Community participation and attitudes of decision-makers towards community involvement in health development in Saudi Arabia / Y. Al-Mazroa & S. Al-Shammari
Al-Mazroa, Y & Al-Shammari, S. (1991). Community participation and attitudes of decision-makers towards community involvement in health development in Saudi Arabia / Y. Al-Mazroa & S. Al-Shammari. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/48064
Bulletin of the World Health Organization 1991 ; 69(1) : 43-50
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