Papers relating to health legislation, includes details of conventions put together after an International Sanitary Convention held in Paris, inspection of ships for illnesses and the need to fly flags informing authorities of the presence of disease, regulations on cholera, yellow fever and plague, reports on unsanitary conditions in the Island including St Helier and St Luke's/Grève d'Azette district, reports on the treatment of sewage from the UK, a petition relating to unsanitary conditions in St Aubin's Harbour, the dumping of refuge dredged from the Harbour between Elizabeth Castle and Picket House, petition of the Jersey Commercial Association asking for supervision on drainage from houses and the cessation of the dumping of sewage at the Fort d'Auvergne area, Havre des Pas, an outbreak of enteric fever in St Helier, cases of venereal disease affecting the troops and treatment, deaths of tuberculosis in the Island, law relating to the Public Lunatic Asylum, UK guidance relating to cancer, procedures to follow when armed force personnel are invalided from service, law granting Act of Incorporation for the Jersey Dispensary and Infirmary and the Jersey Clinic

Reference: A/D1/H17

Date: September 7th 1871 - May 4th 1937

Treatment of venereal diseases at the General Hospital

Reference: B/A/W31/7/9

Date: September 25th 1942 - September 25th 1942

Digital copy of Entry by [Assistant Children's Officer] [C A] Smith relating to Witness 347. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 347. [Some details redacted]. For Witness 347's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police dated 19 March 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/31/WS000153.

Reference: C/D/AW1/A3/6/1/37/WD001919

Date: 1969 - 1969

Digital copy of report on Case Conference held at Westaway Crèche concerning Witness 120 and her sister. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 120. [Some details redacted]. For the transcripts of Witness 120's tape recorded interviews with Police dated 16 February 2008, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/3/WS000186 and C/D/AW1/B1/2/1/3/WS000187.

Reference: C/D/AW1/A3/6/1/4/WD001325

Date: February 2nd 1964 - February 2nd 1964

Digital copy of a Letter from B M Thurban, Head of Community Studies to the parents of female pupils at Grainville School, including Witness 185. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 185. For Witness 185's witness statements to the States of Jersey Police, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/2/17.

Reference: C/D/AW1/A3/6/2/24/WD002299

Date: May 7th 1982 - May 7th 1982

Directorate correspondence relating to Health Education, includes; correspondence, policies and plans regarding education into different health issues such as HIV/AIDS, alcohol and drug abuse, notes of meetings of the Health Education Strategy Group and details of a review of Family Nursing services.

Reference: D/J1/A/B1/D/6/A

Date: July 9th 1985 - November 24th 1992

Correspondence and papers relating to cases of venereal disease and the case of a child sent to the Home for Girls

Reference: D/Z/H5/345

Date: July 3rd 1944 - December 21st 1945

Talk by Dr Raymond Osmont of his experiences as a doctor at the General Hospital during the occupation to the Channel Islands Occupation Society. Talk includes references to his return to island before being qualified and Dr McKinstry arranging for him to work at the hospital to gain experience, Dr Darling who he lived with and taught him about clinical medicine, learning about procedures and surgical instruments, the effect of the occupation on the hospital with many nurses evacuating and the matron Miss Miller and later Miss Carter heading the team, a recruitment campaign to bring new nursing staff in, some of the medical staff of the hospital including Dr Arthur Halliwell, Dr John Hanna, Mr Arnold Ferguson, Dr Warrington, Dr Blampied, Dr Wood and the dentist Mr Joe Price, the GPs of the island, the reorganisation of the wards after being taken over by the Germans, the maternity wing transferring to the Dispensary with Dr John Lewis being put in charge, the geriatric ward on the top floor under the leadership of Sister Renoir, the increase in the death rates on the island due to lack of drugs, food and heating, increase in tuberculosis, the treatment of Miss Ivy Forster the sister of Louisa Gould and Harold Le Druillenec, Elise Floyd helping prisoners' families meet with them in the physiotherapy department, the casualty and outpatient departments under Dr Darling, a fracture clinic run by Dr Halliwell on a saturday morning, the pathology lab under Dr McKinstry who looked after public health and Overdale Hospital, the increase in epidemics during the occupation, the number of cases of diptheria, whooping cough and other diseases, vaccinations, foreign workers bringing in diseases, a house in Grands Vaux being used as a tuberculosis sanotorium, the death of Arnold Ferguson, the isolation wards in the hospital who dealt with the psychiatric patients, a German air force doctor who used to smuggle small quantities of drugs from Germany for Dr McKinstry, the height and weight of children at this time, the improvement in children's teeth, the crisis year of 1944 where supplies of insulin, anaesthetics and fuel were getting low, supplies being brought in from France but a great deal being stolen on the way to the island, all supplies ceasing from D-Day to the arrival of the SS Vega leading to the death of 14 diabetics, the running out of anaesthetics, tar being used as a fuel in place of coal, the problem of running out of x ray films,a lack of variety of drugs and the drugs used, a show put on by the hospital staff to keep morale up, the senior pharmacist Snowdon Amy, the different medicines used for different diseases, the arrival of penicillin on the SS Vega and the treatment of the prostitutes used by the german soldiers for venereal diseases.

Reference: L/D/25/L/49

Date: March 11th 1987 - March 11th 1987

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