The nationalisation of health
- Ellis, Havelock, 1859-1939.
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London : T. F. Unwin, 1892.
244 pages ; 19 cm
Chapter XIV deals with Russian conditions
Contents.--Introduction.--The treatment of disease.--The present position of the hospital.--The hospital of the future.--The poor-law infirmaries.--The report of the Hospitals' committee (1892)--Typhoid fever.--Blindness and shortsight.--Maternity and its perils.--The dentist's place in health nationalisation.--The registration of disease.--The inspection of industries.--Workers in lead.--The "laisser faire" system.--Conclusion
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