An insightful chronicle of the changing public health demands in new york city the first permanent board of health in the united states was created in response to a cholera outbreak in new york city in 1866. Access to society journal content varies across our titles if you have access to a journal via a society or association membership please browse to your society journal select an article to view and follow the instructions in this box. I think that epidemic city the politics of public health in new york are great because they are so attention holding i mean you know how people describe epidemic city the politics of public health in new york by james colgrove good books by saying they cant stop reading them well i really could not stop reading it is yet again another . New york city approached the 1918 influenza epidemic by making use of its existing robust public health infrastructure health officials worked to prevent the spread of contagion by distancing healthy new yorkers from those infected increasing disease surveillance capacities and mounting a large scale health education campaign while regulating public spaces such as schools and theaters. Get this from a library epidemic city the politics of public health in new york james keith colgrove presents a historical analysis of the new york city department of health from the 1960s to the present day
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