LOA maps

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LOA Timeline

A timeline!

First training session: a review

The first full day training session took place on 29th October in King’s College Archives. Andrea Tanner delivered the first, morning, session on the changes which have taken place in framing medical vocabularies and terminology since the nineteenth century. She focused on her experience in helping to develop the Historic Hospital Admission Records Project (HHARP), which in the first instance drew on admission registers belonging to Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.