Parental Attitudes in Twenty Cases of Children Attending the Allergy Clinic of St. Vincent's Hospital of the City of New York, September 1950-September 1951
The field of medicine is a complexity of divisions and its ramifications are significant. Its borders are constantly being extended and today they enclose a diversity of allied professions, industries, arts and sciences. Though there is a distinctiveness particular to each branch of medical endeavor, there remains a striking interrelationship based upon the common dedication to the relief of human suffering, preservation of life and contribution to an overall well being of mankind. During recent decades, more attention has been focused upon the sick person, rather than upon his illness as such. There has been a definite concentration upon the total personality. For this reason, the social and emotional components in illness have been given greater consideration.
Medicine|Health care management|Social psychology
Basso, Sister Mary, "Parental Attitudes in Twenty Cases of Children Attending the Allergy Clinic of St. Vincent's Hospital of the City of New York, September 1950-September 1951" (1952). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI30557648.