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Oxford Handbook of Public Health Practice Flexibound – Oct 13 2006


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`The editors of the Oxford handbook of Public Health Practice have achieved their aim. It is excellent value for money and is essential reading for new trainees and experienced practitioners of Public Health medicine alike... It must have become the must have public health book of the year... my congratulations on a superb book.' Public Health

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Old but still a key reference July 12 2010
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I bought this during my MPH a few years ago - I was too cheap to get the most up to date version. And frankly, other than my econs and stats textbooks, this is the only reference text I have AND use. Definitely a must for any public health specialist and serves as my lexikon for when I am in need of a quick definition and/or things past studied and in need of some refreshing.


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