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Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety: The body, health care, management and policy, tools and approaches (1998)
by Jeanne Mager Stellman
World Health Organization WHO's Alma-Ata Declaration on Primary Care In the so-called Alma-Ata Declaration (World Health Organization 1978), coming out of the International Conference on Primary Health Care, held by WHO/UNICEF in ...
by Rafis Abazov
ALMA-ATA DECLARATION • 1 1 AKSAKAL (Aqsaqal, Oqsoqol in some eastern straps; literally "white bearded" in Turkic). 1 . Elders in a rural or town community or oldest member of an extended family. 2. Head of a craftsman shop or a ...
by Thomas M. Leonard
The eleven states also unanimously adopted the Alma-Ata Declaration that signified the beginning of independence of the former Soviet Union Republics and established the major principles of dealing with the problems of post-Soviet ...
by S. William A. Gunn
Sn: alluvial deposit Alma-Ata Declaration ...
by Sana Loue, Martha Sajatovic
Alma-Ata 1978 primary health care. Alma-Ata: World Health Organization/United Nations Children's Fund. Sana Loue and Martha Sajatovic ( eds ...
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