Nelleke Bakker

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Introduction In 1953 one of the ®rst child psychiatrists to be appointed at a university in The Netherlands, Theo Hart de Ruyter, proclaimed the necessity for all child therapists to have `eaten from the analytic manger’ in order to understand children’s expressions. 1 In retrospect one can say that this was proof of visionary understanding. Throughout the(More)
In this article, the authors discuss the origins of the school medical service in The Netherlands. They focus on the period of transition from nineteenth-century concern for school hygiene--focusing on the improvement of buildings, school desks and timetables--to twentieth-century prevention of diseases and infirmities through medical inspection of pupils'(More)
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