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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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$65.00 • £54.95 • €60.00

ISBN 9780674593503

Publication Date: 01/01/1969

201 pages

3 line illustrations, 6 tables

Commonwealth Fund Publications

World

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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 1967. As an experienced internist and health care administrator, Dr. Richard Weinerman observed directly the clinical care of patients and appraised the similarities and differences among the three nations and their variations on the Soviet model. Each health program was viewed in its historical, political, and cultural contexts.

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