Date of Award
Master of Science
Master of Health Education
The problem dealt with in this study is the status of health of Negroes in Beaumont, Texas; how these conditions may be improved and the extent to which these conditions and problems may be solved through health education.
Suggested activities that the community might use, desired outcomes of the activities, agencies through which the program might work are set forth in this study.
This study is a survey and examination of the habits and living conditions of Negroes of Beaumont, for the purpose of determining the nature and extent of the conditions and problems.
The writer plans, in this study, to find out the health habits and practices of the families studied, the availability of community health services, the environmental conditions of Negroes, and to determine the extent to which health education can remedy these conditions.
This study will be made of health conditions of Negroes in Beaumont, Texas, based on a survey of 100 Negro families in the city. The data is pertaining to a program of health education for the community, a study of work done and facilities of health for Negroes, and recommendations for better work with Negroes.
C. A. Wood
Prairie View A&M College
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Tarver, M. B. (1949). Health Conditions of Negroes in Beaumont, Texas, and Their Implications for Health Education. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/905