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Neo-Hippocratism was a movement that became popular with physicians after the First World War. It sought to reappraise the role of Hippocrates and Hippocratic medicine and was closely associated with the idea of the holistic treatment of the patient. The popularity of neo-Hippocratism has been seen as a reaction to the growing systematisation and professionalism of medicine which some physicians saw as reductionist and failing to treat the whole person. One of the movement's principal promoters was Alexander Polycleitos Cawadias (1884-1971).

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  • Neo-Hippocratism was a movement that became popular with physicians after the First World War. It sought to reappraise the role of Hippocrates and Hippocratic medicine and was closely associated with the idea of the holistic treatment of the patient. The popularity of neo-Hippocratism has been seen as a reaction to the growing systematisation and professionalism of medicine which some physicians saw as reductionist and failing to treat the whole person. One of the movement's principal promoters was Alexander Polycleitos Cawadias (1884-1971).
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  • Neo-Hippocratism was a movement that became popular with physicians after the First World War. It sought to reappraise the role of Hippocrates and Hippocratic medicine and was closely associated with the idea of the holistic treatment of the patient. The popularity of neo-Hippocratism has been seen as a reaction to the growing systematisation and professionalism of medicine which some physicians saw as reductionist and failing to treat the whole person. One of the movement's principal promoters was Alexander Polycleitos Cawadias (1884-1971).
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