Public Health For The 21St Century
McGraw-Hill International, Feb 1, 2007 - Medical - 401 pages
Throughout this book, the authors analyse and reflect upon the influence of history, research and procedures upon contemporary public health practice. The text explores the debates surrounding the meaning of public health and looks at the policy changes that are reshaping its context.
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