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Public health administration and the citizen.\
  • Published Date:
    1976 Nov-Dec
  • Source:
    Public Health Rep. 91(6):563-564
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  • Alternative Title:
    Public Health Rep
  • Description:
    Reprint of June 12, 1914 article, Public Health Rep. 29(24):593-594.

    In commemoration of the Bicentennial of the United States, PUBLIC HEALTH REPORTS in each issue an article of historic significance to public health.

    Public health administration in a commnunity is as extensive, and the health department is as efficient, as the people want it to be. Health administration can neither exceed to any great extent, nor lag far behind the wishes of the people. An interesting illustration of this is the experience of the city of Wilmington, N.C., during the last two or three years. Two years ago public meetings were held in protest against the extension of public health work, while recently a mass meeting rallied to the support of the health department in opposition to the expressed intention of the majority of the city council to curtail the department budget. An account of the recent citizens' meeting in support of the health department is given in the following letter from Prof. Stiles.

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