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Physician , writer juvenile books.

Caroline A. Chandler, American physician, writer juvenile books. Fellow American Academy Pediatrics, Society for Pediatric Research, American Public Health Association, American College Preventive Medicine, Royal Society Health (Great Britain), American Orthopsychiat. Association; member American Psychiatric Association, Baltimore Urban League.

Background

Chandler, Caroline A. was born on December 7, 1906 in Ford City, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Andrew Hartupee and Lucile Isobel (Brown) Chandler.

Education

Student of University Pitts.

Career

Research fellow pediatrics Harvard Medical School, assistant medical service Children’s Hospital, Boston, 1934-1936. Assistant in bacteriology and immunology Harvard School Public Health, 1936-1937. Assistant in bacteriology, research fellow obstetrics Harvard Medical School, volunteer assistant in bacteriology, Boston Lying-In Hospital, 1937-1939.

Research fellow pediatrics Johns Hopkins, 1939-1941, instructor preventive medicine, 1941-1943. Assistant dispensary pediatrician Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1939-1941, assistant dispensary pediatrician, 1939-1941, assistant visiting pediatrician, 1941-1943, assistant professor preventive medicine, instructor pediatrics Medical School, 1946-1953, assistant professor pediatrics 1953-1972, professor emeritus, 1972-1979. Instructor mental hygiene, 1960-1972.

Consultant community mental health National Institute Mental Health, National Institutes of Health. Medical counselor College Notre Dame Maryland, 1951-1956. Medical director Family and Children’s Society, Baltimore, 1954-1957.

Chief Division Maternal and Child Health, Maryland. Department Health, 1957-1959, chief Office Mental and Child Health, 1959-1979. Chief demonstrations section National Institute Mental Health, 1963, chief child mental health section community research and services branch, 1964-1966, chief Center for Studies Mental Health of Children and Youth, Bethesda, Maryland., 1966-1968.

Consultant infant rearing study Children’s Hospital, Washington, 1968-1979. Cons. project head start Office Child Development, 1968-1972, Plays for Living, New York City, 1968-1972. Staff Children’s Bureau, Department Labor, 1943-1944.

Medical columnist Catholic Woman’s World, 1939-1942. Commissioned surgeon (Reserve) United States Public Health Service, 1944, senior srugeon, 1949, medical director, 1965-1979. Lena Lake Forest fellowship National Federation Business and Professional Women’s Clubs for research on influenzal meningitis, 1936.

Diplomate National Board Medical Examiners United States, American Board Pediatrics. American Board Preventive Medicine and Public Health.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Susie Stuart, Doctor of Medicine 1941. Susie Stuart. Home Front Doctor, 1943. (with Marion L. Faegre) Your Child From One to Six, review edit., 1945.

      Doctor Kay Winthrop, International 1947. Famous Men of Medicine, 1950. Famous Modern Men of Medicine, 1965, (with others) Early Child Care-The New Perspectives, 1968, (with Sharon H. Kempf) Nursing as a Career, 1970.

      Contributing editor child health Farm Jours., Farmer’s Wife, editorial board, Yale Journal Biology and Medicine, 1931-1933. Contributor World Book Encyclopedia, science and medical journals.

Membership

Fellow American Academy Pediatrics, Society for Pediatric Research, American Public Health Association, American College Preventive Medicine, Royal Society Health (Great Britain), American Orthopsychiat. Association; member American Psychiatric Association, Baltimore Urban League. Clubs: 16 East Hamilton St., John Hopkins.

Connections

father:
Andrew Hartupee Chandler

mother:
Lucile Isobel (Brown) Chandler