The World Health Organization: A History by Marcos Cueto

The World Health Organization: A History by Marcos Cueto, Theodore Brown, and Elizabeth Fee is a book on the history of WHO. I don’t have a lot to say besides that I was annoyed by their views on Eastern Europe – the whole “buffer” between USSR and the rest of the world as we, obviously, do not matter at all.

The World Health Organization A History by Marcos Cueto

It’s not exactly a page turner, as one can imagine, but I used it for my research. If anyone is interested in the history of WHO, then it is a good book to read.

The World Health Organization: A History by Marcos Cueto

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My rating: 3/5 Stars
Would I recommend it: yes
Published by: Cambridge University Press
Year it was published: 2019
Format: ebook
Genre(s): History
Pages: 388

About the author: Dr. Brown is a historian of medicine, public health, and health policy. He has conducted research on the history of the biopsychosocial approach and on translational medicine; the history of twentieth and early twenty-first century U.S. health policy; the influence of organized philanthropy on medical research, health policy, and medical education, and the history of American and global public health. He is a Contributing Editor for History of the American Journal of Public Health.
Marcos Cueto and Elizabeth Fee both published many books on history of medicine.
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