.
  24. Blair R. The medics come of age. In: Phillipe N, Pugsley C, Crawford J, Strohn M, eds. The Great Adventure Ends New Zealand and France on the Western Front. Christchurch: John Douglas Publishing Ltd.; 2013:179-88.
  25. Rawstron R. Early Medical Practitioners in the Manawatu and Palmerston North. NZ2012.
  26. Olds H. If Persistence was a person. The Story of Professor Swee Tan. Wellington2012.
  27. Hadden OB. Eye Surgeons and Surgery in New Zealand: Wairau Press; 2012.
  28. Dow D. Jewish Doctors in New Zealand. In: Bell L, Morrow D, eds. Jewish Lives in New Zealand A History. Auckland: Random House; 2012.
  29. Shackleton M. Desert Surgeons. Wellington NZ: Ngaio Press; 2011.
  30. Oliver J. George Stanley Sharp:1887-1967: The Story of a Family Doctor: Muckle Flugga; 2011.
  31. McMenamin D. Leprosy and Stigma in the South Pacific. London: Mc Farland & Co; 2011.
  32. Gill MA, ed. The Village on the Hill: Celebrating 125 Years of Waikato Hospital. Hamilton: Waikato District Health Board; 2011.
  33. Gill M. Himalayan Hospitals: Sir Edmund Hillary;s Everest Legacy. Nelson: Craig Potton Publishing; 2011.
  34. Nihotte J. A Doctor in the Village2010?
  35. Tallon M. Surprised by Obedience. A Biography of Raymond Windsor. Auckland: Pause for Effect; 2010.
  36. Horsburgh M. Hearts, Hands and Minds: the cardiothoracic nurses of Green Lane Hospital. Wellington: Dunmore; 2010.
  37. Frank M. My Innocent Absence. Tales from a Nomadic Life. London: Arcadia; 2010.
  38. Valentine J. Hell-Bent for Life. Dr John Valentine. Oakura NZ: John Valentine Publishing; 2009.
  39. Urquhart-Hay D. New Zealand’s First Urologist: Robert Campbell Begg. Beyond the Fig-Leaf. Wellington: Steele Roberts; 2009.
  40. Guthrie M. An enduring savour: reflections of a woman doctor on early influences.2009.
  41. Beasley SW. New Zealand and the South Pacific. In: Carachi R, Young DG, Bunukanal C, eds. A History of Surgical Padiatrics. London: World Scientific Publishing Company; 2009:254-378.
  42. Barraclough B, ed. A Physician inSpite of Himself by DW Carmalt Jones. London: The Royal Society of Medicine Press; 2009.
  43. Armstrong J. Under One Roof. A History of Waikato Hospital. Hamilton: Half Court Press Ltd; 2009.
  44. Treanor K. The Staff, The Serpent and The Sword. 100 Years of the Royal New Zealand Army Medical Corp. Christchurch: Willson Scott Publishing Ltd.; 2008.
  45. Romanos J, Woodfield G. No Ordinary Man. The remarkable life of Arthur Porritt. Wellington NZ: Trio Books Ltd; 2008.
  46. Page D. Anatomy of a Medical School: a history of medicine at the University of Otago. Dunedin: University of Otago Press; 2008.
  47. Hocken A. Dr Hocken of Dunedin: a life. North Otago: East Riding Press; 2008.
  48. Woodfield G. Jack Lovelock: athlete and doctor. Wellington: Trio Books; 2007.
  49. Truttman LJ. A Doctor in the Whau. Dr Thomas Aicken (1814-1897). Philson Library; 2007.
  50. Crowther MA, Dupree MW. Lister’s Men Abroard: Settlers. Medical Lives in the Age of Surgical Revolution. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press; 2007.
  51. Brown H. Pickerill. pioneer in plastic surgery, dental education and dental research. Dunedin: Otago University Press; 2007.
