Introduction to History of Health Sciences I

History UCSF 200A

Fall 2011
Dolan, B.
3333 California St., S.F. - Room 485
Day & Time: 
T 10-12

General survey chronologically arranged from ancient times to 1800, with the primary focus on the Western world. This course presents the broad conceptual developments that in each period influenced the evolution of medical knowledge, the promotion of professional activities, and the experiences of illness and health.


Fall Term Courses at UCSF begin week of September 22 and end on December 2, 2011, the last day of Exams. For information on these UCSF History courses, contact the Director of Graduate Studies, Professor Elizabeth Watkins, at Interested graduate students can receive credit for these UCSF courses by completing an Intercampus Exchange Program Application. Go to for detailed instructions.