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November 4, 1939

Health Problems in Negro Colleges

JAMA. 1939;113(19):1762. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800440066044

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Abstract

This pamphlet represents the proceedings of the first Regional Conference for Health Workers in Negro Colleges. This conference was called in Atlanta, Ga., by the National Tuberculosis Association, the American Social Hygiene Association and the Atlanta School of Social Work. It deals with general administrative problems related to the health of Negro college students under four principal headings: the tuberculosis problem, venereal diseases, health examinations and the improvement of hygienic teaching in Negro colleges. It should be of interest to all persons concerned with the higher education and social welfare of the Negro.

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