  52. Baker J. Fred Hollows. Australia: Macmillan Education 2007.
  53. Walker N. Tales of a Port Doctor. Christchurch2006.
  54. Prior I. Elespie and Ian. Memoir of a Marriage. Wellngton: Steele Roberts; 2006.
  55. Hill GL. Surgeon Scientist. Auckland: Random House; 2006.
  56. Bourke E. Along the Way. A Life Worth Living. NZ2006.
  57. Parker K. Kaitaia’s Hospital 1904-2004. Kamo, Northland: Keith Parker andBridgewater Publications; 2005.
  58. McKerrow B. Teichelmann. New Delhi: Tara-India research press; 2005.
  59. Hay SD. Heart Sounds. Wellington: Steele Roberts Ltd.; 2005.
  60. Fenwick E, Avery B. Legacies to a Young Land. Auckland: Lasting Memories; 2005.
  61. Cooke R. Patients First. The Proud Tradition of Taumarunui. Taumaranui: Taumarunui Hospital Reunion Committee; 2005.
  62. Shackleton M. Operation Vietnam: a New Zealand Surgical First. Dunedin: University of Otago Press; 2004.
  63. Moore PE. So old, so quick / Patrick Eisdell Moore. Auckland: David Ling; 2004.
  64. Mayhew J. Doc Mayhew. Rugby’s Medicine Man. Auckland: Hodder Moa Beckett; 2004.
  65. Mayhew E. The Reconstruction of Warriors. Archibald McIndoe, the Royal AirForce and the Guinea Pig Club. London: Greenhill Books; 2004.
  66. Fenwicke R, ed. In Practice: the lives of New Zealand Women Doctors in the 21st centiry. Auckland: Random House; 2004.
  67. Cole D. Both Ends of the Knife. MDL; 2004.
  68. Buxton J. Man of Letters. In: Holman D, ed. Fairburn and Friends. Auckland: Cape Catley Ltd; 2004:161.
  69. Allan V, ed. A New Way of Living. The History of the Spinal Injuries Unit in Christcurch. Christchurch: Canterbury District Health Board; 2004.
  70. Wright St Clair RE. Historia Nunc Vivat: Medical Practitioners in New Zealand 1840-1930. Hamilton: R E Wright St Clair; 2003.
  71. Stone AR. Birth, Death and Points Between. Wellington: Steele Roberts; 2003.
  72. Rainey P. John Bell Thompson M.B. ChM. A Tribute. Upper Hutt2003.
  73. Parkes B. The Fair Beginning of a Time. Whangarei: Index Publishing; 2003.
  74. Chapman L. In a Strange Garden: the life nd times of Truby King. Auckland: Penguin; 2003.
  75. Trubuhovich RV JJ. Intensive Care in New Zealand. A History of the New Zealand Region of ANZICM. Auckland: Trubuhovich RV, Judson JA. Department of Critical Care Medicine, Auckland Hospital; 2001.
  76. Roche L. Life on the Line. NZ: Steele Roberts; 2001.
  77. Menefy D. Whangarei Hospital. A Century of Service 1901-2001. Whangarei: Northlnd Health Ltd; 2001.
  78. Hursthouse M. Vintage Doctor:Fifty Years of Laughter and Tears. Christchurch NZ: Shoal Bay Press; 2001.
  79. Daniell C. A Doctor at War: A Life in Letters 1914-43. Masterton: Fraser Books; 2001.
  80. Patel B. The Demur One2000c.
  81. Fenwick DP. Gallipoli Diary. 24 April to 27 June 1915. Auckland.: David Ling/Auckland Museum; 2000c.
  82. Roche L. Bent Not Broken. NZ: Steele Roberts; 2000.
  83. McNamara KN. No Wheels. A Surgeon’s Story. Auckland: Dr Kevin McNamara; 2000.
  84. Ferguson S. Sorry to Bother You. Whatamango Bay: Cape Catley; 2000.
  85. Borrie A. Funny things that happened on the way to Rimini. Dunedin: Alex Borrie; 2000.
  86. Belgrave M. The Mater. A History of Auckland’s Mercy Hospital 1900-2000. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press; 2000.
