A series of original studies on inter-war international health and welfare organisations.
- Cambridge University Press
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- Cambridge Studies in the History of Medicine Series
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- 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.94(d)
Table of Contents
Abbreviations; Foreword; 1. Introduction Paul Weindling; 2. 'Custodians of the Sacred Fire' John F. Hutchinson; 3. Red Cross organisational politics 1918–1922 Bridget Towers; 4. The League of Nations Health Organisation Martin David Dubin; 5. Assistance and no mere relief Marta Aleksandra Balinska; 6. Wireless wars in the Eastern arena Lenore Manderson; 7. Social medicine at the League of Nations Health Organisation and the International Labour Office Paul Weindling; 8. The Social Section and Advisory Committees on social questions of the League of Nations Carol Miller; 9 'Uncramping Child Life' Patricia T. Rooke and Rudy L. Schnell; 10. The International Health Division of the Rockefeller Foundation John Farley; 11. The cycles of eradication Marcos Cueto; 12. The Pasteur Institutes between the two World Wars Anne-Marie Moulin; 13. Internationalising nursing education during the inter-war period Anne Marie Rafferty; 14. Mental Hygiene as an international movement Matthew Thomson; 15. Mobilising social knowledge for social welfare Martin Bulmer.
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