Chapter XIII: Some Implications

October 1972
American Journal of Public Health;Oct1972 Supplement, Vol. 62, p46
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the public health study conducted to adolescents living in Harlem, New York. He claimed that the study was designed to be a contribution to the improvement of health care for adolescents. He also asserted that one implication of such study has something to do with the motivation for getting preventive care and what kinds of services are needed. Further, to provide better service for them, he suggested the concordance among health officers and community representatives.


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