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Prison health care: January 1986 through September 1990 : 1132 citations (Current bibliographies in medicine) ePub download

by Ronald L Gordner

  • Author: Ronald L Gordner
  • ISBN: 016028192X
  • ISBN13: 978-0160281921
  • ePub: 1339 kb | FB2: 1471 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine, Reference Section ; (1990)
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Prison health care: January 1986 through September 1990 : 1132 citations (Current bibliographies in medicine) ePub download

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Gordner, Ronald L. Bibliographic Citation. Bethesda, MD: National Library of Medicine, Reference Section, 1990. Health; Health Care; Sociology of Health Care; Health Care for Particular Diseases or Groups

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January 1990 through October 1999 Koplan JP. Health literacy among Medicare enrollees in a managed care organization. Feb 10;281(6):545-51.

January 1990 through October 1999. Prepared by. Catherine R. Selden, . National Library of Medicine. Koplan JP.

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Prison healthcare is the medical specialty in which healthcare providers care for people in prisons and jails. Before 1775, imprisonment was rarely used as a punishment for crime. Since that year, however, incarceration rates have grown exponentially, creating the need for physicians in correctional institutions.

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Mental health in prisons - Eric Blaauw and Hjalmar . . It prevents the spread of diseases and promotes health through awareness of what everyone can do to help maintain their own health and well-being and that of others. He trained in medicine and public health in the Universities of Aberdeen and Glasgow and subsequently trained in internal medicine before embarking on a public health career.

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