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Public Health at the Crossroads: Achievements and Prospects; Making Sense of Public Health Medicine; Progress in Public Health

BMJ 1999; 318 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.318.7181.472 (Published 13 February 1999) Cite this as: BMJ 1999;318:472
  1. Max O Bachmann, senior lecturer in epidemiology and public health medicine.
  1. Department of Social Medicine, University of Bristol

    Public Health at the Crossroads: Achievements and Prospects

    Robert Beaglehole, Ruth Bonita

    Cambridge University Press, £17.95, pp 258

    ISBN 0 521 59373 X

    Making Sense of Public Health Medicine

    J Connelly, C Worth

    Radcliffe Medical Press, £17.50, pp 164

    ISBN 1 85775 1868

    Progress in Public Health

    Ed Gabriel Scally

    RSM Press, £19.99, pp 302

    ISBN 0 443 05938 1


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    Ed Gabriel Scally

    RSM Press, £19.99, pp 302

    ISBN 0 443 05938 1

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    Public health professionals perennially ponder the future and scope of their discipline, for good reasons. Their changing roles are largely determined by incessant reforms of the health sector, and their responsibilities are immodestly claimed to embrace anything relevant …

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