Mildred Scoville, US mental health worker

Mildred Scoville, US mental health worker

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Caption: Mildred Clare Scoville (c.1892-1969), US mental health worker. Scoville received a Lasker Award in 1949 from the National Committee for Mental Hygiene, recognising her contribution to the integration of mental health concepts in medical education and public health. In 1931, she had written the influential work 'An Inquiry into the Status of Psychiatric Social Work'.

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