Some views on Scottish health information services

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Dept. of Social Medicine, Univ. of Aberdeen , (Aberdeen
Statementedited by I. Dingwall-Fordyce, E.M. Russell (and) R.D. Weir.
ContributionsDingwall-Fordyce, Ianthe., Russell, Elizabeth M., Weir, R. D.
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Aim. The Scottish Health Survey gives us an accurate picture of the health of the Scottish population. The latest report is from and you can read the full report in the Scottish Government website.

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