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Methods for the economic evaluation of health care programmes

Methods for the economic evaluation of health care programmes which is of interest to all those concerned specialty Book reviews medical and social and health with health, policy, The historical material is service administration. and the interviews thoroughly and readably presented it. However the discussion is What community medicine?: the philosophy, serve to highlight rather price not do to the issues raised practice and politics of public health since 1919. Jane brief and does justice many 1986. book. In she does not Lewis. (Pp 192; £15.95) Wheatsheaf, by Lewis in this particular, the fate of medicine in consider in detail community Victorian era had two health service. Public health in the major the post-Griffiths manager-orientated conditions and sanitation. These attention could also have been to the concerns: housing Greater given were seen as crucial in the contribution of health in a society two elements improving role and public the This Victorian notion individual, rather than collective, health status of population. which promotes health centred upon the responsibility for health. of public was, therefore, prevention rather than cure of disease. The early years This in its skilful use of historical material, book, of this saw a narrowing of this Victorian vision demonstrates how such data can be used to http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health British Medical Journal

Methods for the economic evaluation of health care programmes

Methods for the economic evaluation of health care programmes

Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health , Volume 41 (4) – Dec 1, 1987

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which is of interest to all those concerned specialty Book reviews medical and social and health with health, policy, The historical material is service administration. and the interviews thoroughly and readably presented it. However the discussion is What community medicine?: the philosophy, serve to highlight rather price not do to the issues raised practice and politics of public health since 1919. Jane brief and does justice many 1986. book. In she does not Lewis. (Pp 192; £15.95) Wheatsheaf, by Lewis in this particular, the fate of medicine in consider in detail community Victorian era had two health service. Public health in the major the post-Griffiths manager-orientated conditions and sanitation. These attention could also have been to the concerns: housing Greater given were seen as crucial in the contribution of health in a society two elements improving role and public the This Victorian notion individual, rather than collective, health status of population. which promotes health centred upon the responsibility for health. of public was, therefore, prevention rather than cure of disease. The early years This in its skilful use of historical material, book, of this saw a narrowing of this Victorian vision demonstrates how such data can be used to

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
ISSN
0143-005X
eISSN
1470-2738
DOI
10.1136/jech.41.4.355-a
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Abstract

which is of interest to all those concerned specialty Book reviews medical and social and health with health, policy, The historical material is service administration. and the interviews thoroughly and readably presented it. However the discussion is What community medicine?: the philosophy, serve to highlight rather price not do to the issues raised practice and politics of public health since 1919. Jane brief and does justice many 1986. book. In she does not Lewis. (Pp 192; £15.95) Wheatsheaf, by Lewis in this particular, the fate of medicine in consider in detail community Victorian era had two health service. Public health in the major the post-Griffiths manager-orientated conditions and sanitation. These attention could also have been to the concerns: housing Greater given were seen as crucial in the contribution of health in a society two elements improving role and public the This Victorian notion individual, rather than collective, health status of population. which promotes health centred upon the responsibility for health. of public was, therefore, prevention rather than cure of disease. The early years This in its skilful use of historical material, book, of this saw a narrowing of this Victorian vision demonstrates how such data can be used to

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Journal of Epidemiology & Community HealthBritish Medical Journal

Published: Dec 1, 1987

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