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NEWSHOLME, Sir Arthur@1857-1943   


Arthur Newsholme began his career as a doctor in London. He had a special interest in epidemiology and public health, and became medical officer of the Local Government Board and eventually President of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. His work contributed towards the foundation of a national health service in Britain, particularly the sections of the health service dealing with infectious diseases, maternity and child welfare.

  • Domestic economy
  • Subjects: domestic science, teaching,

    • 1. [Second edition of "Domestic economy', 1892]
      1892

      Cited in AbCat September 1975.

    • 2. — Domestic economy: comprising the laws of health in their application to home life and work / by Arthur Newsholme, M.D. Lond., D.P.H. / medical officer of health for Brighton; Fellow and member of council of Sanitary Institute; assistant examiner in hygiene to the science and art department, South Kensington / and Margaret Eleanor Scott / associate of the Sanitary Institute; lecturer on Hygiene to the National Health Society; lecturer on domestic economy, pupil teachers' central classes, High Street, Marylebone, W., etc. Specially adapted to the requirements of students for the Queen's Scholarship and Certificate examinations of the Privy Council on Education / Sixty illustrations / fourth edition.
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-v] vi [vii] viii [ix-x] [1] 2-340   illus  
      GB:   *OPo(F)  

    • 3. — [Another edition, 1897]
      GB:   LeU  

      The catalogue of Leicester University library lists an edition published London: Swan Sonneschein 1897.

    • 4. — [Title as 1894]
      18.0 x 12.0 cm   Pp [i-v] vi [vii] viii [ix-x] [1] 2-340   illus  
      GB:   *Priv coll  

      Note the unusual abbreviation "Lim' for "Limited' in the publisher's imprint.

    • 5. — [Another edition, 1902]
      GB:   LB  

      The BMCat cites another edition as published London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co 1902.


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