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Influencing policy makers and managers

  • John Kemm
  • Ann Close
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Abstract

To understand how to promote healthier environments in situations where the health worker is apparently powerless.

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© John Kemm and Ann Close 1995

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  • John Kemm
  • Ann Close

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