Royston Lambert, 'Sir John Simon, 1816-1904, and English social administration', 1963
Macgibbon & Kee Ltd. (London).
Sir John Simon was the first Chief Medical Officer to be appointed by the British government in 1855. The biography includes information about the development of state involvement in public health during the 19th century.
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