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July 9, 1927

Association News

JAMA. 1927;89(2):118-123. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690020042017

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Abstract

CONFERENCE ON PUBLIC HEALTH  Held in Chicago, March 24-25, 1927March 24—Afternoon (Continued)Public Health Education with Especial Reference to the Use of the Printed PageDr. Matthias Nicoll, Commissioner of Health, State Department of Health, Albany, N. Y.: If my remarks seem to apply too closely to my own state of New York, it is not for the reason that I believe New York State to hold a monopoly of knowledge regarding methods of public health education, but because I am more familiar with our own methods than those of others. Our printing bill last year was about $60,000, and if salaries and traveling expenses are included, the total makes up a good share of our budget. There are very few accomplished public health educators in this country or elsewhere, and it is seldom that a state or city possesses an educator who can handle the whole business

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