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Access this resource: Health & Society - Health & Society Database
Description Health & Society Database (H&S) is a subset of FAMILY - Australian Family & Society Abstracts Database, focusing on health policy and services and the social, psychological, legal and ethical issues associated with the health of Australian people and families.
Subject area Occupational Health & Safety
  Food, Nutrition and Dietetics
  Nursing and Midwifery
  Exercise and Sports Science
  Sport
  Health Sciences and Allied Health
  Disability Studies
  Public Health
Database Help Informit help
Part of Abstracts and indexes
  Part of Informit DATA
Other name Informit Data H&S

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