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This publication contains the reports of the committee that worked on the Texas follow-up of the third White House Conference on Child Health and Protection. The reports were submitted at a conference held in Austin on Feb. 9, 10 and 11, 1933. There were four sections with numerous subcommittees: Section I, Medical Service; Section II, Public Health Service and Administration; Section III, Education and Training; Section IV, The Handicapped: Prevention, Maintenance and Protection. The various committees studied the conditions present in Texas and gathered data pertaining to their particular section, offering recommendations for measures that seemed indicated to promote progress in each particular field. It is the desire of the Steering Committee to place the printed report of the conference in the hands of leaders unable to attend the conference, and also to have it used by all county leaders as a guide for the promotion of child health and
A Compilation of Section Reports, Recommendations and Resolutions of the Texas Conference on Child Health and Protection, 1933. Am J Dis Child. 1934;47(1):254. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1934.01960080263020
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