L’homéopathie au Québec (1840-1904) : l’institutionnalisation d’une pratique médicale controversée

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Author/collaborator
Title
L’homéopathie au Québec (1840-1904) : l’institutionnalisation d’une pratique médicale controversée
Abstract
The author sets out to prove that, in Quebec, the homeopathic movement presented itself as modern and scientific, and was part of the more general movement toward the social recognition of professional medicine. Most of the early practitioners of homeopathic medicine in the province were anglophones. The Montreal Homoeopathic Association was incorporated in 1865, and the Montreal Homoeopathic Hospital was founded in 1894.
Publication
Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française
Volume
Vol. 50
Issue
no. 3
Pages
347-374
Date
Hiver 1997
Language
fr
Citation
Robitaille, Jean-Pierre. “L’homéopathie au Québec (1840-1904) : l’institutionnalisation d’une pratique médicale controversée.” Revue d’histoire de l’Amérique française Vol. 50, no. 3 (Hiver 1997): 347–374.
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