  87. Adams JL. The Autobiography of a Physician:the family, life and times of a New Zealand consultant physician: . Wellington: Steele Roberts; 2000.
  88. Wilde S. Joined Across the Water. A History of the Urological Society of Australasia. Melbourn: Hyland House; 1999.
  89. Lange R. May the People Live. A history of Maori Health Development 1900-1920. Auckland: Auckland University Press; 1999.
  90. Hercock F. Alice: The Making of a Woman Doctor 1914-17. Auckland: University Press; 1999.
  91. Sampson B. New Zealand’s greatest doctor: Ulric Williams of Wanganui: a surgeon who became a naturopath. Wellington: B Sampson; 1998.
  92. Hutchinson B, Gibbs J, Newson AJ. Safety Through Knowledge. A fifty year history of the New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists: New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists; 1998.
  93. Bieder L. Beginning Again: The Story of Ludwig Bieder. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press; 1998.
  94. Nighy A. Carrick, Pioneer Surgeon: AC Nighy; 1997.
  95. Stewart DT. Pathology in the Wars. A History of Pathology in New Zealand: Philson; 1996c.
  96. Stewart DT. The Pathologists. Their Society and College. A History of Pathology in New Zealand: Philson; 1996.
  97. Stewart DT. Provincial Hospitals. A History of Pathology in New Zealand: Philson; 1996.
  98. Scott JH. Without Parade or Fuss. A Biographical Memoir of John Halliday Scott MD. Christchurch: Administrative Services; 1996.
  99. Rubenstein W, Rubenstein H. Menders of the Mind: a history of the Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists1996.
  100. Hooker C. Orthopaedics in New Zealand. The First 90 Years: New Zealand Orthopaedic Association; 1996.
  101. Harding E. You are a Brave Man: a Kiwi Odyssey in the Himalayas. Auckland: Random Press; 1996.
  102. Gordon G. Rural Delivery. Tales of a Country G.P. Christchurch: Shoal Bay Press; 1996.
  103. Caughey CM. World Wanderer. Auckland: Catherine M Caughey; 1996.
  104. Silverson A, ed. The Last Thirty Years. Christchurch NZ: Bookhouse Publishing Ltd.; 1995.
  105. Haami B. Dr Golan Maaka: Maori Doctor. North Shore City, Auckland: Tandem; 1995.
  106. Butler M. Fred Hollows. Leaving the world a better place. Australia: CIS. Cardigan Street Publishers; 1995.
  107. Stewart DT. Pathology in Hawke’s Bay 1895-1978. A History of Pathology in New Zealand: Philson; 1994c.
  108. Stewart DT. Pathology in Dunedin. Academic & Hospital 1885-1970. Private 1960-1991. A History of Pathology in New Zealand: Philson; 1994c.
  109. Stewart DT. History of Pathology in Christchurch Hospitals. A History of Pathology in New Zealand: Philson; 1994c.
  110. Stewart DT. Pathology in Auckland Hospitals and Auckland School of Medicine. A History of Pathology in New Zealand: Philson; 1994c.
  111. Williamson E. The End of an Era. 1964to 1989. Timaru: Health South Canterbury Ltd; 1994.
  112. Tennant M. Children’s Health, The Nation’s Wealth. Wellington: Bridget Books Ltd; 1994.
  113. Stewart DT. Pathology in Wellington. Public & National Health, Hospital, Academic & Private. A History of Pathology in New Zealand: Philson; 1994.
  114. McIlraith J, ed. The Goods’ Train Doctors: Stories of women doctors in New Zealand 1920-1993. Dunedin: NZ Medical Women’s Assn; 1994.
