Practising Health for All
David C. Morley, Jon E. Rohde, Glen Williams
Oxford University Press, 1983 - Community health services - 333 pages
This book describes some of the most significant developments in primary health care during the past decade. The editors discuss the case histories in this book in the hope that the PHC programmes described will help other communities in establishing their own health care schemes.
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