British Public Health Dates 1800-1914

all the important dates of British Public Health 1800-1914 during Industrial Revolution

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1831-1832
major cholera outbreak
1 of 18
1834
poor law amendment act
2 of 18
1842
Chadwick's report
3 of 18
1848
1) 1st public health act 2) major cholera epidemic
4 of 18
1854
1) 1st public health act ended 2) John Snows link to cholera
5 of 18
1858
1) great stink 2) Bazalegette's sewer money in London
6 of 18
1861
Pasteur's Germ Theory
7 of 18
1866
major cholera outbreak
8 of 18
1867-1868
reform act (votes) - all head of household men to vote
9 of 18
1875
1) 2nd public health act - it was compulsary 2) Artisans' Labourers' Dwellings Improvement Act
10 of 18
1889
Charles Booth survey of London
11 of 18
1899
1) Boer war 2) Rowntrees survey of York
12 of 18
1906-1912
Liberal Health Reforms
13 of 18
1906
1) Liberal Party win General Election 2) free school meals begin
14 of 18
1907
school medical inspections begin
15 of 18
1908
1) childrens charter 2) pensions are introduced
16 of 18
1909
labour exchanges set up
17 of 18
1911
National Insurance Act is passed
18 of 18

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poor law amendment act

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1834

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Chadwick's report

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1) 1st public health act 2) major cholera epidemic

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1) 1st public health act ended 2) John Snows link to cholera

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