Miles Phillips: 'Mr Mckenzie's lectures on midwifery' 9 February 1954


Miles Phillips: 'Mr Mckenzie's lectures on midwifery' 9 February 1954

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Phillips, Miles H. (Miles Harris) (person)

Miles Harris Phillips was born in Portishead, near Bristol in 1875. Following a sound medical education at University College Bristol, Bristol Royal Infirmary, and King's College, London, from which he graduated with honours in obstetrics, he travelled to Japan as a ship's surgeon to recuperate from an illness, and returned to a position as house surgeon at Leicester Royal Infirmary. In 1904 he began his long association with the Jessop Hospital for Women, Sheffield, joining as resi...

Moir, John Chassar, 1900-1977 (person)

John Chassar Moir CBE, MD, FRCS (Ed), FRCOG (1900-1977), Nuffield Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Oxford from 1937-1967, is best remembered for his work on the effects of the fungus ergot and its derivatives on labour. His early studies on the muscular activity of the pregnant and non-pregnant uterus led to the discovery of a new active principle in ergot, and in collaboration with H W Dudley he isolated the substance ergometrine, which was widely used f...

Mackenzie, Colin., 1697-1775 (person)