This is a descriptive study of the adjustment problems of tuberculous Indian sanatorium patients to sanatorium life. The problems described are the problems given by the Indian patients themselves in interviews, and problems observed by the medical staff of the sanatorium.
It is the problem of this investigation to describe some of the adjustment difficulties of the tuberculous Indian to sanatorium life; to discover what classifications of patients have the most severe adjustment problems.
Level of Degree
First Committee Member (Chair)
Mamie Janquist Miller
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Franklin, Mary Van. "A Description of Some of the Adjustment Problems of Tuberculous Indians to Sanatorium Life." (1949). http://digitalrepository.unm.edu/soc_etds/59