Health policies in interwar Europe : a transnational perspectiveSeries: Routledge studies in the history of science, technology and medicine . 34 Publicado por : Routledge (Abingdon, Oxon) Detalles físicos: 177 páginas ISBN:9780815370918.
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Health policies in the twentieth century : a transnational issue --Historical origins of health policies -- Networks of experts : national policies and transnational actors -- The relevance of international organisations -- Research for the nation : national institutes of hygiene -- Instructing the experts : national schools of public health -- Final comments and conclusions.
"Research into public health policies and expert instruction has been oriented traditionally in the national context. There is a rich historiography that analyses the development of health policies and systems in various European and American countries during the first decades of the 20th century. What is often ignored, however is the study of the great many connections and circulations of knowledge, people, technologies, artefacts and practices during that period between countries. This book redresses that balance"--
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