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Authors: Ratanawijitrasin, S Soumerai, SB Weerasuriya, K
Citation: S. Ratanawijitrasin et al., Do national medicinal drug policies and essential drug programs improve drug use?: a review of experiences in developing countries, SOCIAL SC M, 53(7), 2001, pp. 831-844

Authors: Takahashi, LM Wiebe, D Rodriguez, R
Citation: Lm. Takahashi et al., Navigating the time-space context of HIV and AIDS: daily routines and access to care, SOCIAL SC M, 53(7), 2001, pp. 845-863

Authors: Albizu-Garcia, CE Alegria, M Freeman, D Vera, M
Citation: Ce. Albizu-garcia et al., Gender and health services use for a mental health problem, SOCIAL SC M, 53(7), 2001, pp. 865-878

Authors: Aubert, BA Hamel, G
Citation: Ba. Aubert et G. Hamel, Adoption of smart cards in the medical sector: the Canadian experience, SOCIAL SC M, 53(7), 2001, pp. 879-894

Authors: Faulkner, A Kent, J
Citation: A. Faulkner et J. Kent, Innovation and regulation in human implant technologies: developing comparative approaches, SOCIAL SC M, 53(7), 2001, pp. 895-913

Authors: Pattussi, MP Marcenes, W Croucher, R Sheiham, A
Citation: Mp. Pattussi et al., Social deprivation, income inequality, social cohesion and dental caries in Brazilian school children, SOCIAL SC M, 53(7), 2001, pp. 915-925

Authors: Bryant, LL Corbett, KK Kutner, JS
Citation: Ll. Bryant et al., In their own words: a model of healthy aging, SOCIAL SC M, 53(7), 2001, pp. 927-941

Authors: Edmunds, J Calnan, MW
Citation: J. Edmunds et Mw. Calnan, The reprofessionalisation of community pharmacy? An exploration of attitudes to extended roles for community pharmacists amongst pharmacists and General Practioners in the United Kingdom, SOCIAL SC M, 53(7), 2001, pp. 943-955

Authors: Ansell, J Guyatt, H Hall, A Kihamia, C Bundy, D
Citation: J. Ansell et al., The effects of sex and age of responders on the reliability of self-diagnosed infection: a study of self-reported urinary schistosomiasis in Tanzanian school children, SOCIAL SC M, 53(7), 2001, pp. 957-967

Authors: Koopmanschap, MA
Citation: Ma. Koopmanschap, Estimating the employment and earnings costs of mental illness - recent developments in the United States, Marcotte and Wilcox-Gok, SOCIAL SC M, 53(7), 2001, pp. 969-970

Authors: Shih, FJ Lai, MK Lin, MH Lin, HY Tsao, CI Duh, BR Chu, SH
Citation: Fj. Shih et al., The dilemma of "to-be or not-to-be": needs and expectations of the Taiwanese cadaveric organ donor families during the pre-donation transition, SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 693-706

Authors: Melia, KM
Citation: Km. Melia, Ethical issues and the importance of consensus for the intensive care team, SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 707-719

Authors: Entwistle, VA Skea, ZC O'Donnell, MT
Citation: Va. Entwistle et al., Decisions about treatment: interpretations of two measures of control by women having a hysterectomy, SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 721-732

Authors: Bracken, PJ
Citation: Pj. Bracken, Post-modernity and post-traumatic stress disorder, SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 733-743

Authors: Locock, L Dopson, S Chambers, D Gabbay, J
Citation: L. Locock et al., Understanding the role of opinion leaders in improving clinical effectiveness, SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 745-757

Authors: Beydoun, MA
Citation: Ma. Beydoun, Marital fertility in Lebanon: a study based on the population and housing survey, SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 759-771

Authors: Houghton, FT
Citation: Ft. Houghton, Health and variation in deprivation: commentary on Boyle et al., SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 773-774

Authors: Boyle, PJ Gatrell, AC Duke-Williams, O
Citation: Pj. Boyle et al., Reply to commentary: Health and variation in deprivation, SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 775-775

Authors: Abelson, J
Citation: J. Abelson, Understanding the role of contextual influences on local health-care decision making: case study results from Ontario, Canada, SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 777-793

Authors: Boyle, PJ Gatrell, AC Duke-Williams, O
Citation: Pj. Boyle et al., Do area-level population change, deprivation and variations in deprivationaffect individual-level self-reported limiting longterm illness?, SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 795-799

Authors: Forbes, A Wainwright, SP
Citation: A. Forbes et Sp. Wainwright, On the methodological, theoretical and philosophical context of health inequalities research: a critique, SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 801-816

Authors: Piko, B Fitzpatrick, KM
Citation: B. Piko et Km. Fitzpatrick, Does class matter? SES and psychosocial health among Hungarian adolescents, SOCIAL SC M, 53(6), 2001, pp. 817-830

Authors: Inhorn, MC Whittle, KL
Citation: Mc. Inhorn et Kl. Whittle, Feminism meets the "new" epidemiologies: toward an appraisal of antifeminist biases in epidemiological research on women's health, SOCIAL SC M, 53(5), 2001, pp. 553-567

Authors: Mills, TL
Citation: Tl. Mills, Comorbid depressive symptomatology: isolating the effects of chronic medical conditions on self-reported depressive symptoms among community-dwellingolder adults, SOCIAL SC M, 53(5), 2001, pp. 569-578

Authors: McCulloch, A Joshi, HE
Citation: A. Mcculloch et He. Joshi, Neighbourhood and family influences on the cognitive ability of children in the British National Child Development Study, SOCIAL SC M, 53(5), 2001, pp. 579-591
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