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(Churchill Livingstone, 1996)
Post-natal depression : the relevance of sociological approaches.
Post-natal depression is much discussed yet definitions and approaches are not homogenous, neither in terms of the cause of post-partum mental ill health, its treatment or how further research in the area should proceed. ...
Practical aspects of applying to degree courses
Refusal to Care
(Scutari Press, 1994-10-01)
An evaluative study of a community health service development
This paper describes a research study designed to evaluate a community health service development in one health authority in rural England. The study compared two types of primary care teams working towards the same ...
Assessing population needs in primary health care : the problem of GP attachment
Recent government policy has emphasised the benefits of assessing need at a local level, For Health Authorities operating a system of strict GP attachment, attempting to do this for localities within districts is not ...