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Task orientated nursing in a tuberculosis control programme in South Africa: - where does it come from and what keeps it going?
van der Walt, H.M.; Swartz, L.
Communicative competence in the delivery of bad news
Gillotti, C.; Thompson, T.; McNeilis, K.
Networks of nomads: negotiating access to health resources among pastoralist women in Chad
Homeless ''squeegee kids'': Food insecurity and daily survival
Dachner, N.; Tarasuk, V.
Birth order and mortality: a life-long follow-up of 14,200 boys and girls born in early 20th century Sweden
Factors associated with unintended pregnancy in Yamagata, Japan
Goto, A.; Yasumura, S.; Reich, M.R.; Fukao, A.
Balancing rigour and acceptability: the use of HIV incidence to evaluate a community-based randomised trial in rural Uganda
Mitchell, K.; Nakamanya, S.; Kamali, A.; Whitworth, J.A.G.
Treading the path of least resistance: HIV/AIDS and social inequalities-a South African case study
Gilbert, L.; Walker, L.
Participating in decisions about treatment: overt parent pressure for antibiotic medication in pediatric encounters
Reflections and recommendations on research ethics in developing countries
Commentary: Biomedical research, trade policy and international health: beyond medical ethics
Commentary on 'reflections and recommendations on research ethics in developing countries' by S.R. Benatar
Response to Doctors Pang and Ashcroft
Pricing Life: Why its time for health care rationing - Peter A. Ubel. (2000) MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2000, 208 pp., $25.00 (cloth)
The application of problem-solving therapy to psychosocial oncology care - Julia A Buchner (Ed.), Haworth Medical Press, New York, 1999, 122pp., $49.95 (cloth) (Reprinted from Psychosocial Oncology, 16(3/4),
Violence and Subjectivity - Veena Das, Arthur Kleinman, Mamphela Ramphele, and Pamela Reynolds (Eds.), University of California Press, Berkeley, 2000, 389pp. Cloth $50.00 Paper $19.95