Health objectives for the developing society; responsibility of individidual, physician, and community [by] Guillermo Arbona [and others] E. Croft Long, editor.
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xiv, 163 pages maps. 23 cm.
Papers presented at a seminar at Duke University, Sept. 4-6, 1963.
Introductory statement, by B. Woodhall.--WHO accomplishments in the Western Hemisphere, by J. C. Cutler.--Health problems of rural communities, by W. H. Stewart.-- Health objectives in Canada, by V. C. Goldbloom.--Health objectives in the southeastern United States, by E. G. McGavran and R. E. Coker, Jr.--The role of the individual in rural health, by F. J. Brady.--The role of the physician in rural health, by G. Arbona.--The role of the community in rural health, by C. Seipp.--Summary and conclusions, by J. C. Cutler.--Future prospects, by E. L. Stebbins.--Closing statement, by R. T. Cole.
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