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Papers of Ian Martin, b1942, physiotherapist

Compiled by Alistair Tough, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archivist, 23 July 1998.
GB 812 HB 104.
Papers of Ian Martin, b1942, physiotherapist.
Dates of Creation:
0.20 metres.
Held at:
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archives.
Name of Creator:
Martin, Ian (b1942- : physiotherapist).
Language of Material:
Level of Description:
First edition.

Administrative/Biographical History

Ian Martin was born in Glasgow in 1942. He was educated in Canada and Glasgow. He studied at the Scottish School of Physiotherapy between 1959-1963, and became a State Registered Physiotherapist in 1964. He held NHS hospital posts at Ruchill, Stobhill and the Institute of Neurological Sciences in Glasgow between 1964 and 1983, with limited periods spent at St Mary’s Hospital, Canada (1969) and the Middlesex Hospital, UK (1975-1976). Between 1979-1983 he was the Superintendent Physician at Ruchill Hospital. He has been in private practice in Helensburgh since 1983.

Scope and Content

  • Lecture notes and related papers, 1950s-1960s
  • Publications, 1951-1981
  • Teaching aid posters, 1950s
System of Arrangement:
Chronological within record class.
Custodial History:
Records held by Mr Martin prior to transfer.
Immediate Source of Acquisition:
Ian Martin.
Appraisal, Destruction and Scheduling:
This material has been appraised in line with standard GB 812 procedures.
None expected.
Access Conditions:
No restrictions.
Copyright / Reproduction:
Applications for permission to quote should be sent to the Archivist.
Reproduction subject to usual conditions: educational use & condition of documents.
Existence of Copies:
No known copies.
This material is original.
Finding Aids:
Descriptive list.
Related Units of Description:
No related material.
Publication Note:
No known publications using this material.

Fonds-Level Description Compilation Details

Compiled by Alistair Tough, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Archivist, 23 July 1998.