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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Red medicine : socialized health in Soviet Russia.
Garden City, New York : Doubleday, Doran, 1934
xvi, 324 pages ; 22 cm
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Arthur Newsholme, Sir; John Adams Kingsbury
|Description:||1 online resource (361 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||Front Cover; Red Medicine: Socialized Health in Soviet Russia; Copyright Page; Dedication; Preface; Table of Contents; Illustrations; Introduction; CHAPTER I. Moscow and Leningrad; Impressions of Moscow; Subtropical Georgia; The Capital of the Ukraine; CHAPTER III. The Background of Russian Life; CHAPTER IV. Russia's Travel Towards Communism; The Rise of Marxism; War Communism; CHAPTER V. Stages in the Introduction of Communism; Agricultural Socialization; CHAPTER VI. Government in the U.S.S.R.; The Machinery of Government; Trade Unions; The Communist Party. CHAPTER VII. Industrial Conditions and HealthCHAPTER VIII. Agricultural Conditions; CHAPTER IX. Religious and Civil Liberty and Law; CHAPTER X. Home Life, Recreation, Clubs, Education; Housing; Physical Culture; Propaganda; Education; The Press and Literature; CHAPTER XI. Women in Soviet Russia; Marriage and Divorce; CHAPTER XII. Care of Children and Youths; Public Nurseries or Crèches; The Youth Movement; CHAPTER XIII. Care of Maternity; Prenatal Care; CHAPTER XIV. The Problem of Abortion; CHAPTER XV. Social Insurance; CHAPTER XVI. Public Health and Medical Administration. CHAPTER XVII. Russian Medical History and the Training of DoctorsPost-Revolution General Education; Medical Education in Rostov; Medical Education in Tiflis; CHAPTER XVIII. The Medical Care of the Sick; Interview with Commissar Vladimirsky; Second Interview with Commissar Vladimirsky; An Interview with a Writer; An Interview with the Commissar of Health in Kazan; Summary of Interviews in Rostov; An Interview with the Commissar of Health of Georgia; Factory Medicine; CHAPTER XIX. Treatment in Residential and Non-residential Institutions; Dispensaries and Polyclinics; Hospitals. Sanatoria and Rest HomesA Polyclinic in Leningrad; The Unitary Dispensary at Rostov; The Third Labor Polyclinic, in Kharkov; The Therapeutic Hospital at Rostov; The Hospital for Railway Employees in Tiflis; Integration of Institutional and Non-institutional Treatment; Further Data on Institutions; CHAPTER XX. Care of Tuberculosis-Sanatoria and AlliedInstitutions; How Tuberculosis Control Is Organized in the R.S.F.S.R.; The Institutes in Samara and Tiflis; A Night Sanatorium in Moscow; A Preventorium for Children in Kharkov; Rest Homes and Sanatoria; Visit to Dolossy Sanatorium. Visit to LivadiaCHAPTER XXI. The Treatment and Prevention of Venereal Diseases; Prophylactoria for Prostitutes; CHAPTER XXII. The Characteristics of Medical Practice; American and Soviet Medical Care Compared; CHAPTER XXIII. General Considerations on the Medical Care in Large Communities; Tests of Medical Service; CHAPTER XXIV. Concluding Observations; The Socialization of Medicine; INDEX.|
|Responsibility:||by Sir Arthur Newsholme and John Adams Kingsbury.|
- Public health -- Soviet Union.
- Medicine -- Soviet Union.
- Soviet Union -- Social conditions.
- Soviet Union -- Description and travel.
- HISTORY -- Europe -- Eastern.
- HISTORY -- Europe -- Former Soviet Republics.
- HISTORY -- Europe -- Russia & the Former Soviet Union.
- Public health.
- Social conditions.
- Soviet Union.