A study of Newsholme's role in the transformation of the British public health system.
Table of Contents
Preface; Part I. The Medical Officer of Health and the Local Sanitary Authority: 1. The new M. O. H. and his town; 2. Fact, theory, and the epidemic milieu; 3. The urban environment and the M. O. H.'s authority; 4. The municipal hospital and the isolation of acute infectious diseases; 5. The epidemiology of infected food and the limits of sanitary jurisdiction; 6. Tuberculosis: public policy and epidemiology; Part II. Newsholme at the Local Government Board: 7. Poverty, fitness, and the poor law; 8. The Local Government Board and the nation's health policy; 9. Launching a national tuberculosis program; 10. The Great War and the public health enterprise; 11. Infant and maternal mortality, interdepartmental conflict, and Newsholme supplanted; Part III. The Old World and the New: Newsholme as Elder Statesman: 12. Newsholme's transatlantic retirement; 13. Assessments of a career.
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