Chinese public health campaign slides
Educational slides played an important role in the history of public health campaign in P.R. China. From the beginning of the 1950s, Chinese government's health policy put an emphasis on public hygiene and preventive treatment. Along with radio, posters, and movies, slides became a favored propaganda tool for educating the public. Slides were inexpensive to produce and disseminate. They were widely used in school teaching and various public health activities/campaigns in both rural and urban China. These health slides aimed at disseminating scientific and medical concepts and behaviors among a population with very different understanding of what constituted illness and well-being.
- Whooping cough, 1955
- Eradicate Mosquitoes, 1954
- Harm of Smoking
- Malaria and Mosquitoes, 1960
- Eradicate Flies, 1960
- Hygiene Made Easy Lantern Slides: Actively Prevent and Treat Malaria
- Prevent Hepatitis, 1960
- Improve Factory Hygiene, Hygiene Promotion Work, 1953
- Preventing Dysentery 1
- Hygiene and disease prevention
- Protecting the Teeth
- Preventing Dysentery 2
- Eradicate Four Pests Prevent Sickness and Increase Production
- Hygiene/no spitting
- Water and Diseases, 1950
- Story of Henry Norman Bethune
- Dysentery Prevention
- Tuberculosis Prevention, 1977
- Prevention of Malaria, 1978
- Prevent Epidemic Meningitis
- How to Prevent Diarrhea in Children
- Our Country's Ethnic Minorities
- Children’s hygiene habits
- Preventing whooping cough
Healthy children playing outdoors.
Children wear protective masks on public buses.
Sick child should not go to public places like a movie theater.
School children having physical check.
A woman health worker giving a boy a shot.
Two women washing and drying bed sheets outdoor.
A woman boils the utensils for disinfection.
A woman giving the sick child warm soup or hot water.
A child eating healthy foods.
The girl playing outside wearing a facial mask to protect herself from getting the disease.
The woman washes her hands after checking on the sick child; she is also wearing a mask to protect herself.
A woman inside the sick room stopping another woman and child from entering.
The sick child resting in bed with window open for fresh air.
A baby getting an immunization shot in the anti-epidemic station.
A woman visiting the town clinic.
A woman holding a child on the table for exercise.
A woman health worker is feeding the sick child medicine (left); the child rests in bed (right).
The girl is coughing and her mother is holding a handkerchief for her.
A mom holding her coughing child in bed; she is wearing a mask to avoid infection.
A boy suffering from whooping cough.