1996 Rome, Italie

9ème réunion de REVES, Rome (Italie), 1996

Towards an integrated system of indicators to assess the health status of the population

La conférence était organisée par Viviana Egidi, ISTAT

Une sélection des présentations a été publiée dans des actes:

1996 Rome

Egidi V, Eds. Towards an integrated system of indicators to assess the health status of the population: Proceedings of the 9th Work-group meeting REVES, Rome, December 1996. Rome: ISTAT, 1999 [Essays n°4].



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