Health work in the schools / by Ernest Bryant Hoag and Lewis M. Terman Hoag, Ernest Bryant, 1868-1924

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Hoag, Ernest Bryant, 1868-1924
School hygiene; Children -- Medical examinations; Physical Examination.
"The present volume deals with the problems involved in health supervision, health examination, and hygiene teaching, and it is hoped that it will contribute materially to the standardization of health supervision and to the broadening of its scope. Every one must realize that a great amount of what goes by the name of "medical inspection of schools" can be called health work only by courtesy. All along the line, among superintendents, teachers, school nurses, school boards, and even school doctors, education is needed which will lend a broader vision to the purpose and possibilities of genuine health supervision. Special emphasis has been given by the authors to the part played by the teacher in school health work. The book has been planned primarily for the use of the grade teacher, and with her needs especially in view, though it is hoped that it may also serve as a handbook for the guidance of superintendents, school nurses, and boards of education"--Introduction. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).
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