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Design and Inference in Finite Population Sampling

Design and Inference in Finite Population Sampling Environmental Tobacco Smoke and follow up of 173 stroke patients and their principal carers in Greenwich, London. Mortality. By P N Lee. (Pp 224; f29-95) BOOK Karger, Basel, 1992. ISBN 3-8055-5529-6. Although the stated aim was to include all severities of stroke, the low recruitment of REVIEWS the evidence from 10 This book reviews general practitioners (54%/o) must, inevitably, prospective and 43 case-control studies of the in failure to have resulted identify some relationship of passive smoke exposure to patients with milder strokes who did not Continuity and Crisis in the National cancer, heart and all-cause disease, mortality treatment. receive hospital Health Service. Ed Ray Loveridge and Ken who have never smoked. among adults The most valuable contribution of this £14 Oxford: Oxford Starkey. (Pp 225; 99.) of each the Following a general critique study, of the effects of study to our knowledge stroke, University Press, 1992. ISBN 0-335-15599-5. problems of interpreting evidence relating to lies in its comprehensive consideration of all lung cancer, other cancers, heart disease, effects of stroke on both possible patient and Although many of us plead frequently for a other and overall are diseases, mortality carer. It contains not only quantitative data on we http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health British Medical Journal

Design and Inference in Finite Population Sampling

Design and Inference in Finite Population Sampling

Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health , Volume 47 (2) – Apr 1, 1993

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Environmental Tobacco Smoke and follow up of 173 stroke patients and their principal carers in Greenwich, London. Mortality. By P N Lee. (Pp 224; f29-95) BOOK Karger, Basel, 1992. ISBN 3-8055-5529-6. Although the stated aim was to include all severities of stroke, the low recruitment of REVIEWS the evidence from 10 This book reviews general practitioners (54%/o) must, inevitably, prospective and 43 case-control studies of the in failure to have resulted identify some relationship of passive smoke exposure to patients with milder strokes who did not Continuity and Crisis in the National cancer, heart and all-cause disease, mortality treatment. receive hospital Health Service. Ed Ray Loveridge and Ken who have never smoked. among adults The most valuable contribution of this £14 Oxford: Oxford Starkey. (Pp 225; 99.) of each the Following a general critique study, of the effects of study to our knowledge stroke, University Press, 1992. ISBN 0-335-15599-5. problems of interpreting evidence relating to lies in its comprehensive consideration of all lung cancer, other cancers, heart disease, effects of stroke on both possible patient and Although many of us plead frequently for a other and overall are diseases, mortality carer. It contains not only quantitative data on we

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
ISSN
0143-005X
eISSN
1470-2738
DOI
10.1136/jech.47.2.163-c
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Abstract

Environmental Tobacco Smoke and follow up of 173 stroke patients and their principal carers in Greenwich, London. Mortality. By P N Lee. (Pp 224; f29-95) BOOK Karger, Basel, 1992. ISBN 3-8055-5529-6. Although the stated aim was to include all severities of stroke, the low recruitment of REVIEWS the evidence from 10 This book reviews general practitioners (54%/o) must, inevitably, prospective and 43 case-control studies of the in failure to have resulted identify some relationship of passive smoke exposure to patients with milder strokes who did not Continuity and Crisis in the National cancer, heart and all-cause disease, mortality treatment. receive hospital Health Service. Ed Ray Loveridge and Ken who have never smoked. among adults The most valuable contribution of this £14 Oxford: Oxford Starkey. (Pp 225; 99.) of each the Following a general critique study, of the effects of study to our knowledge stroke, University Press, 1992. ISBN 0-335-15599-5. problems of interpreting evidence relating to lies in its comprehensive consideration of all lung cancer, other cancers, heart disease, effects of stroke on both possible patient and Although many of us plead frequently for a other and overall are diseases, mortality carer. It contains not only quantitative data on we

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Journal of Epidemiology & Community HealthBritish Medical Journal

Published: Apr 1, 1993

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