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[The Becoming of Public Medicine (Second Half of XVIII-first Half of Xix Centuries). Report I: The Origin of Concept of Medical Police, Governing Bodies of Medical Sanitary Business, Physician Sanitary Legislation]

[Article in Russian]
  • PMID: 23672072

[The Becoming of Public Medicine (Second Half of XVIII-first Half of Xix Centuries). Report I: The Origin of Concept of Medical Police, Governing Bodies of Medical Sanitary Business, Physician Sanitary Legislation]

[Article in Russian]
A M Stotchik et al. Probl Sotsialnoi Gig Zdravookhranenniiai Istor Med.

Abstract

The present report covers the history of origination of concept of medical police in the second half of XVIII century. This body became one of the most important tool of state governance in Austria. France, Prussia and Russia. The relationship between origin of this concept and the results of scientific studies in area of investigation of epidemic constitutions is demonstrated. Two directions of activity of bodies of state governance are considered concerning the implementation of medical police--imposition of public administration of activities of physicians and development by joint efforts of physicians and lawyers of special physician sanitary legislation.

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