Proper Relation of Federal and State Governments in Public Health Work.

Abstract

How far should the Federal Government go in dictating state health policy? Dr. McLaughlin says that it should coördinate state departments just as these coördinate the departments of cities. "The United States Public Health Service," he says, "has a detailed, comprehensive nation-wide program for every public health problem, but these programs can not be put into effect without adequate funds."

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@article{McLaughlinProperRO, title={Proper Relation of Federal and State Governments in Public Health Work.}, author={Andrew J. McLaughlin}, journal={American journal of public health}, volume={9 8}, pages={586-8} }