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Kissing Can Be Dangerous book. In the first half of the 20th century in Western Australia, the social consequences of tuberculosis were almost as confronting as the disease itself

Kissing Can Be Dangerous book. Tuberculosis became a notifiable disease in 1902, and throughout. In the first half of the 20th century in Western Australia, the social consequences of tuberculosis were almost as confronting as the disease itself. Until the advent of chemotherapy in 1947, people with the disease were advised to adopt a way of living that would protect those with whom they came in contact. Kissing and close contact with a person infected with tuberculosis were absolutely forbidden.

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She has published four monographs, Kissing can be Dangerous’: The Public Health Campaign to Prevent and Control Tuberculosis in Western Australia, 1900-1960, A Press in Isolation: University of Western Australia Press, 1935-2004, ‘110° in the Waterbag’: A History of Life.

She has published four monographs, Kissing can be Dangerous’: The Public Health Campaign to Prevent and Control Tuberculosis in Western Australia, 1900-1960, A Press in Isolation: University of Western Australia Press, 1935-2004, ‘110° in the Waterbag’: A History of Life, Work and Leisure in Leonora, Gwalia and the Northern Goldfields’, and. Turning Men into Stone: A Social and Medical History of Silicosis in Western Australia 1890-1970, published in 2016.

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It includes scientists who were Australian by birth as well as those who undertook significant scientific work here. Published Resources Details Book. Kissing can be Dangerous: the Public Health Campaigns to Prevent and Control Tuberculosis in Western Australia, 1900-1960.

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Tuberculosis became a notifiable disease in 1902, and throughout history has been a major cause of mortality and morbidity in most communities around the world. 'It was like a leper's disease' was the response of an ex-tuberculosis sufferer when asked to describe his experience of having tuberculosis and the public's reaction to his illness. In the first half of the 20th century in Western Australia, the social consequences of tuberculosis were almost as confronting as the disease itself. Until the advent of chemotherapy in 1947, people with the disease were advised to adopt a way of living that would protect those with whom they came in contact. Kissing and close contact with a person infected with tuberculosis were absolutely forbidden. Using the oral histories of patients and doctors, as well as archival research, Kissing can be Dangerous reveals the way in which social and cultural perceptions of tuberculosis-as well as the biological effects-shaped the experience of the tuberculosis sufferer, and the response of public health departments to the disease. Also included are historical photographs and promotional materials from public health campaigns used by the Australian government.
Kissing Can Be Dangerous: The Public Health Campaigns to Prevent and Control Tuberculosis in Western Australia 1900-1960 download epub
Australia & Oceania
Author: Criena Fitzgerald
ISBN: 1920694781
Category: History
Subcategory: Australia & Oceania
Language: English
Publisher: UWA Publishing; 1 edition (September 1, 2006)
Pages: 264 pages