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TAF Prev Med Bull. Year: 2005, Volume: 4, Issue: 5

    Original Research

  1. ATTITUDES DURING ILLNESS AND DRUG USAGE HABITS OF PATIENTS ATTENDING TO A UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL [Turkish]
    Seçil ÖZKAN*, Olga Devrim ÖZBAY, F. Nur AKSAKAL, Mustafa N. İLHAN, Sefer AYCAN
    TAF Prev Med Bull. 2005; 4(5): 223-237
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  2. THE EVALUATION OF THE APPROPRIATENESS OF BED USE IN DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL PEDIATRICS IN GÜLHANE MILITARY MEDICAL ACADEMY TRAINNING HOSPITAL [Turkish]
    Abdulkadir TEKE*, Cesim DEMİR, Mustafa ÖZER, Muharrem UÇAR, Erdal GÖKÇAY
    TAF Prev Med Bull. 2005; 4(5): 238-252
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  3. WRITINGS RELATED WITH CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE AND RISK FACTORS WHICH WERE PRINTED IN TEN NATIONAL DAILY NEWSPAPER [Turkish]
    Sabahat TEZCAN, Hakan ALTINTAŞ, Mehmet KAYA*, Gonca OKTAY KOÇOĞLU, Fatih Ozan KAHVECİ, Mehmet ALPUA, Emine KARAGÖZ, Canan KEVLEKÇİ, Cavit KART
    TAF Prev Med Bull. 2005; 4(5): 253-264
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  4. THE RATE OF FAMILY PLANNING METHODS USAGE OF 15-49 YEARS OLD WOMEN LIVING IN DUZCE PERMANENT RESIDENCES AND THE CAUSES OF PREFERING METHODS [Turkish]
    Atilla Senih MAYDA*, Tuğba ARSLAN, Hakan Bahadır BOZKURT, İlker DEDELİ, Meryem Özlem ÖZKAN
    TAF Prev Med Bull. 2005; 4(5): 265-279
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  5. Review Article

  6. ASSESSMENTS OF ACCIDENTS AT WORK AND WORKPLACE VIOLENCE IN HEALTH CARE [Turkish]
    Nuray YEŞİLDAL*
    TAF Prev Med Bull. 2005; 4(5): 280-302
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