PPD timeline

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Microscope invention (Anton Van Leeuwenhoek) - early 1500s

01/01/1510 - 02/01/1510

Royal collage of Physicians -1518

01/01/1518 - 02/01/1518

Pope Clement allowed Anatomy teaching by dissection - 1537

01/01/1537 - 02/01/1537

Company of Surgeons - 1540

01/01/1540 - 02/01/1540

Andreas Vesalius publishes 'De Humani Corporis Fabrica' - 1543

01/01/1543 - 02/01/1543

Circulation of Blood discovered (William Harvey) - 1628

01/01/1628 - 02/01/1628

Anatomy School in London (John Hunter) - 1764

01/01/1764 - 02/01/1764

VACCINATION (Edward Jenner)- 1796

01/01/1796 - 02/01/1796

Royal Collage of Surgeons - 1800

01/01/1800 - 02/01/1800

Rise of GP (early 1800s)

01/01/1801 - 02/01/1801

Anatomical Society - 1810

01/01/1810 - 02/01/1810

Stethoscope (Rene Laennec) - 1816

01/01/1816 - 02/01/1816

Anaesthesia (John Snow ) - (1840s)

01/01/1840 - 02/01/1840

National Public Health Act (permissive, not compulsory) - 1848

01/01/1848 - 02/01/1848

John snow proved Cholera was water-borne(: . disproved miasma) - 1854

01/01/1854 - 02/01/1854

Compulsory Smallpox Vaccination Act - 1858

01/01/1858 - 02/01/1858

Medical Registration Act (Formation of GMC) - 1858

01/01/1858 - 02/01/1858

Antiseptic (Joseph Lister) - 1865

01/01/1865 - 02/01/1865

Health Visiting (started in Salford) - 1870s

01/01/1870 - 02/01/1870

London School of Medicine for Women - 1874

01/01/1874 - 02/01/1874

TB bacillus identified - 1882

01/01/1882 - 02/01/1882

V. Cholera discovered - 1884

01/01/1884 - 02/01/1884

Votes for Working Men - 1885

01/01/1885 - 02/01/1885

Compulsory Disease Notification - 1889

01/01/1889 - 02/01/1889

X-Ray (Wilhelm Roentgen) - 1895

01/01/1895 - 02/01/1895

Aspirin (Felix hoffmann) - 1897

01/01/1897 - 02/01/1897

1st ECG (William Eindhoven) - 1903

01/01/1903 - 02/01/1903

Vitamins (mineral deficiency) (William Fletcher) - 1905

01/01/1905 - 02/01/1905

Rise of Labour Party - 1906

01/01/1906 - 02/01/1906

Vitamins given name 'vitamins' - 1912

01/01/1912 - 02/01/1912

Ministry of Health formed -1919

01/01/1919 - 02/01/1919

Dawson Report - 1920

01/01/1920 - 02/01/1920

Insulin (Banting & Best) - 1922

01/01/1922 - 02/01/1922

Votes for Women - 1928

01/01/1928 - 02/01/1928

Antibiotics (Alex Flemming) - 1928

01/01/1928 - 02/01/1928

Cardiac Catherisation (self experiment) (Werner Forssmann) - 1929

01/01/1929 - 02/01/1929

8 Cholera Riots (anti medical profession) - 1932

01/01/1932 - 02/01/1932

CPR (Langworthy & Kouwenhoven) - 1933

01/01/1933 - 02/01/1933

Beverage Report - 1942

01/01/1942 - 02/01/1942

NHS established - 1948

01/01/1948 - 02/01/1948

WHO formed - 1948

01/01/1948 - 02/01/1948

1st Kidney Transplant - 1950

01/01/1950 - 02/01/1950

Royal Collage of GPs - 1952

01/01/1952 - 02/01/1952

Polio vaccine (Jonas Salk, med student) - 1953

01/01/1953 - 02/01/1953

DNA (Watson & Crick) (Rosamond Franklins data used) - 1953

01/01/1953 - 02/01/1953

