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2020, vol. 148, iss. 9-10, pp. 648-654
Female physicians and physicians' wives: Members of the Women's Society (1875-1915)
aInstitute of Contemporary History, Belgrade
bMuzej nauke i tehnike, Beograd

emailjasmina.mil17@gmail.com
Keywords: physicians; physicians' wives; Women's Society; voluntary nurses
Abstract
Prior to the Herzegovina Uprising (1875) and the First Serbian-Turkish War (1876-1877), two associations were established in Serbia with humane work goals that provided great assistance to the health service throughout the war conflicts in which the Serbian people participated. The first of these was the Women's Society, established in May 1875, and the second one was the Serbian Red Cross Society, established in February 1876. Shortly before the wars, they organized training courses for voluntary paramedics and nurses, during the wars they established reserve hospitals, collected money, medical supplies, and clothing for the wounded and the refugees. In peacetime, among other activities, they worked to raise public awareness of the importance of hygiene and proper nutrition. Female physicians and physicians' wives were particularly active in the Women's Society, and were followed by women around them. The work of the female members of the Women's Society was especially invaluable in the subcommittees, as they worked together with their husbands to promote health education in culturally primitive rural areas.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Historical Item
DOI: 10.2298/SARH191106078M
received: 06/11/2019
revised: 10/09/2020
accepted: 17/09/2020
published online: 30/09/2020
published in SCIndeks: 13/11/2020

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