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2010, ISBN 0521113733, 411
This is the first detailed study of the standard of living of ordinary Russians following World War II... 
Medical policy | Industrialization | Urban health | City and town life | Health aspects | Soviet Union | Urban sanitation | Hygiene | Quality of life
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2017, ISBN 022642829X, xviii, 235 pages
...-nots. But when detailing the many things that the poor have not, we often overlook the most critical their health... 
Medical policy | Health and race | Poverty | Health | Social medicine | Discrimination in medical care | Equality | Social aspects | Racism | Health aspects | Poverty - Health aspects - United States
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British Journal of General Practice, ISSN 0960-1643, 07/2008, Volume 58, Issue 552, pp. 471 - 477
Background GP cooperatives are typically based in emergency primary care centres, and patients are frequently required to travel to be seen. Geography is a key... 
health services accessibility | distance | geographic factors | rural health | general practice | out-of-hours medical care | Rural health | General practice | Geographic factors | Out-of-hours medical care | Health services accessibility | Distance | NORFOLK | ACCESSIBILITY | ACCIDENT | GENERAL-PRACTICE | EMERGENCY SERVICES | RATES | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | PRIMARY-CARE | HEALTH-CARE | ENGLAND | ACCESS | Health Services Needs and Demand - organization & administration | Health Services Needs and Demand - statistics & numerical data | Humans | Middle Aged | Rural Health Services - statistics & numerical data | Child, Preschool | Infant | Male | Socioeconomic Factors | Time Factors | Family Practice - standards | Adult | Female | After-Hours Care - organization & administration | Health Services Accessibility - standards | Child | Family Practice - statistics & numerical data | Infant, Newborn | Family Practice - organization & administration | Urban Health Services - organization & administration | Health Services Accessibility - statistics & numerical data | Health Services Accessibility - organization & administration | Catchment Area (Health) - statistics & numerical data | Delivery of Health Care - organization & administration | Rural Health Services - standards | After-Hours Care - standards | Patient Acceptance of Health Care - statistics & numerical data | After-Hours Care - statistics & numerical data | Rural Health Services - organization & administration | Delivery of Health Care - standards | Urban Health Services - standards | Adolescent | Urban Health Services - statistics & numerical data | Aged | Health Services Needs and Demand - standards | Delivery of Health Care - statistics & numerical data | Original Papers
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PloS one, ISSN 1932-6203, 2013, Volume 8, Issue 3, p. e58650
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The Lancet (British edition), ISSN 0140-6736, 2015, Volume 386, Issue 10011, pp. 2422 - 2435
Summary Successive Governments of India have promised to transform India's unsatisfactory health-care system, culminating in the present government's promise to expand health assurance... 
Internal Medicine | SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS | GLOBAL BURDEN | MORTALITY | MEDICINE, GENERAL & INTERNAL | RISK-FACTORS | URBAN | POOR | RURAL INDIA | DOCTORS | CORRUPTION | CARE | Residence Characteristics | Health Status Disparities | Healthy People Programs - economics | Humans | Primary Health Care - organization & administration | Cost of Illness | Public Sector - economics | Male | Health Care Reform - economics | State Medicine - organization & administration | Universal Coverage - organization & administration | Health Manpower - standards | Primary Health Care - standards | Public Sector - organization & administration | Delivery of Health Care - economics | Life Expectancy | Private Sector - economics | Female | Insurance, Health | Health Information Systems - standards | Health Manpower - statistics & numerical data | Costs and Cost Analysis | Delivery of Health Care - organization & administration | Health Care Reform - organization & administration | Urban Health | Health Expenditures | Rural Health | India | Sex Ratio | Health Information Systems - organization & administration | State Medicine - economics | Private Sector - organization & administration | Healthcare Disparities | Sex Distribution | Healthy People Programs - organization & administration | Universal Coverage - economics | Quality of Health Care | National health insurance | Health care reform | Medical care, Cost of | Health care | Health care access | Disease | Government spending | Public health | Health care policy
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 06/2015, Volume 10, Issue 6, p. e0129162
Introduction In 2010, the Ministry of Health (MoH) of Guinea introduced a free emergency obstetric care policy in all the public health facilities of the country... 
MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | ACCESS | REDUCING FINANCIAL BARRIERS | REGION | Health Services Needs and Demand - statistics & numerical data | Maternal Health Services - standards | Guinea | Humans | Rural Health Services - statistics & numerical data | Cesarean Section - statistics & numerical data | Health Services Needs and Demand - legislation & jurisprudence | Young Adult | Rural Health - statistics & numerical data | Adult | Female | Retrospective Studies | Health Policy | Health Services Accessibility - standards | Rural Health - standards | Infant, Newborn | Maternal Mortality | Health Services Accessibility - statistics & numerical data | Cross-Sectional Studies | Rural Health Services - standards | Maternal Health Services - statistics & numerical data | Health Services Accessibility - legislation & jurisprudence | Perinatal Death | Pregnancy | Maternal Health Services - legislation & jurisprudence | Adolescent | Rural Health Services - legislation & jurisprudence | Delivery, Obstetric - statistics & numerical data | Health Services Needs and Demand - standards | Pregnancy Outcome | Rural Health - legislation & jurisprudence | Intervention | Low income groups | Fees & charges | Neonates | Medical research | Rural areas | Complications | Urban areas | Health services | Childrens health | Health care facilities | Epidemiology | Obstetrics | Maternal mortality | Hospital facilities | Maternal & child health | Womens health | Public health | Planning
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2010, World Bank working paper, ISBN 9780821383117, Volume no. 187., xxv, 90
This study aims mainly at understanding the performance of primary health care (PHC) providers in four Nigerian states and the variables driving this performance... 
