## Chromatographic Methods (1992)

Venue: | In International |

Citations: | 16 - 0 self |

### BibTeX

@INPROCEEDINGS{Smith92chromatographicmethods,

author = {Karly B Smith and John S Humphreys and Yuliya Lenard and Judith A Jones and Vanessa Prince and Gil Soo Han},

title = {Chromatographic Methods},

booktitle = {In International},

year = {1992},

publisher = {Chapman & Hall}

}

### OpenURL

### Abstract

Still the doctor — by a country mile! Preferences for health services in two country towns in north-west New South Wales he relative importance people place on particular healthcare services is a significant factor in meeting their healthcare needs and influencing their health behaviour.

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