Our hospital system compared with those of England, France, and Austria
Item Type:Journal article
Citation:McDonnell, Robert,. 'Our hospital system compared with those of England, France, and Austria'. - Dublin: Dublin Statistical Society,Vol.II, Part X, 1857, pp125-131
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As it would occupy too much time to enter into details regarding our hospital system, and as it would be beside my present intention, which is to compare the system adopted in this country with that of our neighbours, I shall confine myself to such general statements regarding the accommodation, management, and economy of our institutions for the relief of the sick poor, as shall suffice for the purpose of comparison.
Description:Read Monday, June 15th, 1857
Author: McDonnell, Robert
Publisher:Dublin Statistical Society
Type of material:Journal article
Series/Report no:Journal of the Dublin Statistical Society
Vol.II, Part X, 1857
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