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February 27, 1932

International Studies on the Relation Between the Private and Official Practice of Medicine with Special Reference to the Prevention of Disease. Volume II: Belgium, France, Italy, Jugo-Slavia, Hungary, Poland and Czecho-Slovakia. Conducted for the Milbank Memorial Fund.

JAMA. 1932;98(9):761. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730350075041

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Abstract

The first volume of the series called "International Studies" dealt with the Netherlands, Scandinavia, Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The present volume is concerned with Belgium, France, Italy, Yugoslavia, Hungary, Poland and Czechoslovakia. The second volume follows the plan of the first. It considers the nature of health administrations in the various countries, the different social organizations involved and the nature of the medical profession, and discusses the uses of insurance to provide good medical care for all. With a background of much experience in this field, Dr. Newsholme is not moved to ecstacy by every social scheme. As a scientist he views what he sees objectively. Any one wishing a world survey of progress in this field and in health management will find in this series of volumes the best assembling of data thus far available. The third volume will concern conditions in England and Wales, Scotland and Ireland, and

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