  115. Hiddleston J. By Stethoscope and Statute. John Hiddleston CMG MD Autobiography Part II 1983-19931994.
  116. Wright-St Clair R. Roll of the Order of St John in New Zealand. 1895-1993: Order of St John Waikato Region; 1993.
  117. Sargison PA. Notable Women in New Zealand Health. Auckland: Longman; 1993.
  118. Kellaway J, Maryan M. A Century of Care. Palmerston North Hospital 1893-1993. NSW Australia: Focus Books; 1993.
  119. Hiddleston J. By Stethoscope and Statute. John Hiddleston CMG MD Autobiography Part I 1925-19831993.
  120. Gluckman A, Gluckman Laurie, ed. Identity and Involvement II. Palmerston North: The Dunmore Press; 1993.
  121. Enticott T. Up the Hill. Cashmere Sanatorium and Coronation Hospital 1910-19911993.
  122. Beattie ID. Ever Ready: The Life of Arthur Guyon Purchas. Auckland St Peter’s Church, Onehunga; 1993.
  123. Conly G. A Case History The Hawke’s Bay Hospital Board 1876-1989. Napier: Hawke’s Bay Area Health Board; 1992.
  124. Begg NC. The Intervening Years. Dunedin: John McIndoe; 1992.
  125. Bayly W. The History of Silverstream Hospital1991.
  126. Maxwell M, ed. Women Doctors in New Zealand: an historical perspective. Auckland NZ: IMS (NZ); 1990.
  127. Hutchinson B. Green Lane Hospital. The First 100 years1990.
  128. Gluckman L. Some Jewish Doctors in Auckland. In: Gluckman A, ed. Identity and involvement Auckland Jewry, Past and Present. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press; 1990:129-43.
  129. Wright St Clair RE. A History of General Practice and of the Royal College of Gerneral Practitioners. Wellington: The College; 1989.
  130. Cowie G. The Life and Times of a GP. Waikanae: Heritage Press; 1989.
  131. Rice G. Black November. The 1918 Influenza Epidemic in New Zealand. New Zealand: Allen & Unwin NZ Ltd. and Historical Branch of Internal Affairs; 1988.
  132. Wright-St Clair R. Caring for People. A History of the Wanganui Hospital Board. Wanganui: Wanganui Hospital Board; 1987.
  133. Williams WH. Out of Sight Out of Mind. The Story of Porirua Hospital: Porirua Hospital; 1987.
  134. Chisholm D. From the Heart: Biography of Sir Brian Barratt-Boyes. Auckland: Reed Methuen; 1987.
  135. Nicks R. Surgeons All: the story of cardiovascular surgery in Australia and New Zealand1984.
  136. Roche EH RA. Green Lane Saga. . Auckland: Ray Richards; 1983.
  137. MacKenzie C. Hospital in the Valley. The Story of Hutt Hospital. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press; 1983.
