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Biographical entry Dew, Harold Robert (1891 - 1962)

Born
14 April 1891
Reservoir, Victoria, Australia
Died
17 November 1962
Wheelers Hill, Victoria, Australia
Occupation
Surgeon

Summary

Sir Harold Dew was Bosch Professor of Surgery, University of Sydney from 1930. He also introduced the Bachelor of Science (Medicine) Degree in 1949 and was instrumental in the establishment of the National Health and Medical Research Council.

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1922 -
Career position - Clinical-Assistant, Melbourne Hospital
1922 - 1925
Career position - Honorary Associate, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute
1923 -
Career position - Secretary, Surgical Association of Melbourne
1923 -
Career position - Honorary Surgeon, Out-Patient, Melbourne Hospital
1924
Award - R. C. S.'s Jacksonian Prize
1928 -
Award - Fellow, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
c. 1930 -
Career position - Honorary, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
1930
Career position - Hunterian Professor of the Royal College of Surgeons (R.C.S)
1930 - c. 1956
Career position - Bosch Chair of Surgery, The University of Sydney
1936 - 1938
Career position - Dean of Medicine, The University of Sydney
c. 1939 - c. 1945
Career position - Royal Australian Air Force Flying Personnel Research Committee
1940 - 1952
Career position - Dean of Medicine, The University of Sydney
1940 - 1954
Career position - Council Member, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
1948
Career position - Vice President, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons
1953 - 1954
Career position - President, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons

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Journal Articles

  • Dew, H. R., 'Development in Undergraduate Medical Education in Australia', The Medical Journal of Australia, no. 1, 1951, pp. 35-40. Details

Online Resources

McCarthy, G.J.