Julius Benjamin Richmond
|Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States|
Julius Benjamin Richmond, (September 26, 1916 – July 27, 2008) served as the United States Surgeon General and the United States Assistant Secretary for Health during the Carter Administration, from 1977 to 1981. He held the rank of Vice Admiral in the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps while serving in those positions. He was also noted for his role in creating the Head Start program for disadvantaged children, serving as its first national director.
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|Coleman WL, Richmond JB. (2009) After the Death of a Child: Helping Bereaved Parents and Brothers and Sisters Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics. 366-372|
|DiFranza JR, Richmond JB. (2008) Let the children be heard: lessons from studies of the early onset of tobacco addiction. Pediatrics. 121: 623-4|
|Bryant JH, Richmond JB. (2008) Alma-ata and primary health care: An evolving story International Encyclopedia of Public Health. 152-174|
|Wise PH, Richmond JB. (2008) The History of Child Developmental-Behavioral Health Policy in the United States Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics: Evidence and Practice. 1-12|
|Richmond JB. (2006) Journal of Public Health Policy: Editorial Journal of Public Health Policy. 27: 323-326|
|Pruzansky S, Richmond JB. (2006) Pierre robin sequence Cleft Lip and Palate. 215-222|
|Richmond JB, Novello AC, Elders MJ, et al. (2005) Plenary session 1: A Surgeons General colloquium. Major health policy challenges and opportunities facing the nation. Ethnicity & Disease. 15: S58-61|
|Palmisano DJ, Richmond JB, Fein R. (2004) Debating How to Fix Health Insurance  (multiple letters) Science. 303: 1467-1468|
|Richmond JB, Burns DM, Cummings KM. (2004) Public health and the power of individual action. Tobacco Control. 13: i1-2|
|Richmond JB, Fein R. (2003) Health insurance in the USA. Science (New York, N.Y.). 301: 1813|