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Pathology Museum

Prescott Hewett was appointed the first curator of the museum in the 1840s, and he also introduced the practice of keeping post mortem books. The curator of the museum was also responsible for conducting post mortem examinations together with the assistant curator, and the post mortem casebooks frequently refer to pathological specimens preserved in the museum. Specimens were regularly obtained from post mortem examinations or during surgery at the hospital, and the museum has continued to be an integral part of teaching at St George's.

The first printed museum catalogue was published in 1866, edited by John William Ogle and Timothy Holmes. This was apparently based on a scheme by Henry Gray, which however has not survived.

The museum was rearranged in 1881, and a new numbering system was adopted. In 1882, a supplementary catalogue, edited by Isambard Owen, was published.

Additionally, two manuscript catalogues exist, the first one covering the years 1884-1899, and the second one 1900-c.1917.

The so-called ‘Green books’ include ‘historical specimens’, numbered 1-101 and introduce a new classification based on diseases.

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Tobacco Free Initiative Programme

Contains papers and photographs from the Tobacco Free Initiative Programme.

In 2002, the World Health Organisation, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (EMRO) commissioned the International Centre for Drug Policy (ICDP) at St George's, University of London to deliver a comprehensive training programme on tobacco free initiatives for senior medical practitioners and senior advisors in public health and tobacco programmes from the Middle Eastern countries.

The overall aim of the Programme was to enhance knowledge of the participants in a range of skills and interventions relating to tobacco free initiatives including smoking cessation and to provide them with resources to reduce smoking prevalence and related diseases within their home countries. Each programme was designed to reflect the specified learning needs of the participants as advised by EMRO and was structured around four broad themes made up of relevant sessions, each with learning aims:

· An introduction and overview of smoking and health
· National Policy, Strategy and Programmes
· Service Development
· Service Level Interventions

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Trends in Volatile Substance Abuse (VSA)

Contains reports on Trends in Volatile Substance Abuse (VSA). This work was transferred to ICDP in c.2009.

The scope of the work was to provide a basis for policy makers and professionals to assess the effectiveness of interventions intended to address the problem of VSA. ICDP was required to publish an annual statistical summary of data in trends in deaths associated with the deliberate inhalation of volatile substances.

The reports include data on the numbers of death associated with volatile substance abuse, broken down by age, gender, local authority area of residence, substance abused and method of administration. They also include commentary on trends in data and key findings.

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Involving Service Users Toolkit

Project papers relating to the Service User Involvement Toolkit.

The toolkit was produced for the managers and staff of the alcohol and drug services in Croydon. The toolkit was produced by the International Centre for Drug Policy (ICDP) on behalf of and in partnership with the Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT) and the Service User Representation Group (SURG) in Croydon.

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St George's Student Records Vol 1

Transcribed 21st century records book covering students who registered between 1752-1785 (student numbers 1-1089). Some entries provide details of student qualifications, working life, dates of birth and death, and other information.

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St George's Student Records Vol 2

Transcribed 21st century records book covering students who registered between 1785-1813 (student numbers 1090-2165). Some entries provide details of student qualifications, working life, dates of birth and death, and other information

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St George's Student Records Vol 5

Transcribed 21st century records book covering students who registered between 1839-1857 (student numbers 3809-4614). Some entries provide details of student qualifications, working life, dates of birth and death, and other information.

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St George's Student Records Vol 7

Transcribed 21st century records book covering students who registered between 1876-1889 (student numbers 5225-5812). Some entries provide details of student qualifications, working life, dates of birth and death, and other information.

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St George's Student Records Vol 9

Transcribed 21st century records book covering students who registered between 1902-1918 (student numbers 5813-6247). The dates entered are the covering dates, not the dates of creation or accumulation of the register. Some entries provide details of student qualifications, working life, dates of birth and death, and other information.

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Student index cards: surnames A, B, C

Student index cards containing information about admissions, previous education, courses undertaken and qualifications obtained; includes some student photographs and correspondence relating to pupils; some index cards contain data relating to patients on the reverse.

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Student index cards: surnames G, H

Student index cards containing information about admissions, previous education, courses undertaken and qualifications obtained; includes some student photographs and correspondence relating to pupils; some index cards contain data relating to patients on the reverse

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