5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Hippocrates and Perdicca
- 5th and 6th century AD Alexandrian curriculum
- St. Cosmas and Damian
- a first 3 of liberal arts, particularly how they broke up the liberal arts
o Grammar, logic and rhetoric
o The way liberal arts was broken down in renaissance
- b part of a saint) and the snake of Asclepius
- c o Erasistratus and Antiochus
• Discovery of love sickness
o Making Hippocrates look like a heroic figure
- d • Canon of texts from Hippocrates and Galen read in order
- e • These saints have mythological tones similar to Asclepius
• Birth - miraculous births
o Twin boys and their medicine/art was empowered by Jesus
o Better than pagan doctors
o Empowered by Jesus as opposed to Pagan Gods
• Miraculous Cures
o Pray to them and they can treat you
5 Multiple choice questions
- Theodore makes signs of cross then prayer before curing anyone, not much in regards for medical implements
- Spend at least 1 year as an apprentice after completing school. Licensing: need a university education but there had been exceptions.
o Standards of competence for a doctor Page 450.
o 3 year university education, 5 years of studying medicine, then you have to pass a test
• Need government regulation for his
- Someone who teachers, doctor of natural philosophy
- "Above all, do no harm"
5 True/False questions
Liberal arts in late antiquity and medieval time → it's an oath (invocation, promise, punishment)
o invocation - swearing in, called upon the witness
o Promise - by person who swears oath, what you're going to do; treat master's sons and brothers,e ducate them as his own and will not teach anyone who has not sworn oath
• Some prohibitions, also some positives
• Never cut a person open
• Don't harm patients
• Overall conduct
• Respect the house, respect property
• In regard to respect, you can't have sex with patients, etc
• In regard to confidentiality, you gotta keep things to yourself and not tell patients.
o The punishment - for doing it is a curse.
o Erasmus of Rotterdam (1466 - 1536)
o Philipp Melanchthon (1497 - 1560)
• These two were faces of humanism in the renaissance
• Start to discuss the oath itself with students, don't make them take it however.
Stele of Epidaurus → Asclepius uses medications, he cuts people open, uses medical implements (something medical about it), practicing a technae
Asclepius = imbalance in the body, no causation of a God making
Hippocrates and Artaxerxes → o 13th century fresco
o Galen being lectured to by Hippocrates
• The complexion of the day itself and temperaments of human beings
Hippocrates and the Plague → Hippocrates stopped the plague
o Makes ideal physician as someone who can do anything
• In our only account of the plague, physicians were dying from it
• People didn't trust physicians
Empiricist → ...