Studies in social dynamics of primary health care

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StatementAshish Bose, P.B. Desai ; Research Team, R.P. Goyal ... [et al.].
SeriesStudies in economic development and planning ;, no. 29
ContributionsDesai, Prasannavadan B. 1924-
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LC ClassificationsRA771.7.I4 B67 1983
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Paginationxvi, 228 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL2827736M
LC Control Number83903358

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Author(s): Bose,Ashish; Desai,Prasannavadan B(Prasannavadan Bhagwanji), Title(s): Studies in social dynamics of primary health care/ Ashish Bose, P.B.

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