Posted on 12 December 2017
We like to keep track of our PhD students' achievements, and are especially pleased to see their work receiving the coverage it deserves. So we are very pleased to report on Sarah Hartley's recent mention in the Australian and New Zealand Society of the History of Medicine's Newsletter regarding her recent Medical History article 'Interweaving Ideas and Patchwork programmes: Nutrition Projects in Colonial Fiji, 1945-60'.
Sarah's article is fully open access and is available via Medical History's website.
Well done Sarah!