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Volume 14, Number 3, September 2004

Editorial
pp. 221-223(3)
Authors: Bunton, Robin; Wills, Jane

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The quality and use of knowledge in health policy-making: a case study
pp. 225-237(13)
Authors: Kaati, Gunnar; Sjöström, Michael; Vester, Monika

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The new political economy of the UK NHS
pp. 239-250(12)
Author: Greener, Ian

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Academic public health research and development in England, 2000-01: capacity, capability and concerns
pp. 251-260(10)
Authors: Milner, Philip; Mistral, Willm; Brown, Louise; Weeden, Jill

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Finding a place for needle exchange programs
pp. 261-275(15)
Authors: Strike, Carol J.; Myers, Ted; Millson, Margaret

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Developing user involvement in a UK cancer network: professionals' and users' perspectives
pp. 277-294(18)
Authors: Daykin, N.; Sanidas, M.; Tritter, J.; Rimmer, J.; Evans, S.

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The impact of welfare advice in primary care: a qualitative study
pp. 295-309(15)
Authors: Moffatt, Suzanne; White, Martin; Stacy, Rosie; Downey, Dawn; Hudson, Eve

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'We've been trained to put up with it': real women and the menopause
pp. 311-323(13)
Authors: Morris, Margaret E.; Symonds, Anthea

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