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In this section you can look at resources categorised by discipline. The latest resources are shown below, or you can go straight to the History, Geography or Modern Studies pages to see all resources for that discipline.
All History Resources
Dr Laura Kelly from the University of Strathclyde describes the struggles women have had in entering the medical preofession over the past 200 years.
Dr Linsey Robb from the University of Strathclyde explains how civilian casualties were transported and treated in Britain during the Second World War.
Dr Matthew Smith explains how Ritalin became the predominant drug for the treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in the USA after the Second World War
Dr Emma Newlands from the University of Strathclyde explains how wounded soldiers were evacuated and treated in theatres of war between 1939 and 1945.
All Geography Resources
A map showing recent cholera outbreaks in Haiti.
Photo PowerPoint and activities on the cholera outbreak in Haiti in 2010.
Interactive website contains activities, resources and information on life in Africa for children.
Oxfam Public Health staff in Artibonite talk about their work in the cholera programme; in particular teaching families how to use aquatabs so that they are protected against the disease, and their role in checking that people are using enough.
Julie Schindall, media officer in Haiti, discusses Oxfam's public health work in response to the Cholera outbreak in Haiti.
All Modern Studies Resources
Article by Michael Mosley on the impact of warfare on the development of modern medicine. This focuses specifically on a hospital at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan, a unit at the forefront of the development of trauma surgery. A video depicts the work of the British and American surgeons who work here and their efforts to treat battle casualties.
UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on the increasingly severe cholera epidemic sweeping Haiti.