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Ways in which the design and delivery of health services may influence uptake: methods of enquiry1991 Health transition series 3: 217-25
  • S Adjei
Estimating the impacts of socio-economic and biomedical factors on child health: the Cebu study1991 Health transition series 3: 407-27
  • J S Akin
Advantages and limitations of large-scale health interview surveys for the study of health and its determinants1991 Health transition series 3: 269-88
  • A G Hill
  • L Assogba
  • O Campbell
Biomedical methods for the assessment of nutritional status in the individual and in communities1991 Health transition series 3: 35-42
  • R H Behrens
The trickle-down model within households: foster children and the phenomenon of scrounging1991 Health transition series 3: 115-31
  • C H Bledsoe
The four dimensions of Chagas' disease1991 Health transition series 3: 321-7
  • R Briceño-León
Studying the health transition: an overview1991 Health transition series 3: 1-12
  • A G Hill
  • J G Cleland
A multi-dimensional approach to the social analysis of the health transition in Bombay1991 Health transition series 3: 303-19
  • Bhanwar Singh
  • N Crook
  • R Ramasubban
Household production of health: a micro-economic perspective on health transitions1991 Health transition series 3: 85-101
  • J DaVanzo
  • P Gertler
Macro-level study of socio-economic development and mortality: adequacy of indicators and methods of statistical analysis1991 Health transition series 3: 147-64
  • M Murphy
  • T Dyson
Towards a contextual model of the health transition1991 Health transition series 3: 381-405
  • S E Findley
Epidemiological methods for monitoring the health transition1991 Health transition series 3: 259-68
  • J S Weisfeld
  • S O Foster
Prospective studies of communities and their unique potential for studying the health transition: reflections from the ORSTOM experience in Senegal1991 Health transition series 3: 251-8
  • M Garenne
  • P Cantrelle
Discovering determinants of Australian Aboriginal population health1991 Health transition series 3: 355-79
  • A N Gray
The health status of vulnerable groups: a valuable indicator for national development1991 Health transition series 3: 165-91
  • A el B Hammad
  • C A Mulholland
Perceptions of health-care options and therapy-seeking behaviour1991 Health transition series 3: 133-45
  • H K Heggenhougen
Methods to identify geographic and social clustering of disability and disease burden1991 Health transition series 3: 61-84
  • J E Dowd
  • K G Manton
  • M A Woodbury
The anthropologist as storyteller: picking up where others leave off in public-health research1991 Health transition series 3: 227-36
  • C Myntti
Review of data sources and methods for the assessment of trends, age patterns and differentials of mortality in the third world1991 Health transition series 3: 13-33
  • A Palloni
Behavioural research on household activity patterns, resource allocation and care practices [Kenyan data]1991 Health transition series 3: 289-301
  • D Ngare
  • J Timyan
  • M Paolisso
Multi-method perspectives of Tamasheq illness: care, action and outcome1991 Health transition series 3: 329-42
  • S Randall
Combining quantitative and qualitative methods in the study of intra-household resource allocation1991 Health transition series 3: 237-50
  • S C M Scrimshaw
Measurement of subjective rationales for health-related behaviour1991 Health transition series 3: 103-13
  • J Simons
Methodology mixes and health transition1991 Health transition series 3: 429-36
  • C Sitthi-amorn
How do we evaluate the effects of different social policies on health?1991 Health transition series 3: 193-216
  • G J Stolnitz
Investigating health beliefs and health-seeking behaviour among the urban poor of Jakarta1991 Health transition series 3: 343-53
  • C Surjadi
  • K Streatfield
  • L H Tampubolon
Cultural conceptions of illness and the measurement of changes in morbidity1991 Health transition series 3: 43-59
  • P S Yoder