Ts copy of a report, entitled 'Population Problems', written by Dr Cicely D. Williams population problems (8 March 1965), accompanied by three printed articles, including 'Maternal and Child Health Services in Developing Countries' (15 February 1964), 'Social Paediatrics' (September 1964) and 'Population Problems in Developing Countries' (1966).
Report and articles of Dr Cicely D. Williams
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- ReferenceGB 1538 RCMS/96
- Dates of Creation15 February 1964-1966
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 folder
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Administrative / Biographical History
Dr Cicely D. Williams (1893-1992) was pioneer in child health who was born in Kew Park, Jamaica. The following are among her achievements: Colonial Medical Service (1929-1948), Adviser on Maternal and Child Health World Health Organisation Geneva (1948- 1951), Senior Lecturer in Nutrition London University (1953-1955), Visiting Professor of Maternal and Child Health American University of Beirut (1959-1964) and Adviser Family Planning Association (1964-1967). She died in Oxford on 13 July 1992.
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