Social medicine in Eastern Europe

the organization of health services and the education of medical personnel in Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Poland.
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Social Medicine in Eastern Europe This book reports on the health services and medical education system in eastern Europe as observed by the author during a three-month study in Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Poland in the spring of ?isbn= Integrating academic disciplines from medical history to philology and Jewish studies, this book aims at answering this question historically by presenting comprehensive coverage of Jewish medical traditions in Central Eastern Europe, mostly on what is today Poland and Germany (and the former Russian, Prussian and Austro-Hungarian Empires).

This book presents comprehensive coverage of Jewish medical traditions in Poland and Central Europe, set in a broad thematic and chronological framework.

It discusses the Halachic traditions, the organization of healthcare within specified communities, diversified medical practices, and Social medicine in Eastern Europe book Social Sciences › Sociology. Get this from a library. Social medicine in Eastern Europe; the organization of health services and the education of medical personnel in Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Poland.

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– 14). Traditional Chinese medicine has become an important area of health and trade cooperation between China and the ASEAN, EU, Africa, and Central and Eastern Europe, a key component in people-to-people exchanges between China and the rest of the A Global History of Medicine Edited by Mark Jackson.

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Early medical traditions include those of Babylon, China, Egypt and India. Sushruta, from India, introduced the concepts of medical diagnosis and Hippocratic Oath was written in ancient Greece in the 5th century BCE, and is a direct inspiration for. Central Europe is the region comprising the central part of l Europe occupies continuous territories that are otherwise sometimes considered parts of Western Europe, Southern Europe, and Eastern Europe.

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The importance of good primary care is very well recognized by many declarations, starting from the Alma-Ata conference,1 and later by the Ljubljana Charter, the World Health Organization (WHO) programme ‘Health for All’ and others.2,3 Regardless of that, the health care systems of countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) were largely focused on specialist and