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Health

  • Julia Parker
  • Constance Rollett
  • Kathleen Jones

Abstract

To trace trends in physical health and the medical care of the physically ill, we concentrate in this section on three kinds of statistics: mortality rates and measures of prevalence of certain diseases; the supply of medical services in terms of institutions, doctors and nurses; and costs.

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Mental Health Service Annual Report Standardise Mortality Ratio Mental Hospital BRITISH Society 
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© A. H. Halsey 1972

Authors and Affiliations

  • Julia Parker
  • Constance Rollett
  • Kathleen Jones

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