Directing Sheppard-Towner programs in Arkansas plunged Bradley into a political imbroglio and forced her resignation. She authored a set of booklets describing healthcare issues of a fictional couple. Praise for this method of disseminating accurate medical information came from all over the United States and Canada. In 1923 she delivered four lectures to the new American Child Health Association.
Keywords: Arkansas Board of Health, Sheppard-Towner Act of 1921, midwives, Dr. Anna E. Rude, Arkansas Medical College, “Arkansas Family Series” booklets, American Child Health Association, Bradley children, pioneer vs. settler
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