statistics & numerical data | Primary health care | Quality of Health Care | Health Care Surveys | PHARMACY | COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION | VILLAGES | WASTE | HEALTH SECTOR | BASIC HEALTH CARE | MORBIDITY | SOCIAL MARKETING | ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | ESSENTIAL HEALTH CARE | INFORMATION ASYMMETRIES | EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC CARE | PUBLIC PROVIDERS | INJURIES | PRIVATE SECTOR | MEDICAL SUPPLIES | NUMBER OF WOMEN | HUMAN RESOURCES | REFERRAL SYSTEM | FEMALE | PREGNANCY | NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS | POLICY DIALOGUE | HEALTH WORKERS | HEALTH INFORMATION | NATIONAL STRATEGIES | HEALTH SERVICES | BASIC HEALTH SERVICES | MALARIA | URBAN AREAS | HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS | MICRONUTRIENT SUPPLEMENTATION | MORTALITY | PATIENTS | HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY | TUBERCULOSIS | CENTER FOR HEALTH | HOSPITALS | NATIONAL HEALTH SYSTEM | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | HEALTH CARE FACILITIES | TRANSPORTATION | LOCAL GOVERNMENTS | HEALTH INSURANCE | HEALTH CARE UTILIZATION | BANDAGES | CLINICS | DELIVERY OF HEALTH SERVICES | HEALTH PLANNING | CHILD HEALTH | OCCUPATION | COMMUNITY HEALTH | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE | HOUSEHOLDS | BUDGET PROCESS | HEALTH OUTCOMES | DISTRICTS | CONTRACEPTIVE USE | PREGNANCY RELATED CAUSES | LIVING STANDARDS | ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT | MEDICINES | DEBT | SKILLED PERSONNEL | FAMILIES | FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT | HEALTH INTERVENTIONS | INFANT | POLIO | INFECTIOUS DISEASES | QUALITY SERVICES | HEALTH ORGANIZATION | CONDOMS | HEALTH SYSTEM | EDUCATION ACTIVITIES | HEALTH POSTS | HOSPITAL | HEALTH MANPOWER | PRIMARY SCHOOL | COMMUNICABLE DISEASES | HEALTH STATUS | FEWER BIRTHS | STATE GOVERNMENTS | SELF-RELIANCE | INSURANCE | ILLNESS | RURAL AREAS | IMMUNIZATION | COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE | EXPENDITURES | PROGRESS | DOCTORS | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | CITIZEN | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | HEALTH SPECIALIST | HEALTH SERVICE | UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SYSTEM | FAMILY PLANNING | INTEGRATION | SAFE WATER | SERVICES TO WOMEN | GOVERNMENT POLICIES | MARKET FAILURES | OUTPATIENT CARE | HEALTH COMMITTEES | FERTILITY RATES | HEALTH CARE SERVICES ORGANIZATION | DELIVERY CARE | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | CITIZENS | HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT | PRACTITIONERS | FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES | INCOME DISTRIBUTION | CHILD HEALTH SERVICES | NURSES | REHABILITATION | PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT | EMPLOYMENT | ETHNIC GROUPS | MIDWIVES | VACCINES | HEALTH PROVIDERS | WORKERS | VACCINATIONS | HEALTH EDUCATION | DISPENSARIES | LAWS | BASIC SANITATION | DELIVERY SYSTEM | IMMUNIZATIONS | QUALITY OF SERVICES | MINISTRY OF HEALTH | DISSEMINATION | NUTRITION | USE OF RESOURCES | PUBLIC HEALTH | EMERGENCY OBSTETRIC SERVICES | HEALTH SYSTEM REFORM | MOBILE CLINICS | MEASLES | MEDICAL PERSONNEL | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE FACILITIES | INCOME INEQUALITY | WASTE DISPOSAL | WORKING CONDITIONS | INCOME | HIGH FERTILITY RATE | HEALTH CARE CENTERS | HIV/AIDS | MATERNAL MORTALITY | SUBSISTENCE FARMING | OCCUPATIONS | ANTENATAL CARE | LEGAL STATUS | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | LEVEL OF EDUCATION | HEALTH CENTERS | DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES | LEPROSY | CHILD MORTALITY RATES | HEALTH PROBLEMS | DEATHS | MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH | HEALTH CARE PERSONNEL | HEALTH EXTENSION | HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEMES | ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE | DISPARITIES IN HEALTH | RURAL DEVELOPMENT | HEALTH CARE PROVIDER | INSURANCE SCHEMES | DISEASE CONTROL | PHARMACIES | PUBLIC SERVICES | COMMUNITIES | UNFPA | CHOICE OF PROVIDERS | HEALTH CARE DELIVERY | UNDER FIVE MORTALITY | PROVISION OF SERVICES | CHRONIC MALNUTRITION | CHILD HEALTH CARE | YOUTH | SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES | SERVICE PROVISION | SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | HEALTH EXPENDITURE | CLINICAL SERVICES | HIGH FERTILITY | URBAN CENTERS | DISADVANTAGED GROUPS | HEALTH CARE PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT | ILLNESSES | CHILD MORTALITY | MINISTRIES OF HEALTH | HEALTH FACILITIES | PREGNANT WOMEN | GENDER | HOUSING | GOVERNMENT AGENCIES | PUBLIC EXPENDITURE | HEALTH SERVICE UTILIZATION | HEALTH CLINICS | POLICY MAKERS | MATERNAL DEATHS | ESSENTIAL DRUGS | PRIMARY HEALTH CARE SERVICES | HEALTH CARE COSTS | PROVISION OF HEALTH SERVICES
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BMC Health Services Research, ISSN 1472-6963, 2012, Volume 12, Issue 1, pp. 120 - 120
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