2 edition of American medicine and the public interest found in the catalog.
American medicine and the public interest
by Yale U.P.
Written in English
|Statement||by R. Stevens.|
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The reissue of Rosemary Stevens's groundbreaking book on the growth of medical specialties offers a new opportunity to consider the state of the American health care system.
Updated with an extensive new introduction and a new bibliography, Stevens's book chronicles the development of the medical profession and shows how increasing emphasis on Cited by: American Medicine and the Public Interest book.
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As Rosemary Stevens argues in her somewhat mistitled “American Medicine and the Public Interest,” today's health care chaos is a direct result of. The reissue of Rosemary American medicine and the public interest book groundbreaking book on the growth of medical specialties offers a new opportunity to consider the state of the American health care system.
Updated with an extensive new introduction and a new bibliography, Stevens's book chronicles the development of the medical profession and shows how increasing emphasis on. The Social Transformation of American Medicine: The Rise of a Sovereign Profession and the Making of a Vast Industry 2nd Edition.
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This quotation from Dr. Stevens's massive book succinctly states her aim: to trace the historical development of organized medicine in the United States from the Colonial period up to the present; from where she speculatively proceeds into the future, to the yearin a discussion of the.
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