Den svenska Folkhälsorapporten 1991. Okande sociala konsekvenser av sjukdom?

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Den svenska Folkhälsorapporten 1991. Okande sociala konsekvenser av sjukdom? / Diderichsen, Finn.

I: Nordisk Medicin, Bind 107, Nr. 1, 1992, s. 23-4.

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Harvard

Diderichsen, F 1992, 'Den svenska Folkhälsorapporten 1991. Okande sociala konsekvenser av sjukdom?', Nordisk Medicin, bind 107, nr. 1, s. 23-4.

APA

Diderichsen, F. (1992). Den svenska Folkhälsorapporten 1991. Okande sociala konsekvenser av sjukdom? Nordisk Medicin, 107(1), 23-4.

Vancouver

Diderichsen F. Den svenska Folkhälsorapporten 1991. Okande sociala konsekvenser av sjukdom? Nordisk Medicin. 1992;107(1):23-4.

Author

Diderichsen, Finn. / Den svenska Folkhälsorapporten 1991. Okande sociala konsekvenser av sjukdom?. I: Nordisk Medicin. 1992 ; Bind 107, Nr. 1. s. 23-4.

Bibtex

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