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This publication represents the work done by Governor Turner's Planning Committee, working through more than a hundred statewide committees over Iowa. Problems relating to child health and education were thoroughly analyzed by cooperation of all agencies concerned in this work, and recommendations for more efficient future work were presented.
The report is divided into four main parts: section I, "Medical Service"; section II, "Public Health Service and Administration"; section III, "Education and Training," and section IV, "The Handicapped."
This work complements the White House Conference on Child Health and Protection in an excellent way by furnishing an intensive investigation of local state conditions. A vast amount of useful and practical information is offered by the studies of numerous committees and should prove of definite value to persons engaged in activities dealing with the care of children. The discussions of existing problems and the recommendations of measures to be instituted point
Iowa White House Conference on Child Health and Protection.. Am J Dis Child. 1933;45(4):926–927. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1933.01950170240023
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