Canadian Medical Lives
Series edited by T.P. Morley, M.D.
Earle P. Scarlett: A Study in Scarlett
By: F.W. Musselwhite
Published: Dundurn Press (1991)
Earle Parkhill Scarlett, better known outside Calgary as "The Doctor Out of Zebulun," was born in High Bluff. Manitoba, on 27 June 1896, the son of a Methodist minister. Although literature was his first love, his experiences in World War I helped turn him to medicine. He pioneered the use of the electrocardiograph in Calgarv and alter a career as an internist took up writing. I His columns in Group Practice and The Archive, of Internal Medicine gained him an international following for his ability to mix the muses and the "long" art of medicine.
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