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‘A few hints suggested by Mr Keate for the consideration of Messrs Gunning & Walker’, 27 May 1793

Keate states that surgeons are expected to visit their patients at least twice a week as well as spend time afterwards ‘for conversation & explanation to the Pupils’; that the ‘old custom of committing on a certain day of the week to be revived’, with operations to be performed on a certain day; an anatomy lecturer should be found for the hospital; ‘he should be required to examine Morbid Bodies, & report the appearance on dissection’ in a book for the use of the physicians, surgeons and pupils; the pupils’ fees would not be of ‘sufficient indemnification’, but they should be paid £200, excluding pupils’ fees; the surgeons should give one lecture each week on patient cases in the summer, and in the winter on ‘the Dead Subject’; lectures on the principles and practice of surgery ‘would be useful’ but the surgeons ‘may not be prepared for such a course’; lectures on chemistry, practice of physic or materia medica and midwifery can be given by ‘persons attached to the interest of the Hospital & connected with the medical men belonging to it’

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