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Evolution Of Community And Public Health Essay

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Evolution of Community and Public Health Nursing

Kimberly Schrodt
November 11, 2013
Karen Harriman

American Revolution
Key health issues during the American Revolution, there were high rates of smallpox, yellow fever, cholera, typhoid, typhus, tuberculosis, malaria and infant mortality. Community and public health’s major goal was Improving sanitation among all areas in all communities. The AMA developed a committee to take surveys on sanitation and taking vital statistics. A few years later the Shattuck report would be published, and stat...

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