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Power, control and resistance in the timing of health and care
Spatiality, embodiment and hazards encountered in the making of pots
Family structure and patient survival in an African-American end-stage renal disease population: a preliminary investigation
Turner-Musa, J.; Leidner, D.; Simmens, S.; Reiss, D.; Kimmel, P.L.; Holder, B.
Information needs in terminal illness
Kutner, J.S.; Steiner, J.F.; Corbett, K.K.; Jahnigen, D.W.; Barton, P.L.
Psychosocial problem disclosure by primary care patients
Robinson, J.W.; Roter, D.L.
Gender, psychosocial factors and the use of medical services: a longitudinal analysis
Green, C.A.; Pope, C.R.
Psychosocial outcome assessments for use in cardiac rehabilitation service evaluation: a 10-year systematic review
McGee, H.M.; Hevey, D.; Horgan, J.H.
Disability terminology in the media: a comparison of newspaper reports in Canada and Israel
Auslander, G.K.; Gold, N.
The `dop' system, alcohol abuse and social control amongst farm workers in South Africa: a public health challenge
The impact of market oriented reforms on choice and information: a case study of cataract surgery in outer London and Stockholm
Demographic and socio-economic determinants of community and hospital services costs for people with HIV/AIDS in London
Kupek, E.; Dooley, M.; Whitaker, L.; Petrou, S.; Renton, A.
Doing a shotgun: a drug use practice and its relationship to sexual behaviors and infection risk
Perlman, D.C.; Henman, A.R.; Kochems, L.; Paone, D.; Salomon, N.; des Jarlais, D.C.
`With the best of reasons': cervical cancer prevention policy and the suppression of sexual risk factor information
Braun, V.; Gavey, N.
Political self-characterization of US women physicians
Geographies of health perception in Quebec: a multilevel perspective
Pampalon, R.; Duncan, C.; Subramanian, S.V.; Jones, K.
The persisting effect of unemployment on health and social well-being in men early in working life
Wadsworth, M.E.J.; Montgomery, S.M.; Bartley, M.J.
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