||Indiana-Michigan series in Russian and East European studies
Indiana-Michigan series in Russian and East European studies. ^A225960
||The problem of health reform in Russia / Susan Gross Solomon and John F. Hutchinson -- "Who killed cock Robin?" : an inquiry into the death of Zemstvo medicine / John F. Hutchinson -- Social influences on psychiatric theory and practice in late Imperial Russia / Julie V. Brown -- Yellow tickets and state-licensed brothels : the tsarist government and the regulation of urban prostitution / Laurie Bernstein -- The science and politics of Soviet insurance medicine / Sally Ewing -- Origins of Soviet health administration : Narkomzdrav, 1918-1928 / Neil B. Weissman -- Feldshers and rural health care in the early Soviet period / Samuel C. Ramer -- Economics of Soviet public health, 1928-1932 : development strategy, resource constraints, and health plans / Christopher M. Davis -- Social hygiene and Soviet public health, 1921-1930 / Susan Gross Solomon.
||Eugenics as social medicine in revolutionary Russia : prophets, patrons, and the dialectics of discipline-building / Mark B. Adams -- Okhrana truda : industrial hygiene, psychotechnics, and industrialization in the USSR / Lewis H. Siegelbaum -- Afterword / Susan Gross Solomon and John F. Hutchinson.
|General note||"Published in cooperation with the Centre for Russian and East European Studies, University of Toronto."--T.p. verso.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
||Laupus- Robert W. Cihak History of Medicine Collection