The Teaching of Hygiene And Public Health in Europe

Book : The Teaching of Hygiene And Public Health in Europe

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Social Phsician

Publishing Location : Cenevre

Published Date : 1957

Publisher : World Health Organization

Language : Turkish

Document Type : Book

Book No : 5072

INDEX

CONTENTS
Foreword..........................
Introduction — By Professor Jacques Partiot..........
Changing Concepts in Public Health
Chapter 1. The growth of public health...........
Chapter 2. Effects on training of the newer concepts of public health practice.................
Undergraduate Education in Hygiene and Preventive and Social Medicine
Chapter 3. Social medicine in undergraduate education ....
Chapter 4. Form and content of curricula..........
Chapter 5. Problems of disposition and order.........
Chapter 6. Teaching methods and procedures.........
Chapter 7. Problems of collaboration............
Chapter 8. Organization of the department of social medicine . .
Chapter 9. Future prospects................
Post-Graduate Education in Public Health
Chapter 10. Principles of post-graduate teaching........
Chapter 11. Functions of a medical officer of health......
Chapter 12. Content, methods, and functions of post-graduate instruction..................
Chapter 13. Types of public health practice..........
Chapter 14. Teaching and practice of public health in the future
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The Teaching of Public Health in Nineteen European Countries
Chapter 15. Observations on curricula in individual countries . .
Austria.........................
Belgium.........................
Denmark........................
Finland.........................
France .........................
Germany, Federal Republic................
Greece.........................
Iceland.........................
Ireland.........................
Italy..........................
Netherlands.......................
Norway.........................
Portugal........................
Spain.........................
Sweden........................
Switzerland......................
Turkey........................
United Kingdom....................
Yugoslavia......................