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Public participation in health care quality

@inproceedings{LevinPublicPI,
  title={Public participation in health care quality},
  author={L. Levin}
}
With my presentation there will have been an even dozen Duncan lecturers. It is extraordinary how the work and character of William Henry Duncan has caused the selection of such a diverse array of themes. Each of the Duncan lectures, however, found in Dr Duncan's work a strand ofcommon cause with their own interests. And I am no exception. Duncan knew from his experience with the authorities, be they governmental or professional, that for public health to advance it must build a public… Expand
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