Research Publications for John F (John F) Smith

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  • Smith, J. F. (1999). [Review of Doctors for democracy: health professional in the Nepal revolution by Adams, Vincanne]. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 1(2), 163-165.

  • Hussain, T. M., Dharmalingam, A., & Smith, J. F. (1999). The impact of women's education and physical autonomy on the use of child health services in Bangladesh. Development Bulletin, 47(January), 74-75.

  • Smith, J. F. (1998). Health promotion into the 21st century: challenges to partnerships for health for all. In 4th Asia Pacific Social Science and Medicine Conference. Conference held at Yogyakarta.

  • Hussain, T. M., & Smith, J. F. (1998). [Review of The politics of essential drugs: the makings of a successful health strategy: lessons from Bangladesh by Chowdhury, Zafrullah]. Contemporary South Asia, 7(3), 339-387.

  • Hussain, T. M., Dharmalingam, A., & Smith, J. F. (1998). How women's education and autonomy affect their use of maternal health services in Bangladesh. Safe Motherhood, 26(2), 10-11.

  • Hussain, T. M., Dharmalingam, A., & Smith, J. F. (1998). Factors affecting the use of ORS and medical services for sick children in Bangladesh. AHADEG Australian Health and Development Group, 58, 6 pages.

  • Hussain, T. M., & Smith, J. F. (1997). Socio-economic factors and women's mobility in rural Bangladesh. Bridges: Newsletter of the Society for International Development, 5-6, 13.

  • Dharmalingam, A., Hussain, T. K., & Smith, J. (1997). Utilisation of reproductive health services in Bangladesh: the role of women’s education. In 23rd International Union for the Scientific Study of Population. Conference held at Beijing.

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