Global Epidemiology: A Geography of Disease and Sanitation, Volume I presents a survey of the medical, health, and sanitary conditions of various geographic areas of the world. The book brings together certain data, based on surveys made for the Medical Department of the United States Army. This volume includes medical information about India, the Far East, and the Pacific area. The text aims to provide vital information to meet the problems of international health and the spread of disease. The monograph will be of use to epidemiologists, health workers, physicians, and public health experts.Public health in British Samoa is governed by the Samoan Hospital Ordinance of 1921, patterned after the New Zealand Health ... A dental clinic was established at Apia in 1937, and dental inspection of school children has been instituted. ... Certain stores of medicines are placed in their charge and they receive instruction in basic medical practice. ... Samoa are the results of more than a quarter of a century of activities on the part of the Medical Department of the United States Navy.
|Title||:||India and the Far East|
|Author||:||James Stevens Simmons, Tom F. Whayne, Gaylord West Anderson|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 2013-10-22|