By Birn, Anne-Emanuelle; Brown, Theodore M.
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10 In succeeding decades, social medicine ideas influenced the ideology behind Russia’s zemstvo medicine, which relied on feldshers (community physician assistants). 11 A significant test of social medicine’s resilience was the emergence of reformist (and paternalistic) state medicine in the late nineteenth century. 13 Amid these developments, a core of “true believers” in Europe continued to call for political economy analyses and solutions, arguing that state-run health insurance and other social protections were far from adequate responses.
Sigerist (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997); Elizabeth Fee and Theodore M. Brown, “Using Medical History to Shape a Profession: The Ideals of William Osler and Henry E. Sigerist,” in Locating Medical History: The Stories and Their Meanings, ed. Frank Huisman and John Harley Warner (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004), 139–164. Chapter 2 The Making of Health Internationalists Theodore M. Brown and Anne-Emanuelle Birn How did health and left-wing internationalist politics come together in the early twentieth century?
15 In one article, he attacked social inequities and the brutalization of workers (“Industry kills and wounds more people yearly than were killed and wounded in any year in the Civil War”) and offered this insight: “As much as scientific men are prone to ignore it, no discussion of health can avoid the problem of poverty. S. 21 As will be discussed in chapter 9, in many ways Latin American social medicine is the most enduring of social medicine traditions, extending both backward—to Ecuadorian physician Eduardo Espejo, who in the early nineteenth-century liberation struggle against Spain identified the connection between epidemics and 20 Theodore M.
Comrades in health : U.S. health internationalists, abroad and at home by Birn, Anne-Emanuelle; Brown, Theodore M.