One Voice, One Vision--Recommendations to the Surgeon General to Improve Hispanic/Latino Health


Title:
One Voice, One Vision--Recommendations to the Surgeon General to Improve Hispanic/Latino Health
Creator:
United States. Public Health Service. Office on Minority Health
United States. Public Health Service. Office of the Surgeon General
Date:
June 1993
Description:
This report documents the activities and findings of the Surgeon General's landmark Hispanic/Latino Health Initiative. Blank pages are vvii, 4, 8, 14, 26, and 66.
Publisher:
United States. Public Health Service. Office of the Surgeon General
Rights:
Public Domain
Genre:
Official reports
Workshops (seminars)
Proceedings
Subject:
Hispanic Americans, Health Promotion, Health Occupations, and Health Services Accessibility
Format:
Text
Extent:
194 pages
Relation:
One Voice, One Vision--Recommendations to the Surgeon General to Improve Hispanic/Latino Health (Cover Page through Table of Contents), 1993
One Voice, One Vision--Recommendations to the Surgeon General to Improve Hispanic/Latino Health (pages 1-25), 1993
One Voice, One Vision--Recommendations to the Surgeon General to Improve Hispanic/Latino Health (pages 26-50), 1993
One Voice, One Vision--Recommendations to the Surgeon General to Improve Hispanic/Latino Health (pages 51-75), 1993
One Voice, One Vision--Recommendations to the Surgeon General to Improve Hispanic/Latino Health (pages 76-100), 1993
One Voice, One Vision--Recommendations to the Surgeon General to Improve Hispanic/Latino Health (pages 101-125), 1993
One Voice, One Vision--Recommendations to the Surgeon General to Improve Hispanic/Latino Health (pages 126-150), 1993
One Voice, One Vision--Recommendations to the Surgeon General to Improve Hispanic/Latino Health (pages 151-175), 1993
One Voice, One Vision--Recommendations to the Surgeon General to Improve Hispanic/Latino Health (pages 176-193), 1993
Language:
English
Legacy ID:
NNBCRZ
NLM ID:
101584932X732
Profiles Collection:
Reports of the Surgeon General
Story Section:
Public Health and Disease Prevention