Poverty and Child Health

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Radcliffe Medical, 2000 - Medical - 352 pages
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This new updated and expanded edition challenges many widely held views on the links between poverty and child health. It brings together historical and current evidence, and considers the practical implications for health and social policy, outlining innovative approaches to future development.
Poverty and Child Health is vital reading for paediatricians and child health workers, doctors and health service managers, social service professionals, social scientists and everyone with an interest in shaping health and social policy.

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The extent of child poverty
Measuring child health
Historical evidence linking poverty

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