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‘Women Doctors and the First World War’ with Dr Ann Roberston


Ann Robertson qualified from the University of Birmingham in 1975 and pursued a career in anaesthesia from July 1976. She became a Consultant Anaesthetist in 1987 working at Hairmyres Hospital, East Kilbride before moving to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Her interest in WW1 came whilst working with Mr Tom Scotland, orthopaedic surgery. Ann wrote about …

Ep.305 – Women doctors on the Eastern and Western Fronts – Dr Ann Robertson


Former medical consultant, historian and author, Dr Ann Robertson, talks about her research into female doctors’ service and the First World War.



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