Book Title: The Institute of Agricultural Medicine
Subtitle: An Iowa Idea—Worldwide Impact
Book Description: A memoir and history of the Institute of Agricultural Medicine at the University of Iowa, emphasizing its role in the development of the study and practice of occupational and environmental health and medicine for farmers their families and workers.
The Institute of Agricultural Medicine at the University of Iowa played an important role in bringing scholarly and professional attention to the health and safety of farmers and rural residents. Its impact is evident in many professional education opportunities available to health care providers today. The Institute also engaged in foundational research on the health and safety of farmers. This text tells from the personal perspectives of the authors the story of the institute, its national and international connections and influence, and its key people over its decades-long history.
The Institute of Agricultural Medicine by Kelley J. Donham is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.
Public health and preventive medicine