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Public health reports : historical collection 1878-2005

Author: Robert A Rinsky; United States. Public Health Service.; Association of Schools of Public Health.; Delta Omega.
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Association of Schools of Public Health, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Collection of articles published in Public Health Reports that trace the journey public health has taken over the course of 125 years.
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Genre/Form: Collected Works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert A Rinsky; United States. Public Health Service.; Association of Schools of Public Health.; Delta Omega.
OCLC Number: 64201506
Notes: "This special collection of Public Health Reports articles is sponsored by Delta Omega"--Page iv.
Historical photographs provided by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, Division of History of Medicine (HMD).
Description: viii, 289 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: Bulletins, no. 1, Office Surgeon General, U.S.M.H.S. (1878) --
Formaldehyde as a disinfecting agent and it's practical application (1897) --
Plague in San Francisco (1900) --
Porto Rico: report on the high mortality on the island (1900) --
Experimental transmission of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever by means of a tick (1906) --
Smallpox and vaccination in Cuba (1911) --
Experimental measles in the monkey (1911) --
Hookworm disease (1913) --
A model state law for morbidity reports (1913) --
The etiology of pellagra (1914) --
Quinine prophylaxis for malaria (1914) --
Typhus fever (1915) --
Mental examination of immigrants: administration and line inspection at Eliis Island (1917) --
Undertermined disease --
Valencia (1918) --
Health insurance, the medical profession, and the public health (1919) --
War activities of the United States Public Health Service (1919) --
The Public Health Program of the United States Training Corps for Women (1919) --
Coordination and expansion of federal health activities (1919) --
The epidemiology of influenza (1919) --
The prevalence and trend of drug addiction in the United States and factors influencing it (1924) --
A state-wide milk sanitation program (1924) --
The incidence of influenza among persons of different economic status during the epidemic of 1918 (1931) --
Trends in diphtheria mortality (1933) --
Endemic fluorosis and its relation to dental caries (1938) --
Sulfanilamide in the treatment of leprosy (1942) --
Radiation exposure in the United States (1953) --
Untreated syphilis in the male negro (1954) --
Poliomyelitis vaccine (1955) --
The first 12 years of WHO (1958) --
Health needs of the nation (1961) --
Governmental responsibilities in environmental health (1961) --
Physicians for the Underserved (1980) --
The health consequences of smoking: cancer, Overview of a report of the Surgeon General (1982) --
The need for professional doctors of public health (1986) --
Surgeon General's report on acquired immune deficiency syndrome (1987).
Other Titles: Public health reports (Washington, D.C.).
Responsibility: Robert A. Rinsky, editor.

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Collection of articles published in Public Health Reports that trace the journey public health has taken over the course of 125 years.

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