Founded in 1993
  Year: 2010 | Volume: 18 | Issue: 4 | Pages: 120-122
  Modern medicine in Serbia
  DR. SVETOZAR MARKOVIA - THE FOUNDER OF THE SCHOOL HYGIENE IN SERBIA
Brana Dimitrijevic
  DOI: 10.2298/AOO1004120D
  Abstract:
  Dr. Svetozar Markovic (1860-1916) graduated from the Medical School in Paris, France (1894) and was the founder of the schools hygiene in Serbia. He founded the Society for School Hygiene and People's Enlightenment (1906); he also established the Svetlost (1908), a periodical that was regularly published for six years, until the beginning of the World War I (1914). He was involved in introducing high standards in schools based on medical science, with a purpose of maintaining, and not ruining the health of students. He was a pioneer in this field of work.
  Key words: History of Medicine; History, 20th Century; Famous Persons; Physicians; Hygiene; Schools; Serbia Non MeSH Svetozar Markovic
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