Osler


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 (ōs′lər, ōz′-), Sir William 1849-1919.
Canadian-born British physician and educator. He was a revered and influential teacher who transformed medical education, especially during his tenure at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland (1889-1905).

Osler

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(Biography) Sir William. 1849–1919, Canadian physician, pioneer of residency in medical training
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He was reading Osler's Medicine, which had recently taken the place in the students' favour of Taylor's work, for many years the text-book most in use.
Today, Osler's books, memory, and achievements are celebrated on a global scale.
By Jovina Concepcion Bachynski, RN, BScN, CNeph(C), Vascular Access Coordinator, William Osler, Brampton, ON
Intelsat managing director for Africa, Jonathan Osler, said, "Intelsat's commitment to the African business community is unparalleled.
Before joining Intelsat, Osler served as the leader of Middle East and Africa sales for ViaSat Inc, a satellite networking services company.
ProArt Gallery, targeted towards art lovers and collectors from the UAE and the GCC region, features paintings by renowned artists and separate sections for collectables Osler crystal chandeliers, said a statement from DIP.
Villagers said Mr Osler - who had two teenage sons and a son in his 20s - had appeared before a judge at Norwich Crown Court in January 2009 after attacking an ex-partner.
Rachel had been walking with daughter Lesley and Owen at around 11am when Osler, known as Ozzy, shot her twice with a pistol.