Meanderings in New Jersey's Medical History
About the Book
In some respect each of this collection of essays pertains to New Jersey’s medical history. Although each chapter stands alone and may differ in style and tone, together they provide a narrative history of medical practice from pre-Colonial times almost to the present. The narrative depicts a kaleidoscope of medical personalities - some heroic, others distinctly not.
About the Author
Dr. Michael Nevins practiced internal medicine and cardiology in northern New Jersey for nearly four decades and currently is Medical Director of Long Term Care at Bergen Regional Medical Center. He frequently lectures and writes on subjects related ti medical history, recent books including Jewish Medicine. What It Is and Why It Matters (2006), A Tale of Two "Villages": Vineland and Skillman, NJ (2009) and Abraham Flexner: A Flawed American Icon (2010.) Dr. Nevins currently is vice-president of the Medical History Society of New Jersey and in 2010 received that organization's David L. Cowan Award in recognition of his activities in the field of medical history.