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[In 1914 the Australasian Division of the British Empire included not only the Australian colonies but also New ZealandNew Zealand, the Fiji IslandsFiji Islands, PapuaPapua New Guinea, and some Western Pacific islandsWestern Pacific islands (Fig. 11.1). Britain had a presence in the region from...
[This final chapter has three main aims: it reflects on the experience of professionalization of pharmacy in the British Empire described in previous chapters, against the five markers of professionalization derived from Bennell’s analysis of pharmacy in Ghana (Chapter 1); it explores the extent...
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