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The Scottish Health Survey 2008

Published: 29 Sep 2009
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9780755981076

The Scottish Health Survey 2008

Contents
The Scottish Health Survey 2008
4 SMOKING - References

4 SMOKING - References

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2. Health in Scotland 2006. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2007.

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4. Health in Scotland 2007. Edinburgh: The Scottish Government, 2008.

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8. Scotland's Future is Smoke-Free: A Smoking Prevention Action Plan. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2008.

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15. Scottish Budget Spending Review 2007. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2007. www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2007/11/13092240/0 see also: www.scotlandperforms.com

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17. More details of the Scottish Household Survey are available from: www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Statistics/16002

18. Better Health, Better Care Action Plan. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2007.

19. The HEAT targets derive their name from the four strands in the performance framework: the Health of the population; Efficiency and productivity, resources and workforce; Access to services and waiting times; and Treatment and quality of services.

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