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Promoting the health of Australians : case studies of achievements in improving the health of the population
Bib ID 1691280
Format BookBook
Description [Canberra] : National Health and Medical Research Council, 1996, c1997 
ix, 78 p. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0642272271 (paperback)
Full contents
  • ch. 1. Smoking and tobacco control
  • ch. 2. Reduction in morbidity and mortality due to road injury and trauma
  • ch. 3. Reduction in mortality due to cervical cancer
  • ch. 4. Prevention and improvement management of cardiovascular disease
  • ch. 5. Control of HIV/AIDS
  • ch. 6. Improved management of asthma
  • ch. 7. Conclusions and lessons for the future.
 
Notes

"December 1996".

AGPS cat no. 9704027.

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Health promotion -- Australia -- Case studies.  |  Health planning -- Australia.  |  Medical care -- Australia.  |  Public health -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia)

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