Catalog of health services research
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Catalog of health services research abstracts of public and private projects, 1967-70. [Editor: Norman Bredesen] by Norman Bredesen

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Published by Health Services and Mental Health Administration in Rockville, Md .
Written in English


  • Community health services -- United States -- Research -- Directories,
  • Medical care -- United States -- Research -- Directories,
  • Public health research -- United States -- Directories

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SeriesDHEW publication no. 72 0009
ContributionsSmithsonian Institution. Science Information Exchange, United States. Health Services and Mental Health Administration, United States. National Center for Health Services Research and Development
LC ClassificationsR854 U5 B7
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Pagination[various pagings]
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18788578M

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