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Pharmacy and Professionalization in the British Empire, 1780–1970New Zealand and the Western Pacific: Ownership and Company Chemists

Pharmacy and Professionalization in the British Empire, 1780–1970: New Zealand and the Western... [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 the mid-nineteenth century, with the first settler ships arriving in New Zealand from Britain in 1840. Early settlers there included chemists and druggists from Britain and Ireland. A few found their way to the smaller islands, although many of the pharmacists who settled there moved on from Australia or New Zealand. By the time the first ones arrived in New Zealand first steps in the professionalization of pharmacy and its separation from medicine had already been taken in Britain; the PSGB was founded just a year after the first settlers left to start new lives.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Pharmacy and Professionalization in the British Empire, 1780–1970New Zealand and the Western Pacific: Ownership and Company Chemists

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Publisher
Springer International Publishing
Copyright
© The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2021
ISBN
978-3-030-78979-4
Pages
311 –339
DOI
10.1007/978-3-030-78980-0_11
Publisher site
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Abstract

[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 the mid-nineteenth century, with the first settler ships arriving in New Zealand from Britain in 1840. Early settlers there included chemists and druggists from Britain and Ireland. A few found their way to the smaller islands, although many of the pharmacists who settled there moved on from Australia or New Zealand. By the time the first ones arrived in New Zealand first steps in the professionalization of pharmacy and its separation from medicine had already been taken in Britain; the PSGB was founded just a year after the first settlers left to start new lives.]

Published: Oct 23, 2021

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