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Social capital and health (plus wealth, income inequality and regional health governance)
Private medical practitioners and managed care in Malaysia: a survey of knowledge and attitudes held by Federal Territory based doctors
Marnoch, G.; Lian, P.C.S.
Managed care members talk about trust
Goold, S.D.; Klipp, G.
The theory of use behind telemedicine: - how compatible with physicians' clinical routines?
Lehoux, P.; Sicotte, C.; Denis, J.; Berg, M.; Lacroix, A.
The influence of user fees and patient demand on prescribers in rural Nepal
Holloway, K.A.; Gautam, B.R.; Harpham, T.; Taket, A.
To what extent can we explain time trade-off values from other information about respondents?
Dolan, P.; Roberts, J.
Predicting small area health-related behaviour: a comparison of multilevel synthetic estimation and local survey data
Twigg, L.; Moon, G.
Market reforms and public incentives: finding a balance in the Republic of Macedonia
Nordyke, R.J.; Peabody, J.W.
Representations of far-flung illnesses: the case of Ebola in Britain
Joffe, H.; Haarhoff, G.
Body image and physical disability-personal perspectives
Taleporos, G.; McCabe, M.P.
The impact of hospices on health care expenditures-the case of Taiwan
Exploring Health Policy Development in Europe - Anna Ritsatakis (Ed.); World Health Organisation Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen, 2000, 537pp.
Dying for Growth: Global Inequality and the Health of the Poor - Jim Yong Kim, Joyce V. Millen, Alec Irwin and John Gershman (Eds.), Common Courage Press, Monroe, 2000, 600pp. Cloth $49.95 Paper $29.95
Death Foretold. Prophecy and Prognosis in Medical Care, - Nicholas A. Christakis, University of Chicago Press, 1999, 328pp, price $30.00 (Cloth)
Medical Geography - Melinda S. Meade and Robert J. Earickson. 2nd edition. Guilford Press, New York and London, 2000, pp. 501, $45.00 US (Cloth)