Younger Brother has a GCSE History question he'd like to ask. (Medicine through Time) Watch

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Hi, Princess Kawaii's younger brother here and I'm going to be taking my GCSE History - Medicine through Time paper this Friday.

I've gone through past papers and decided that I will be tackling Q5 rather than Q6 since I know far more about ancient doctors, medicine, and public health than the later years and so here's the little problem I have. They've worded this question (from JAN 13) a little weirdly and so I don't know if I know how to answer it...

--- How much did medical training change from the Roman period until c1350?---

Can one of you guys help me out a little here? Give me a few pointers on how to answer it and such?

Thanks a lot!
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You should talk about the training of doctors from Roman period to middle ages, in a nutshell.

For example, in the Roman period there was no organisation for doctors to set up their own businesses, yet in the middle ages (13th century) towns would allow practice's if the doctor could prove their years of education.

In terms of structure, part a should have 3 solid and well explained paragraphs to get around 9 marks
For part b, aim to write around between 4-5 paragraphs that are well developed and explained in detail. If you have time include a conclusion

Any more questions?! Don't hesitate to ask.
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