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Family Medicine pp 1245-1251 | Cite as

Community Resources

  • Alexander J. Jacklin

Abstract

Preventive medicine concerns the study of health and the prevention of disease. The discipline defines health needs and problems on a large scale and seeks answers applicable to all levels of care. The study model usually employed is the community and the family is considered the basic unit. The community, as government or voluntary agencies, provides funding and services or programs.

Keywords

Social Security Family Planning Service Food Stamp Medicaid Program Supplemental Security Income 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1978

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  • Alexander J. Jacklin

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