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The author of this book has had experience in the management of nursery schools and in physical education in various groups. She is committed to teaching by play methods, leaving the child to develop its own urges, the parents and the teachers intervening when there is necessity for...
The author endeavors to cover the field of medicine in one volume which, while growing somewhat from edition to edition, still remains a handy size. It has been necessary, however, to use much small type. The first chapter remains just as the author wrote it for the first edition. The...
References 1. Keller, Henry: Experimental Studies on Visualization of Joints by Injections of a Drug , Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. & Med. 27: 852 ( (May) ) 1930. 2. Landsteiner, Karl: Zur Kenntnis der antifermentativen, lytischen und agglutinievenden Wirkungen des Blutserums und der Lymphe ,...
This is a textbook on dietetics for the teacher of nurses and for the nurse herself during her student training and for her guidance after graduation. The more recent ideas of nutrition are incorporated. The subject is presented in two courses: course I, preliminary dietetics, comprising...
THE PHILADELPHIA SESSION
The Scientific Exhibit
The Scientific Exhibit for the Philadelphia session of the American Medical Association, June 88-12,1931, will be located in the Philadelphia Municipal Auditorium.
The Committee on...
While this book is a refreshing escape from the usual literary effusion on the charms of babyhood, it does not fulfil the purpose assigned to it by the publishers. It is the first English translation of Charlotte Bühler's work on child psychology. As such it is a valuable contribution to...
The value of this volume would seem to be chiefly as a work of reference, for one certainly could not expect a nurse to memorize, much less to comprehend, the barrage of facts it directs against her. It is a good deal like a compend intended for medical students. Special commendation...
Elsewhere in this issue (page 1765) appears an extended account of the reports made available by the White House Conference on Child Welfare, held in Washington in November. Most of the newspaper reports covering the occasion emphasize the attempts of various interests to take advantage...
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