Using regional indicators : the experience of Europe / Anatoly Nossikov, Remigijus Prokhorskas & Mirvet Shabanah
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Other TitlesLes indicateurs régionaux dans la pratique : l' expérience de l' Europe : résumé
Nossikov, Anatoly, Prokhorskas, Remigijus & Shabanah, Mirvet. (1990). Using regional indicators : the experience of Europe / Anatoly Nossikov, Remigijus Prokhorskas & Mirvet Shabanah. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/49547
World health statistics quarterly 1990 ; 43(1) : 25-31
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