  138. Gundry JS. Dr Gundry’s Diary. Part 2 Commencing Practice in Christchurch. Christchurch: Nags Head; 1983.
  139. Winton R. The Nature of Things. A History of the Royal College of Pathologists of Austrlasia. Sydney: RCPA; 1982.
  140. Gundry JS. Dr Gundry’s Diary. Part I Superintendent on the Steadfast Feb-June 1851. Christchurch: Nags Head; 1982.
  141. Lambert G. Peter Wilson: Colonial Surgeon. Palmerston North: Dunmore Press; 1981.
  142. Bennett FO. A Canterbury Tale: The Autobiography of Dr Francis Bennett. Wellington: Oxford University Press; 1980c.
  143. Fletcher H. Amenities – Schools – Doctors. Tales of early Taupo1980.
  144. Wade J. Things Medical. Song of Two Waters An Early History of Waiatarua1979:29-30.
  145. Moody W. The Dynamic Doctor: Arthur Moody Of Otago. Auckland: Richards; 1978.
  146. Guy M. Cancer and Milan Brych. Cure or Con? Martinborough NZ: Alister Taylor; 1978.
  147. Furness J, G. Wairau Hospital 100 years of caring: Marlborough Hospital Board; 1978.
  148. Averill L. St George’s Hospital. The First Fifty Years. Christchurch: Whitcoulls Ltd; 1978.
  149. Scott D, ed. The Story of Auckland Hospital 1847-1977. Auckland: Royal Australasian College of Physicians; 1977.
  150. L B, R R. Wellington Hospital 1847-1976: Wellington Hospital Board; 1976.
  151. Gluckman L. Tangiwai. a medical history of 19th century new zealand: LK Gluckman; 1976.
  152. Bell G. Ernest Dieffenbach. Palmerston North: The Dunmore Press; 1976.
  153. Barrett J. Cancer and Cure: A Doctor’s Story. London: Bachman and Turner; 1976.
  154. Barber LH, Towers RJ. Wellington Hospital, 1847-19761976.
  155. Roberts M. King of Con Men. 1975c.
  156. Parry G. Otago Medical School 1875-1975. hn Historical sketch. Dunedin: Medical School University of Otago; 1975.
  157. Borrie J. Despite Captivity: a doctor’s life as a prisoner of war. London: Kimber; 1975.
  158. Preston FI. Lady Doctor – Vintage Model. Wellington NZ Reed; 1974.
  159. McKenzie J. A History of Timaru Hospital. Christchurch: Pegasus; 1974.
  160. Barber LH. No doctor in the house: how Wellington Hospital gained four wards from a battle between stage and pulpit. N Z Med J 1974;80:63-5.
  161. Ancott-Johnson B. Nurse in the North. With Dr GM Smith in the Hokianga: Whitcombe and Tombs; 1973.
  162. MC Donald K. A Century of Service. The Story of Oamaru Hospital: Waitaki Hospital Board; 1972.
  163. Dreadon J. Reminiscences and Reflections. Auckland NZ: J Dreadon; 1972.
  164. Burdon C. Dr AC Barker: Photographer, farmer, physician. Dunedin: John McIndoe; 1972.
  165. Bathgate DA. Doctor in the Sticks. Auckland: Collins; 1972.
  166. Wright-St Clair R. Thoroughly a Man of the World. A Biography of Sir David Munro. Christchurch: Whitcombe & Tombs; 1971.
