Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/G/M 1
TitleMedical policy
Extent2 files
DescriptionMemoranda, correspondence and papers concerning CMS medical policy and MMA finances and financial policy. Including references to work in different mission areas, records relating to the relationship between MMA and the Society's General Funds, the Medical Mission Auxiliary Jubilee April 1942, history and future of the MMA and the health of missionaries.

The memoranda and papers include a memorandum on CMS medical work in Uganda by W. Wilson Cash 1936; report on the work of the 'Mission Hospital for Women and Children' in Mombasa for 1936 by [Dr] Alma Downes-Shaw 1937; 'A New Venture on the North-West Frontier' by H. Beryl Burt; 'Medicine and Religion' by H. G. Anderson [c 1942]; an incomplete copy of a paper by Dr W. S. Flowers entitled, 'Notes on Mission Co-operation in Chinese Government Health Services' (pp 1-4); unpublished CMS fact sheets, numbers 4 and 6, from a series entitled, 'Medical Mission Facts' 1943 and 1945; 'Report of a Visit to C. M. S. Hospitals in East Africa, Uganda, and the Sudan January-May 1939' by J. Howard Cook (65 pages); 'Survey of the Health of CMS Missionaries in the Field (1925-1939)' by H. G. Anderson March 1940; notes of an interview between the Secretary of State for the Colonies and the Conference of British Missionary Societies 1946 and 'The Contribution of Christian Medical Missions to the Practice of Medicine in the Tropics' by H. G. Anderson, CMS, Medical Superintendent [1948]; copy of Dr Frank Lake's address to the Conference of the Medical Advisory Board (Conference of British Missionary Societies) entitled,'The Realignment of Medical Missions in the face of changing conditions, on the basis of spiritual priorities' 1949 (27 pages). The correspondence includes a letter of resignation from L. F. Churchill [Assistant Secretary, Medical Mission] June 1948 and correspondence, dated 1949, arising from the 1948 paper on CMS medical policy entitled, 'The Health of the Whole Man' (copy included).
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