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Exhibit of Public Health Activities
A public health exhibit held in Hradec Kralove, Bohemia, from May 31 to July 6, demonstrates the progress in public health in Czechoslovakia since the creation of the independent state in the provincial counties. Hradec Kralove is a flourishing city in northeastern Bohemia and has worked out a model organization of public health services including both official and nonofficial agencies. The exhibit concerns prenatal care, infant welfare, school hygiene, the campaign against venereal diseases and tuberculosis, the campaign against trachoma, the alcohol problem, dental care, physical education, hospitals, watering places, sanitation, nutrition, the campaign against cancer, life extension, prevention of accidents, first aid and rural hygiene. During the exhibit, the various associations in the county are holding their annual meetings. It is planned to hold similar exhibits yearly, in some progressive provincial city.
Meetings at Bratislava and Liberec
The annual meeting of the Central Union
PRAGUE. JAMA. 1925;85(6):453–454. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02670060055026
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