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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 18, Number 2, June 2008

Public health and public involvement
pp. 131-134(4)
Author: Bunton, Robin

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Generation Scotland: consulting publics and specialists at an early stage in a genetic database's development
pp. 139-149(11)
Authors: Haddow, Gill; Cunningham-Burley, Sarah; Bruce, Ann; Parry, Sarah

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Empowerment evaluation applied to public health practice
pp. 161-174(14)
Authors: Carr, Susan; Lhussier, Monique; Wilkinson, Justine; Gleadhill, Steve

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'Getting involved means making a difference?' Insider views on the impact of a 'healthy living' community intervention
pp. 211-224(14)
Authors: Rapport, Frances; Snooks, Helen; Evans, Angela; Tee, Anna

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'Health and well-being': questioning the use of health concepts in public health policy and practice
pp. 225-232(8)
Authors: Cameron, Elaine; Mathers, Jonathan; Parry, Jayne

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Rapid Needs Appraisal in the modern NHS: potential and dilemmas
pp. 233-244(12)
Authors: Balogh, Ruth; Whitelaw, Sandy; Thompson, Jane

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Book Reviews
pp. 245-246(2)
Author: Weston, Del

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Book reviews
pp. 247-248(2)
Author: Trotter, Joy

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Book Reviews
pp. 249-250(2)
Author: Seear, Kate

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pp. 251-252(2)
Author: Soultatou, Pelagia

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pp. 253-254(2)
Author: Adams, Robert

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Book Reviews
pp. 255-257(3)
Author: Glasgow, Sara

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