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e-Book The Battle for Health: A Political History of the Socialist Medical Association, 1930-51 (History of Medicine in Context) download

by John Stewart

ISBN: 1859282180
ISBN13: 978-1859282182
Language: English
Publisher: Scolar Pr (January 1, 1999)
Pages: 259
Category: History
Subategory: Medical

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Varat lejupielādēt grāmatu The Battle for Health: A Political History of the Socialist Medical Association, 1930–51 lasīšanai bezsaistē un iezīmēt tekstu, pievienot grāmatzīmes vai veikt piezīmes lasīšanas laikā. First published in 1999, this is the first scholarly study of the Socialist Medical Association (SMA), an organisation of left-wing medical practitioners founded in 1930 and affiliated to the Labour Party in the following year. In the 1930s and early 1940s the organisation gained increasing influence over Labour Party health policy, and consequently saw its activities as central to the creation of the National Health Service (NHS).

This chapter contests the charge that the field has died out in the Organization of American Historians and its Journal of American History. United Fruit Company.

John Stewart uses the SMA's contribution to the debate surrounding the planning of the National Health Service to tell a broader story about the complicated relationship between democratic socialism and the rise of professional society.

Bibliographic Citation. Journal of Public Health Policy 2001; 22(1): 121-123. Health; Sociology of Health Care; International and Political Dimensions of Biology and Medicine; War

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Authors and Affiliations.

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It describes in detail, with many references, how one of the most important social advances of 20th-century Britain came about and how a small group of doctors, with vision and determination, played a significant part in that historical achievement

The Socialist Medical Association (since 1980 the Socialist Health Association) was founded in 1930 to campaign from within the Labour Party for a National Health Service in the United Kingdom

The Socialist Medical Association (since 1980 the Socialist Health Association) was founded in 1930 to campaign from within the Labour Party for a National Health Service in the United Kingdom. The Socialist Medical Association was founded in 1930 and absorbed many of those who had been active in the State Medical Service Association which collapsed as a result.

A study of the Socialist Medical Association (SMA), an organization of left-wing medical practitioners founded in 1930 and affiliated to the Labour Party in the following year. The SMA's aim was a free, comprehensive and universal state medical service, democratically controlled and with all the personnel, including doctors, working as salaried employees. In the 1930s and 1940s, the organization gained increasing influence over Labour Party health policy, and consequently saw its activities as central to the creation of the National Health Service (NHS). However, once Labour was actually in power, the SMA became more and more marginalized, in part because of the difficult relationship with the Minister of Health, Aneurin Bevan. Bevan, while inaugurating a service which had many features desired by the Association, none the less felt obliged to make compromises with the medical profession. The SMA's activities are therefore of historical interest in providing a further view of the creation of the NHS, while its ideas and proposals continue to raise serious questions about issues such as the nature and control of social welfare and the possibility of achieving a truly socialized health service.
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