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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 15, Number 3, Number 3/September 2005

Public health leadership in primary care practice in England: Everybody's business?
pp. 205-217(13)
Authors: Wirrmann, Erica J.; Carlson, Cindy L.

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Trauma 1 as a political tool
pp. 219-228(10)
Author: Lamott, Franziska

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An ecological model for understanding culture as a determinant of women's health
pp. 229-242(14)
Authors: Thurston, Wilfreda E.; Vissandjée, Bilkis

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Youth identity formation and contemporary alcohol marketing
pp. 251-262(12)
Authors: McCreanor, Timothy; Greenaway, Alison; Moewaka Barnes, Helen; Borell, Suaree; Gregory, Amanda

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Health logic and health-related behaviours
pp. 263-273(11)
Author: Ioannou, Soula

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Qualitative and quantitative approaches to health impact assessment: An analysis of the political and philosophical milieu of the multi-method approach
pp. 275-289(15)
Authors: Love, Kevin; Pritchard, Catherine; Maguire, Kevin; Mccarthy, Ann; Paddock, Paul

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Establishing and sustaining community–university partnerships: A case study of quality of life research
pp. 291-302(12)
Authors: Williams, Allison; Labonte, Ronald; Randall, James E.; Muhajarine, Nazeem

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