Chicago Department of Public Health                                      History of Public Health in Chicago              ...
Presentation Outline•   Eras in Public Health•   The Chicago Board of Health•   Everything Old is New Again•   Towards Pol...
Pre-1850’s: Early Sanitation• Board of Health established• First sanitation regulations  passed• Focus on disease control
1850-1920: Sanitary Reform• Focus on sewers, water, food & dairy• Reporting of contagious diseases required• Reversal of r...
1880’s-1950’s: Hygiene Movement• Focus on hygiene and medical care• First infant mortality campaign• Services for dental, ...
1920’s: The New Public Health• Inoculations as major intervention• Syphilis Control Project – 1937• City introduces Salk v...
1950’s: Health Care Services• Personal health care services• Focus on low-income populations• First City Mental Health Cen...
1988: The Future of Public Health• Public health in disarray• Core Functions of Public Health
1993: The Era of Health Care Reform
The Chicago Board of Health
The Chicago Board of Health                            1835                                    1857• Temporary            ...
Everything Old is New Again       1976
Everything Old is New Again            2011
Everything Old is New Again          2012
Everything Old is New Again          2009
Towards Policy Solutions
Towards Policy Solutions
Towards Policy Solutions
Communications & Data Availability
Evolution of Public Health Communications
The Evolution of the Message
The Evolution of the Message          2008        1938 1980’s
Data Availability
Leadership:Standing Up for What’s Right
A judge has no businessdictating what publichealth policy should be.
facebook.com/ChicagoPublicHealthGplus.to/ChiPublicHealth@ChiPublicHealth312.747.9884CityofChicago.org/HealthHealthyChicago...
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History of Public Health in Chicago

  1. 1. Chicago Department of Public Health History of Public Health in Chicago Erica Salem, MPH Deputy Commissioner Chicago Department of Public Health Rahm Emanuel Bechara Choucair, MD Mayor Commissioner
  2. 2. Presentation Outline• Eras in Public Health• The Chicago Board of Health• Everything Old is New Again• Towards Policy Solutions• Evolution of Public Health Communications & Data Availability• Leadership – Standing Up for What’s Right
  3. 3. Pre-1850’s: Early Sanitation• Board of Health established• First sanitation regulations passed• Focus on disease control
  4. 4. 1850-1920: Sanitary Reform• Focus on sewers, water, food & dairy• Reporting of contagious diseases required• Reversal of river as medical intervention
  5. 5. 1880’s-1950’s: Hygiene Movement• Focus on hygiene and medical care• First infant mortality campaign• Services for dental, home visits and venereal diseases
  6. 6. 1920’s: The New Public Health• Inoculations as major intervention• Syphilis Control Project – 1937• City introduces Salk vaccine - 1955
  7. 7. 1950’s: Health Care Services• Personal health care services• Focus on low-income populations• First City Mental Health Center – 1959• First Neighborhood Health center - 1970
  8. 8. 1988: The Future of Public Health• Public health in disarray• Core Functions of Public Health
  9. 9. 1993: The Era of Health Care Reform
  10. 10. The Chicago Board of Health
  11. 11. The Chicago Board of Health 1835 1857• Temporary • Powers • New Board of Board reduced as • Viewed as luxury Health established to • 7-member Board small pox and established to established by • BOH abolished fight cholera cholera under address State Legislature • Powers transferred control cholera to Police 1834 Mid-1850’s 1867
  12. 12. Everything Old is New Again 1976
  13. 13. Everything Old is New Again 2011
  14. 14. Everything Old is New Again 2012
  15. 15. Everything Old is New Again 2009
  16. 16. Towards Policy Solutions
  17. 17. Towards Policy Solutions
  18. 18. Towards Policy Solutions
  19. 19. Communications & Data Availability
  20. 20. Evolution of Public Health Communications
  21. 21. The Evolution of the Message
  22. 22. The Evolution of the Message 2008 1938 1980’s
  23. 23. Data Availability
  24. 24. Leadership:Standing Up for What’s Right
  25. 25. A judge has no businessdictating what publichealth policy should be.
  26. 26. facebook.com/ChicagoPublicHealthGplus.to/ChiPublicHealth@ChiPublicHealth312.747.9884CityofChicago.org/HealthHealthyChicago@CityofChicago.org

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