Pacemaker (Wilson Greatbatch) - 1960

01/01/1960 - 02/01/1960

Heart Transplant (Chirstian Barnard) - 1967

01/01/1967 - 02/01/1967

Rise of Hospice - 1967

01/01/1967 - 02/01/1967

1st NHS Heart Transplant - 1968

01/01/1968 - 02/01/1968

Brain Dead Definition - 1968

01/01/1968 - 02/01/1968

CAT scan - 1972

01/01/1972 - 02/01/1972

Persistent Vegetative State - 1972

01/01/1972 - 02/01/1972

1st Test Tube Baby born - 1978

01/01/1978 - 02/01/1978

Smallpox Vaccine - 1980

01/01/1980 - 02/01/1980

Black Report - 1980

01/01/1980 - 02/01/1980

MRI scan - 1981

01/01/1981 - 02/01/1981

Heart, Lung & Liver Transplant - 1987

01/01/1987 - 02/01/1987

Laser Eye Surgery - 1987

01/01/1987 - 02/01/1987

Breast Screening Programme - 1988

01/01/1988 - 02/01/1988

NHS Community Care Act - 1990

01/01/1990 - 02/01/1990

MMR vaccine - 1990s

01/01/1990 - 02/01/1990

Cloning - 1997

01/01/1997 - 02/01/1997

Stem Cells - 1998

01/01/1998 - 02/01/1998

Acts

Murder Act - 1752 (only corpses of executed murders used for dissection)

01/01/1752 - 02/01/1752

Anatomy Act (1) - 1832

01/01/1832 - 02/01/1832

Medical Registration Act (Formation of GMC) - 1858

01/01/1858 - 02/01/1858

Contagious Diseases Act - 1860

01/01/1860 - 02/01/1860

Compulsory Disease Notification (not act) - 1889

01/01/1889 - 02/01/1889

National Insurance Act + Census introducing social classes - 1911

01/01/1911 - 02/01/1911

Abortion Act (1) - 1967

01/01/1967 - 02/01/1967

Anatomy Act (2) - 1984

01/01/1984 - 02/01/1984

Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act (HFEA) - 1990

01/01/1990 - 01/02/1990

Abortion Act (amended) - 1990

01/01/1990 - 02/01/1990

NHS Community Care Act - 1990

01/01/1990 - 02/01/1990

Human Rights Act - LAL 2,3,5,8,9,14, (25) (1998)

01/01/1998 - 02/01/1998

Data Protection Act - 1998

01/01/1998 - 01/02/1998

Human Tissue Act (in place of Anatomy Act) - 2004

01/01/2004 - 02/01/2004

NHS

National Insurance Act + Census introducing social classes - 1911

01/01/1911 - 02/01/1911

Ministry of Health formed - 1919

01/01/1919 - 02/01/1919

Beverage Report - 1942

01/01/1942 - 02/01/1942

NHS formed - 1948 july 5th

01/01/1948 - 02/01/1948

Prescription charge 1 shilling, dental treatment £1 - 1952

01/01/1952 - 02/01/1952

Hospital Plan (approved develotment of District Hospitals) - 1962

01/01/1962 - 02/01/1962

Prescription charges abolished - 1965

01/01/1965 - 02/01/1965

Salmon Report - 1967

01/01/1967 - 02/01/1967

Rise of Hospice - 1967

01/01/1967 - 02/01/1967

1st NHS Heart Transplant - 1968

01/01/1968 - 02/01/1968

Prescription charges reintroduced - 1968

01/01/1968 - 02/01/1968

Black Report - 1980

01/01/1980 - 02/01/1980

Breast Screening Programme - 1988

01/01/1988 - 02/01/1988

NHS Community Care Act - 1990

01/01/1990 - 02/01/1990

1st NHS trust established - 1991

01/01/1991 - 02/01/1991

NHS Organ Donor Registration - 1994

01/01/1994 - 02/01/1994

NHS Direct - 1998

01/01/1998 - 02/01/1998

NHs Walk in Centre - 2000

01/01/2000 - 02/01/2000