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Lectures on social hygiene for nurses, 1919 [electronic resource] / Prepared by direction of the Surgeon General.

Corporate Author: United States.
Related Names: Davis, Katharine Bement 1860-1935., Johnson, Paul B. 1891-1991.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, D.C. : Treasury Dept., United States Health Service, [1919?]
Subjects: Sexually transmitted diseases.
Sexual health.
Social problems > United States.
Sex customs > United States.
Soldiers > Education > United States.
Medicine, Military > United States > Methodology.
Health education > United States.
Note: "List of authoritative books and pamphlets" P. 62.
"The first four of these lectures were written by Dr. Paul B. Johnson, U.S. Public Health Service (now with the Army). The presentation of the government plan to combat venereal disease was contributed by Dr. Katherine B. Davis"--P. 2 of cover.
At head of title: Treasury Department, United States Health Service.
Physical Description: 62 p.
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