In a recent article in Public Health Reports (PHR), Dr. Marianne Sullivan of the William Paterson University explores the mentoring relationship between Dr. Alice Hamilton and Dr. Harriet Hardy, two female physician-researchers who had a tremendous impact on the development of the field of occupational health in the United States during the 20th century. “Hamilton and Hardy” is shorthand for one of the most well-known textbooks in occupational health and medicine, Industrial Toxicology. The article explores their relationship within the historical, political, and social context in which the women worked and made remarkable contributions to public health.
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