Doctors Then and Now (Social Studies: Informational Text) (Paperback)
Doctors are an important part of the community. Readers will discover the impact and importance of doctors in this interesting book that uses examples of physicals, surgeons, and medical tools from the past to show the differences and similarities between medicinal practice throughout the years. Through appealing images and fascinating facts, readers learn about medical school, pediatricians, and people who made big impacts on the medical field, like Florence Nightingale and Elizabeth Blackwell. This book features a table of contents, glossary, and index for further understanding of the content.
Sarah Kartchner Clark, Ph.D., has been writing and publishing curriculum for many years, with much of her work published in national and international literacy and teacher education journals. She earned her Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and her Master's degree in Language, Reading, and Culture from the University of Arizona. She earned her Ph.D. from Utah State University where she is currently an Assistant Professor of Elementary Education. Dr. Clark's research focuses on literacy education, teacher preparation, support for novice teachers, and support for struggling readers.