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Public Health History Walk – Gin Lane and Beer Street: public health in Hogarth’s London
First Time Around: The Rise and Fall of ‘Universal Health Coverage’ as a Goal of International Health Politics, 1942–1952
Management and Construction of the Spanish hospital system from the perspective of economic history: between public and private sectors
One-Day Symposium announcement: Devolution and Transformation in the NHS: What Can We Learn From History?
'The Cost of Living and Dying': Richard Titmuss, Population, and Population Health, ca.1935-1945