Three parallel sessions

Friday June 2, sessions in GILLESALEN

Chaired by Arne Lundblad, 10:30-11:50

10:30-10:50
THE ERRATIC MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE ACCUMULATION; DIFFERENTIAL INFANT DIAGNOSIS, THE SHAKEN BABY SYNDROME AND EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE
Högberg U
Department of Women´s and Children´s Health, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden

10:50-11:10
MIDWIVES EDUCATED IN COPENHAGEN 1739-1920
Juhl, M.
Retired orthopedic surgeon, lic.med., Viborg, Denmark

11:10-11:30
CALL THE MIDWIFE – A TRUE STORY OF BURTRÄSK RURAL DISTRICT IN THE 1900s
Blomquist H K: son1
1) Västerbotten Society for Medical History and Department of Clinical Sciences, Pediatrics, Umeå University, SE-901 85 Umeå, Sweden

11:30-11:50
TAGE MALMSTRÖM – INVENTOR OF THE VACUUM EXTRACTOR
Nyberg G1
1Medical History Society Göteborg, Sweden

LUNCH at Clarion Hotel Gillet

Chaired by Anders Uppfeldt, 15:15-16:35

15:15-15:35
NÜRNBERGER MEDICINAL WEIGHTS DISCLOSED IN THE WRECK OF THE 17TH CENTURY SWEDISH MAN-OF-WAR HMS KRONAN
Lindeke B G A
Swedish Academy of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Box 1136, SE-111 81 Stockholm

15:35-15:55
THE VALUE OF POISON – THE UNDERSTANDING OF OPIUM AMONG SWEDISH PHARMACISTS 1870-1925
Daniel Berg, Phd. Department of Economic History, Stockholm University

15:55-16:15
CHANGES IN THE LATVIAN PHAMACEUTICAL SECTOR DUE TO THE OCCUPATION BY THE NAZI GERMANY (1941-1945)
Lauze S1, Mauriņa B1, Šidlovska V1
1) Faculty of Pharmacy, Riga Stradiņš University, Riga, Latvia

16:15-16:35
PSYCHIATRIC CARE IN THE EYES OF FOREIGN VISITORS
Svedberg G
Associated at Department of Clinical Sciences, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden

Friday June 2, sessions in SWEDENBORGSALEN

Chaired by Urban Josefsson, 10:30-11:50

10:30-10:50
MEDICINE AS AN ART OR A SCIENCE? IMPLICATIONS OF THE SCIENTIFICATION OF MEDICINE IN EDUCATION FROM THE TURN OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
Dhondt, P1
1) Department of Geographical and Historical Studies, University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland

10:50-11:10
NORDIC DECAY: TRACING SCANDINAVIAN DEGENERATION THEORIES, 1880-1922.
Klette, R
Birkbeck, University of London, London, United Kingdom

11:10-11:30
18TH CENTURY POPULATION RECORDS AS SOURCE MATERIAL FOR MEDICAL HISTORY: PROBLEMS, POSSIBILITIES AND SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
Maaniitty E
1) Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland

11:30-11:50
DR ANTON NYSTRÖM AS FOUNDER OF A POSITIVISTIC COMMUNION
Sjöstrand, Nils O
Dept of Physiology and Pharmacology, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm

LUNCH at Clarion Hotel Gillet

Chaired by Kerstin Hulter Åsberg, 15:15-16:35

15:15-15:35
OLD DISEASES, CURRENT MEDICAL PROBLEMS: THE CASE OF COCOLIZTLI IN NEW SPAIN IN 1545-1548
Guevara S1
1) Centre for the History of Science, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

15:35-15:55
OUR BATTLE AGAINST TUBERCULOSIS 
Boman, Gunnar, Professor, Uppsala

15:55-16:15
CARING FOR THE PEOPLE: THE ESTABLISHMENT OF DISPENSARIES IN SWEDEN
Nelson, MC
1 HTM, ISAK, Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden

16:15-16:35
ISRAEL HOLMGREN – PHYSICIAN, POLITICIAN, PATIENT
Wistrand, J
Department of the History of Medicine, Lund University, Lund, Sweden

Friday June 2, sessions in LINNÉSALEN

Chaired by Bertil Karlmark, 10:30-11:50

10:30-10:50
POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Three minutes short presentation of the main message of each poster.
Poster Exhibition is in Gillesalen during the Congress days, June 1st and June 2nd.

10:50-11:10
PICTURE CONTROL: CYTOMETRICS, SCIENTIFIC FRIENDSHIP, AND THE ZEISS “UNIVERSALMICROSPEKTROPRAPH I”, 1948-1966
Ljungström O1
1) Enheten för medicinens historia och kulturarv / Unit for the history and heritage of medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden

11:10-11:30
EARLY DEVELOPMENT OF PEDIATRIC ONCOLOGY IN SWEDEN
Anders Kreuger Uppsala, Göran Gustafsson Stockholm, Gunilla Berglund Göteborg, Lars Åhström Stockholm, Stanislaw Garwicz Lund

11:30-11:50
INFANT FEEDING METHODS AND CHANGES IN REGIONAL PATTERNS IN MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY IN ICELAND 1850 TO 1920
Ólöf Garðarsdóttir, Professor University of Iceland

LUNCH at Clarion Hotel Gillet

Chaired by Jan Stålhammar, 15:15-16:35

15:15-15:35
BLOOD, BONE, AND DNA AT THE NORWEGIAN MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Lefkaditou A 1
1 National Medical Museum/Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology, Oslo, Norway

15:35-15:55
RABID FINLAND:
HYDROPHOBIA IN FINLAND DURING THE 19th and EARLY 20th CENTURIES
Deckwirth V

15:55-16:15
AT HOME WITH PEOPLE WITH SEVERE AND LONG TERM MENTAL ILLNESS
Lange, E 1
1 National Medical Museum/Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology, Oslo, Norway

16:15-16:35
THE CHILDREN WHO SAVED THE ULTRA SOUND ECHO DIAGNOSTICS FROM A PREMATURE DEATH
Sjögren, Irène Uppsala