Bibliography

This section contains a comprehensive list of books, articles, and other resources, with links to Google scholar and specially created reviews by historians and scholars. These items are linked to the Courses.

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Fulton JS, . The Negro Tuberculosis Problem in Maryland: Whose Problem?. [Baltimore, Md: Maryland Association for the Prevention and Relief of Tuberculosis; 1915.
Fried MG. From Abortion to Reproductive Freedom: Transforming a Movement. 1st edst ed. Boston, MA: South End Press; 1990.
Freeman R. Eliminating Health Disparities a Satellite Broadcast for Outreach Workers. 2003.
Frazier FE, Edwards FG. On Race Relations; Selected Writings, Edited and with an Introduction by G. Franklin Edwards. Chicago, London: Univ. of Chicago Press; 1968.
Fraser GJ. Afro-American Midwives, Biomedicine and the State: An Ethnohistorical Account of Birth and Its Transformation in Rural Virginia. 1988.
Fraser GJ. African American Midwifery in the South: Dialogues of Birth, Race, and Memory. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press; 1998.
Frankel B. Childbirth in the Ghetto: Folk Beliefs of Negro Women in a North Philadelphia Hospital Ward. San Francisco: R & E Research Associates; 1977.
Foster HW, Greenwood A. Make a Difference: The Founder of the I Have a Future Program Shares His Vision for Young America. New York: Scribner; 1997.
Fontenot WL. Secret Doctors: Ethnomedicine of African Americans. Westport, Conn: Bergin & Garvey; 1994.
Flexner A, Pritchett HS, Teaching CFoundation. Medical Education in the United States and Canada: A Report to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching [Internet]. Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching; 1910.Available from: http://books.google.com/books?id=lxgTAAAAYAAJ
Fletcher MF. The Negro in the Drugstore Industry. Philadelphia: Industrial Research Unit, Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, Univ. of Pennsylvania; 1971.
Fletcher MF. The Negro in the Drug Manufacturing Industry. Philadelphia: Industrial Research Unit, Wharton School of Finance and Commerce, Univ. of Pennsylvania, distributed by Univ. of Pennsylvania Press; 1970.
Flack H, Pellegrino ED. African-American Perspectives on Biomedical Ethics. Washington, D.C: Georgetown University Press; 1992.
Flack H. The Confluence of Culture and Bioethics. Washington: Georgetown University Press; 1992.
Finkelman P. Medicine, Nutrition, Demography, and Slavery. New York: Garland; 1989.
Fett SM. Body and Soul: African American Healing in Southern Antebellum Plantation Communities, 1800-1860. 1995.
Fett SM. Working Cures: Healing, Health, and Power on Southern Slave Plantations. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press; 2002.
Fett SM. Working Cures: Healing, Health, and Power on Southern Slave Plantations [Internet]. University of North Carolina Press; 2002.Available from: http://books.google.com/books?id=C9hT7A3GROgC
Feldman S. Doctor Draws Blood from a Child. 198AD;
Fawcett J, McCorkle R. Successful Postdoctoral Research Training for African American Nurses. Washington, DC: American Academy of Nursing; 1995.
Faul JW. Physician Examines an Infant's Chest. 197AD;
Falk LA, Quaynor-Malm NA. Early Afro-American Medical Education in the United States: The Origins of Meharry Medical College in the Nineteenth Century. London: Wellcome Institute of the History of Medicine; 1974.
Falk LA. The Negro American's Health and the Medical Committee for Human Rights. Chicago, Aldine: Atherton; 1971.