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Health care in China.

Abstract

Maternal-child nurses are part of a growing number of Americans who have had the opportunity to visit China. An increased understanding of the history and of the health care practices of the Chinese people lends itself to an examination of American values and health practices. The insight developed may aid us as we seek to understand our own health care practices for women and children and to plan for the future in health care.

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    The Nurse practitioner 9:5 1984 May pg 39, 42-4, 46

    MeSH

    Child
    Child Health Services
    Child, Hospitalized
    China
    Cross-Cultural Comparison
    Delivery of Health Care
    Family Planning Services
    Female
    Health Services
    Humans
    Infant
    Maternal Health Services
    Pregnancy

    Pub Type(s)

    Journal Article

    Language

    eng

    PubMed ID

    6728348

    Citation

    Brown, M S., et al. "Health Care in China." The Nurse Practitioner, vol. 9, no. 5, 1984, pp. 39, 42-4, 46.
    Brown MS, Burns CE, Hellings PJ. Health care in China. Nurse Pract. 1984;9(5):39, 42-4, 46.
    Brown, M. S., Burns, C. E., & Hellings, P. J. (1984). Health care in China. The Nurse Practitioner, 9(5), pp. 39, 42-4, 46.
    Brown MS, Burns CE, Hellings PJ. Health Care in China. Nurse Pract. 1984;9(5):39, 42-4, 46. PubMed PMID: 6728348.
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