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Settling Short on Tobacco: Let the Trials Begin
(American Medical Association, 1997)
Placing the View from Nowhere: Historical and Sociological Problems in the Location of Science
(Blackwell Publishing, 1998)
Over the past two decades broadly geographical sensibilities have become prominent in the academic study of science. An account is given of tensions in science studies between transcendentalist conceptions of truth and ...
Cordelia's Love: Credibility and the Social Studies of Science
(The University of Chicago Press, 1995)
This article assesses the current state of research on the credibility of scientific claims and makes some recommendations about the lines along which future historical and sociological inquiry might most constructively ...
Officers and Council Members of the British Society for the History of Science, 1947–97
(Cambridge University Press, 1997)
As described elsewhere in this issue of BJHS, preliminary steps towards founding a society for the history of science in Britain were taken in 1946. A meeting was held at the Science Museum, London, on 22 November 1946, ...
Why the Public Ought to Understand Science-in-the-Making
(SAGE Publications, 1992)
Electronic Patient-Physician Communication: Problems and Promise
(American College of Physicians, 1998)
A critical mass of Internet users will soon enable wide diffusion of electronic communication within medical practice. E-mail between physicians and patients offers important opportunities for better communication. Linking ...
Tobacco Industry Strategies to Oppose Federal Regulation
(American Medical Association, 1996)
HIV Testing, Counseling, and Prophylaxis After Sexual Assault
(American Medical Association, 1994)
Tobacco Liability and Public Health Policy
(American Medical Association, 1991)