“... the current may turn towards the [medical] schools of the great nations of the south ... the Africander, the Australian, or the New Zealander may reach a development before which even ‘the glory that was Greece’ may pale”
The influence of Sir William Osler on medicine is still apparent nearly 100 years after his death. Here, I examine what he knew about Australia, which Australians he met and how this enriched their personal and professional lives, and his influence on Australian medicine in general.
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