2 edition of Study on child dental health services in Europe. found in the catalog.
Study on child dental health services in Europe.
by Regional Office for Europe, World Health Organization in Copenhagen
Written in English
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Duckworth, Roy. Study on child dental health services in Europe. Copenhagen: Regional Office for Europe, World Health Organization, This new study of the health care systems of the 15 European Union (EU) Member States replaces two existing studies carried out in and The Maastricht Treaty gave the Union new competences in public health and more scope forFile Size: KB.
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Belgium, France, Germany and Sweden run publicly funded health services similar in scope to the UK's NHS – but in very different ways Steve Gold Wed 11 May EDT First published on Wed Author: Steve Gold. The child dental health survey, carried out every 10 years, is a useful reference of changes in the oral health of children.
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