  167. Watson RB. The Doctor must get Through: 50 years a General Practitioner. Wellington: Reed; 1971.
  168. Herald N. Makers of Auckland. (1871-1971)1971.
  169. Condliffe J. Te Rangi Hiroa. The Life of Sir Peter Buck. Christchurch: Whitcombe and Tombs; 1971.
  170. Lynch PP. No Remedy for Death. Memoirs of a Pathologist. London: John Long Ltd.; 1970.
  171. Eccles JC. Facing Reality. Philosophical Adventures by a brain Scientist. London: Longman; 1970.
  172. Damien S, ed. Growl yu may, but go you must. Auckland: Reed; 1968c.
  173. Grundy E. Who’d marry a doctor? A Chatham Islands Casebook. Christchurch: Whitcombs ans Tombs; 1968.
  174. Bell FG. Surgeon’s Saga. Wellington: Reed; 1968.
  175. Scanlan AB. Hospital on the Hill. A Centennial History of the New Plymouth Hospital: Taranaki Hospital Board; 1967.
  176. Robb D. Medical Odyssey. An Autobiography. Auckland: Collins Bros; 1967.
  177. Lovell-Smith J. New Zealand Doctor and the Welfare State: Blackwood/Janet Paul; 1967.
  178. Hand-Newton C. A Physician in Peace and War. Chrisrchurch: N M Peryer; 1967.
  179. Begg R. The Secret of the Knofe. A Surgeon’s Story. England: Jarrold & Sons Ltd.; 1966c.
  180. Welch GK. Dr Smith. Auckland: Blackwood and Janet Paul; 1965.
  181. McLaglan E. Stethoscope and Saddlebags. Autobiography: Collins; 1965.
  182. Wright St Clair RE. Doctors Munro: a medical saga. London: he Wellcome Medical Library; 1964.
  183. Pound R. Gilles. Surgeon Extraordinary. London: Michael Joseph; 1964.
  184. Moore AE. Operation Lifetime: the memoirs of a New Zealand Surgeon. Auckland: Collins; 1964.
  185. Hercus CE. The Otago Medical School under the First Three Deans. Edinburgh: Livingstone; 1964.
  186. Bennett FO. Cashmere Sanatorium (Now Coronation Hospital): North Canterbury Hospital Board; 1964.
  187. Anderson W. Doctor in the Mountains: Reed; 1964.
  188. Joblin. Harvey Come Quick. The Story of the Little Doctor of Waverley. Auckland: Paul’s Book Arcade; 1963.
  189. Mosley L. Faces from the fire. The Biography of Sir Archibald McIndoe. London: Weidenfield and Nicholson; 1962.
  190. Bennett FO. Hospital on the Avon: The History of Christchurch Hospital 1862-1962. Christchurch: North Canterbury Hospital Board; 1962.
  191. McLeave H. McIndoe Plastic Surgeon. London: Frederick Muller; 1961.
  192. Waterworth G. One Man in his Time: Adventures in Medical Practice. Christchurch NZ: Whitcomb and Tombs; 1960.
  193. Manson C. Doctor Agnes Bennett. London: Michael Joseph; 1960.
  194. Smith S. Mostly Murder. Autobiography. London: George G Harrap & Co Ltd.; 1959.
  195. Bowerbank F. A Doctor’s story. Wellington: Wingfield Press; 1958.
  196. Rogers L. Guerilla Surgeon. London: Collins; 1957.
  197. Gordon D. Doctor Down Under. London: Faber, Whitcombe and Tombs; 1957.
  198. Stout T. New Zealand Medical Services in the Middle East and Italy. Wellington: Dept of Internal Affairs; 1956.
  199. Gordon D. Backblocks Baby Doctor: an autobiography: Faber & Faber; 1955.
  200. Myers BE. The Reminiscences of a Physician. Wellington: Reed; 1949.
  201. Wilson D, MacDonald A. A Hundred Years of Healing. Wellington: AH & AW Reed; 1948.
  202. King MT. Truby King The Man. London: Allen & Unwin; 1948.
  203. McMillan D. Byways of History and Medicine. Christchurch: N M Peryer; 1946.
  204. Jones D. Annals of the University of Otago Medical School 1875-1939. Wellington: AH and AW Reed; 1945.
  205. Jolly D. Field Surgery in Total War1940.
  206. Elliot SJ. Scalpel and Sword. Dunedin NZ: Reed; 1936.
  207. Skinner WH. `Pioneer Medical Men of Taranaki 1834-1880: with an account of the establishment of hospital accommodation at New Plymouth New Plymouth: Thomas Avery& Sons; 1933.
  208. Rauch FC. The History of Auckland Hospital and Auckland Hospital and Charitable Aid Board: Auckland University College; 1933.
  209. Morrison E. Doctor Margaret Cruikshank: First Woman Doctor in New Zealand: Whitcombe and Tombs; 1924.
  210. Carbery AD. The New Zealand Medical Service in the Great War 1914-1918: based on official documents. Auckland: Whitcomb and Tombs; 1924.
  211. Fulton RV. Medical Practice in Otago and Southland in the early days: a description of the manner of life,…….. Dunedin: Otago Daily Times and Witness Newspapers; 1922.
  212. Martin AA. A Surgeon in Khaki. A A AMartin. London: Edward Arnold; 1917.
  213. Stewart DT. Private (Community) Labs and the Lab benefit 1902-1992. A History of Pathology in New Zealand: Philson; 194c.
  214. Clare S, Ward C. 100 years. History of Radiology in Taranaki.




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  1. Roydhouse N. – The champions of tonsillectomy. N Z Med J 1987;100:456-60.
  1. Kass A M. – Saving the Maoris: Dr Thomas Hodgkin as a physician and social reformer. N Z Med J 1988;101:82-6.
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  1. Masters D. – Mad men, militia, Maori and missionaries. Auckland Waikato historical Journal 1995:7-11.
  1. Guy L. – “Straightening the Queers”: Medical Perspectives on Homosexuality in the Mid-Twentieth-Century New Zealand. Health and History 2000;2:101-20.