Neil Westphalen has written extensively on Navy medical history for the last 20-odd years. The intent of his PhD research project is to fill an important gap in the RAN’s historiography, regarding its health services from 1900 to 2000, on comparable terms to Michael Tyquin’s centenary history of the Australian Army Medical Corps, and Rowan Strong’s history of the RAN chaplaincy service from 1911 to the Vietnam War.
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