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Rafferty, Jackie(ed.) (1995) Volume 8, No. 1. Care management, practice and IT New Technology in the Human Services, pp. 1-32.

Rafferty, Jackie(ed.) (1995) Volume 8, No. 2. Computers in social work education and training New Technology in the Human Services, pp. 1-34.

Rafferty, Jackie(ed.) (1995) Volume 8, No. 3 New Technology in the Human Services, pp. 1-32.

Exworthy, Mark (1995) Purchasing clinical audit a study in the South and West Region University of Southampton 124pp. , Southampton, GB (Institute for Health Policy Studies Occasional Papers).

Lowe, Kate and McLaughlin, Eugene (1995) Dollars and dim sum: merchandising Chinese history History Today, 45, (6), pp. 12-15.

McLaughlin, Eugene and Levi, Michael (1995) The end of public policing? Police reform and the ‘new managerialism’ In, Noakes, Lesley and Maguire, Mike (eds.) Contemporary Issues in Criminology. Cardiff, GB, Cardiff University Press

Robinson, Ray (1995) New directions in health economics University of Southampton 27pp. , Southampton, GB (Institute for Health Policy Studies Occasional Papers).

Robinson, Ray and Hayter, Philippa (1995) Why do GPs choose not to apply for fundholding? University of Southampton 65pp. , Southampton, GB (Institute for Health Policy Studies Occasional Papers).

Toward, Sue (1995) The impact of European integration on the National Health Service and on health policy University of Southampton 98pp. , Southampton, GB (Institute for Health Policy Studies Occasional Papers).

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