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History of Medicine and Public Health: A Guide: Recommended Websites
This Matas Subject Guide focuses on historical resources for medicine and public health. The focus of Matas Library collection is the history of medicine and public health in New Orleans and Louisiana.
Important texts, which have been deemed public health classics by the national council. Delta Omega (honorary society for graduate studies in public health). The society was founded in 1924 at Johns Hopkins University, School of Public Health.
Delta Omega classics, included in the archives, are important texts, which have been deemed public health classics by the national council. They are generally out of print, or not widely available in libraries. Delta Omega has sponsored the reprinting of many of these classics on a limited basis.
These documents can be retrieved off this website and viewed through Acrobat Reader
This Association is established exclusively for educational purposes to serve the professional interests of librarians, archivists, and other specialists actively engaged in the librarianship of the history of the health sciences by promoting the exchange of information and by improving standards of service.
Article of interest: Michael North. "The Antiquarian Medical Book Trade: a survey and directory of dealers and a list of internet resources. The Watermark (Winter 2002-03): Volume XXVI, Number 1.
Collection of historical documents featuring meeting materials, publications, and other resources from the association’s five governing bodies. These serve as important primary source materials for AAMC members and researchers interested in the history of medical education in the U.S. and Canada.