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by David Rosner

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ISBN:
0521242177
Author:
David Rosner
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Americas
Language:
English
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press (September 30, 1982)
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246 pages
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This 1982 book examines the changes in hospital care in New York that occurred around the turn of the .

This 1982 book examines the changes in hospital care in New York that occurred around the turn of the twentieth century. It represents a fundamental departure from traditional medical history, which has usually emphasised 'progress' through science and technology.

New York and Brooklyn community hospitals and dispensaries were organized and run by local church groups, merchants, and other organizations and leaders. These sponsors lent to their institutions the ethnic or religious flavor that made the services unique

New York and Brooklyn community hospitals and dispensaries were organized and run by local church groups, merchants, and other organizations and leaders. These sponsors lent to their institutions the ethnic or religious flavor that made the services unique. Rarely, if ever, were the trustees and governors important on the regional, state, or national level.

Bibliographic Citation. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1982. Hives of Sickness: Public Health and Epidemics in New York City . Rosner, David (1995). Related Items in Google Scholar.

Greater New York at the Turn of the Century, New York, Russell Sage Foundation, 1982.

On consultera aussi l'étude de David C. Hammack sur la répartition du pouvoir entre groupes sociaux à New York, particulièrement à travers les débats qui ont conduit au regroupement des cinq comtés en une seule ville. Greater New York at the Turn of the Century, New York, Russell Sage Foundation, 1982. Recommend this journal.

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PDF On Jan 14, 2013, Daniel M. Fox and others published A Once Charitable Enterprise: Hospitals . the culture of hospitals between 1885 and 1915. Rosner’s principal subject is the changes that transformed the hospital. Fox and others published A Once Charitable Enterprise: Hospitals and Health Care in Brooklyn and New York, 1885–1915, David Rosner. from a series of idiosyncratic community institutions into a larger, more bureau

A Once Charitable Enterprise: Hospitals and Health Care in Brooklyn and New York, 1885-1915

A Once Charitable Enterprise: Hospitals and Health Care in Brooklyn and New York, 1885-1915. This work, examines the transformation of American hospitals from a series of community- based charitable institutions into the large, bureaucratic system that existed by the end of the Progressive era. Originally published in 1986.

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for A Once Charitable Enterprise: Hospitals . Social class and hospital care, pg. 62 4. Conflict in the new hospital, pg. 94 5. Taking control: political reform and hospital governance, pg. 122 6.

Social class and hospital care, pg. Consolidating control over the small dispensary: the doctors, the city, and the state, pg. 146 7. The battle for Morningside Heights: power and politics in the boardroom of New York Hospital, pg. 164 8. Looking backward, pg. 187 Notes on sources, pg.

This 1982 book examines the changes in hospital care in New York that occurred around the turn of the twentieth century. It represents a fundamental departure from traditional medical history, which has usually emphasised 'progress' through science and technology. Professor Rosner identifies the economic, political and demographic pressures that brought about a reshaping of the health care system, and analyses the dramatic reorganisation of hospitals that took place. He also discusses major scientific advances such as the discovery of anaesthetic properties of ether, nitrous oxide and chloroform, and the consequent increase in surgical solutions to medical problems.