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April 15, 1944

Health Education on the Industrial Front: The 1942 Health Education Conference of The New York Academy of Medicine

JAMA. 1944;124(16):1162. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850160068040

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Abstract

The title of this book leads one to believe that methods of health education on the industrial front might be detailed or discussed by the contributors. Such, however, is not the case except for the material given on the subject "Control of Accidents." The contributors are all well known men, some industrially, some nonindustrially, and have presented material on food and nutrition, wartime industrialization, disease and handicap detection and control in industry, and mental problems and morale in industry. None of the persons selected to give addresses were specialists on health education in industry, although what they did give is valuable information on the subjects mentioned.

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