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Development of primary health care specific to Japan. A new focal point in public health activities--its' application to the evaluation of the practice of the 4 basic principles of primary health care



Development of primary health care specific to Japan. A new focal point in public health activities--its' application to the evaluation of the practice of the 4 basic principles of primary health care



Japanese Journal for Public Health Nurse 36(7): 524-534




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