Thomson, E. (2015). Medical Knowledge, Medical Education, and the Career Choices of Women Doctors C.1860–1920: An Edinburgh Case Study. In Tsouroufli, M. (Ed.). Gender, Careers and Inequalities in Medicine and Medical Education: International Perspectives, 15-41. Emerald. doi:10.1108/s2051-233320150000002002. ISBN 978-1-78441-690-4; 978-1-78441-689-8
This chapter explores the inequalities and restrictions faced by women as they entered the medical profession in the United Kingdom. A case study in the first hospital in the ...
Thomson, E. (2003). "Beware of worthless imitations": advertising in nursing periodicals 1888-1945. In S. McGann, & B. Mortimer (Eds.), New Directions in Nursing History: International Perspectives, 158-178. Routledge
Thomson, E. (2001). Between seperate spheres: medical women and the development of VD services in Edinburgh. In S. Sturdy (Ed.), Medicine and the Public Sphere: Britain 1550-2000, 107-122. Routledge
Thomson, E. (2001). Beware of worthless limitations: advertising in nursing periodicals c1888-1945. In McGann, S. & Mortimer, B. (Eds.). New Directions in Nursing History: International Perspectives. Taylor & Francis (Routledge). ISBN 978 415 30433 4
Thomson, E. (2000). Modern Times (1914-1990s): medicine and medical achievements. In M. Lynch (Ed.), Oxford Companion to Scottish History, 154-156. Oxford University Press
Thomson, E. (2000). Advertising to nurses before the Second World War. In Advertising in the Twentieth Century, 47-68. Merchiston Publishing