Theory of Health Care Reform Movement Reforming for Socioeconomic Equality in Health Care Key Moments AIDS Was Recognized As Distinct Human Health Problem (1981)
Intersection with Other Reform Movements Health Care Reform and Women’s Rights Author Suggested Illustrations, Tables, and Documents
Historical Development Early Healthcare Reform Professionalization of Medicine/Nursing/Hospitals Eugenics Purity Movements Birth Control Movements Public Safety and Managing Epidemic Diseases/Healthcare Crisis Healthcare System Reform
Key Moments Margaret Sanger Opens First U.S. Birth Control Clinic (1916) Founding of Alcoholics Anonymous (1935) Albert Kinsey Publishes First Report on Sexual Behavior (1948) Passage of Americans with Disabilities Act (1990)
Future of Heath Care Reform Movement Debate over Access to Healthcare, the Privatization of Healthcare, and a National Healthcare System
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