Medicine and Industrial Society: A History of Hospital Development in Manchester and Its Region, 1752-1946

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Manchester University Press, Jan 1, 1985 - Social Science - 369 pages
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Contents

Small town ways and large town problems
10
Famine fever childbirth and the workhouse
23
Manchester 181534
42
Medical Charity and the Industrial Revolution in the textile
63
economism medical services
78
Manchester hospitals
98
Paternalism and the hospitals of the cotton towns
138
Infectious diseases and hospitals 18601910
156
Hospitals and homes for citizens of the future
235
Maternity hospitals
241
The pattern of hospital services in the 1930s
251
A regional perspective on the construction of
271
actualities
296
Ministry surveys and plans 19425
316
Bevan and the new National Health Service
340
Bibliography
353

the modernisation
184
paupers consumptives mothers
212
The hospital services for tuberculosis patients
225

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