The Ethics of Public Health Practice: Balancing Private and Public Interest Within Tobacco Policy
British medical bulletin 2009; 91: 7-22
Public health practice is characterized by measuring population health, assessing needs for health care and the provision (directly or indirectly) of services to protect and promote the public's health. It is increasingly explicitly concerned with issues of equity.
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