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Jane Brooks

Times (1  December 1945): 801. 89 Anonymous, ‘Editorial: Coming ­home – ­Army nurses think of demobilisation’, Nursing Times (16 February 1946): 127. 90 Anonymous, ‘Editorial: Nursing goes forward’, Nursing Times (17 November 1945): 751. Italics in the original. 91 Anonymous, ‘Editorial: For the good of all’, 41–2. 92 Starns, Nurses at War, 150. 93 Karen Flynn, ‘Proletarianization, professionalization and Caribbean immigrant nurses’, Canadian Woman Studies 18, 1 (1998): 57–60; Julia Hallam, Nursing the Image: Media, Culture and Professional Identity (London

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Martin D. Moore

emergence and policy convergence’. 157 A. Hardy, ‘Beriberi, Vitamin B1 and world food policy, 1925–1970’, Medical History , 39:1 (1995), 61–77. Historically, such movements were also tied with colonial medicine: R. Bivins, ‘Cominghome” to (post)colonial medicine: treating tropical bodies in post-war Britain’, Social History of Medicine , 26:1 (2013), 1–20. See also Sheard, The Passionate Economist . 158 Day et al., A Comparative US – UK Study of Guidelines . 159 Private, direct-pay healthcare

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