Three continents, three women… Elizabeth Blackwell, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and Constance Stone were women of vision and courage who gave honour to the field of medicine.
It was the mid-nineteenth century and women were expected to remain at home, as wives and Mothers. In Britain, the United States and Australia, teaching was the only respectable profession for women; even nursing was frowned upon. In this environment, three remarkable women rewrote the history books by becoming doctors in a world where women were not even allowed to vote. Read their stories in Honourable Healers, and be inspired.