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The development of social class sensitive proxies for infant mortality at the PCT level: An appraisal of candiate indicators for the commission for health improvement

By Peter J. Aspinall and Bobbie Jacobson

Abstract

The main aim of the work is to identify social class-sensitive proxies for infant mortality at Primary Care Trust level that could be used in the CHI performance ratings process for PCTs in 2003/4

Topics: H1, HM
Publisher: London Health Observatory
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:kar.kent.ac.uk:7790

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