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CDC bulletin, vol. X, no. 12, December 1951
  • Published Date:
    December 1951
  • Language:
    English
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CDC bulletin, vol. X, no. 12, December 1951
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    Center highlights: Administrative Branch; Audio-Visual Production Branch; Engineering Branch; Entomology Branch; Epidemiology Branch; Laboratory Branch; Technical Development Branch; Training Branch; Veterinary Public Health Branch -- Recent publications by CDC personnel -- Foreign visitors to CDC -- Epidemic and disaster aid / Frank R. Shaw -- National morbidity reporting- 1952 -- A survey to determine the prevalence and distribution of typhus in rats in Texas / Reuel H. Waldrop and Louis J. Ogden -- Reported cases of rabies in animals -- Announcement -- Morbidity data.

    In January of 1952 the CDC BULLETIN will be merged with two other technical periodicals of the Public Health Service. The material previously covered in the_se publications will be embodied in the new and expanded monthly version of PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTS. The merger has come about as the result of an extended study of the Public Health Service’s publishing activities.

    The new journal is designed to carry out more efficiently and economically the Public Health Service’s responsibilities for disseminating scientific information on matters of health.

    The new PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTS will be concerned with the technical and professional aspects of public health practice, with problems of health administration, and with research in these fields. It will include, as well, substantially the same kind of material that has been appearing in the CDC BULLETIN. The quarterly “Center Highlights” material, however, will be published separately as CDC PROGRESS REPORT.

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