ERIC Number: ED050942
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
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The Population Problem and the Physician.
American Medical Association, Chicago, IL.
Contained in this document are 16 speeches presented by leading physicians at the American Medical Association Congress on Environmental Health, May 1970, in Washington, D.C. Primary concerns are in the areas of population, family planning, and related health services. Speeches are entitled: The Education of the Professionals; Health Service Programs, Plans; The A.M.A. and Population Problems; Towards a Population Policy for the United States; On Population Problems in the United States; Family Planning-U.S. Programs; Family Planning-World Programs; World Population; Clinical Aspects of Contraception and Fertility Control; Contraceptive Practice and Fertility Control in the U.S.A., 1965-Summary of Findings; Role of Health Services Private Practice, The Ghetto; The Non-Ghetto; Comments on Professor Notestein's Statement on World Population; Comments on Dr. Philip M. Hauser's Remarks regarding Population Problems in the United States; and Stabilizing U.S. Population Growth: A Political Strategy. A personal data sheet for each speaker is also included. (BL)
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Authoring Institution: American Medical Association, Chicago, IL.